Tattoos are a
very personal statement and for the modern woman (and absolute girl bosses) they can be a beautiful symbol of strength, power and femininity all in one. These strength tattoo designs combine a little bit of everything you need to show your style, your power and your own style.
We have various tattoo designs that constantly remind us of growth, persistence, and courage. These inks will undoubtedly remind you that you can handle everything life throws at you.
And throwing it right back.
If you want something
really unique, check out our custom tattoo design service. We’ll help you bring your own unique look to life (anywhere in the world). We’re starting this collection off strong with a strength tarot card from the major arcana (there are a lot more Tarot tattoo designs where that came from). This tattoo shows that you’re perfectly capable of remaining strong and calm even in times of struggle. We’ve got another variation of the strength card. This time it focuses on the image of a girl who looks feminine and fierce. This tattoo seems like a much more modern version of the strength card. I especially love the colors that make this seem so earthy and approachable. Here’s a more straightforward strength tattoo that doesn’t require a symbol. This one’s perfect for those who carry this mantra in their lives. If you prefer symbols, you can opt for the Celtic symbol for strength and unconditional love. This is a symbol that you can place anywhere on your body. We’ve got a very feminine and dainty design with this famous thin script of the word strength. I love the feminine touch brought by the flowers. I love this magical strength card. I love how this shows how strength sometimes means befriending and welcoming might and courage into your life. This strength card design symbolizes Medusa who was been quite the strong woman icon lately especially given her history of staying strong regardless of whatever punishments came her way. This is a larger and more straightforward version of the tattoo we’ve seen earlier. This puts a lot of focus on strength as a theme. We’ve got yet another strength tarot card. The hand element is great for when you have more space to work with. This tattoo is honestly such a throwback. It reminds me of the really famous designs back in the day. I do like how the message of the tattoo shows how strength can propel you forward. You could also take this style horizontally and create a feminine bracelet tattoo with the same look. This design looks absolutely dreamy. This look better follows the traditional tarot card. What I like most are the celestial details in the back. This still looks like a strength tarot to me but without the card border. I really love the softness that the flowers give off. If you’re religious and you believe in how God can give you strength, this cross-design is the perfect choice for you. I really like the feminine cross tattoo look. What I really like about this tattoo is the really cool lettering. It doesn’t stick to your standard written text, which adds more character to the look. We’ve got another strength tarot card which shows a beautiful lady controlling the lion and carrying the force of the universe with her. Here’s a really lovely tattoo design that prompts you to have strength and faith and carry on! This tattoo is a lot simpler as it’s light and doesn’t have a lot of shading. It’s also got a nice little strength reminder tied in at the side. This tattoo is honestly so charming. I really love the cute colors that make the hearts look so lively. We’ve got a grander tarot card in the mix. I really love how this gives off more of a regal vibe because of the additional flowers and perched bird design on top. Even the gentlest designs can carry such strength and tenacity. Here’s a two-tone watercolor strength design that’ll surely attract some looks. This one doesn’t necessarily have strength written on it, but it’s got a gentle reminder to be strong by continuing to rise each day. Here’s another borderless design. I love how this one’s more of a period piece. It’s got such lovely details! I’d love to get this design tattooed on me. If you prefer a long tattoo with a minimalistic flower design, then this scrip strength one should do. I truly love the still I rise phrase. I also love the placement of this design as I find that the thin yet long design accentuates the collarbone well. If you like this look, you might try similar styles of a feminine flower shoulder tattoo. Here’s another beautiful floral design that reminds us that strength can be found in places you least expect it. We’ve got a tattoo with a connected heart and heartbeat elements. I love the thickness of the design as it really gives off an edgier look. This is by far my favorite strength word tattoo as it’s really short yet elegant. I like that the flower detailing isn’t too big or too small. If you’re feeling something more fun and youthful, we’ve got a strength tattoo with a blend of multiple colors. Here’s a longer tattoo that could perfectly fit someone’s life motto. I especially love the vibrant colors coming from the flowers since it adds more life to the look. This one’s a simpler strength tattoo. I really like there aren’t too many complex curves which allows all the designs to be seen clearly. I love the details on the feather. Even if it’s a heavily shaded tattoo, you can still see how intricately made the design is. We’re featuring a tattoo with a small tiny friend! It’s really cool how people can find strength in the most random things. We’ve got a design that’s got some geometric designs to it. I really love how the tiny dots completely changed the look of this tattoo. Here’s a quirky cacti tattoo. I like how these tiny spiky plants were placed on top of the strong word. Just like the strength tarot card, we can all have our own interpretations of strength. This design reminds me so much of a mandala. I really like the soft shadows in the look along with the beautiful strength word at the bottom. We’ve got another strength tarot, but this time we’ve got a female embracing all the courageous and bold parts of her. I especially love the highlight effect in the middle that brings focus to this image. Here’s another connected flower design. The yellow flower really stands out as it brings color and vibrance to the simple look. We’ve got an infinity tattoo mixed with some birds. I especially love the red dotted lining, which shows a neverending movement forward. This tattoo is a reminder that you don’t have to get specific strength symbols, you can simply put your desired tattoo design on areas of your body that remind you of the times you’ve been strong. We’ve got this beautiful crane tattoo with a very prominent red circle design. The crane symbol is so meaningful because it’s a reminder always to persevere. This beautiful tattoo gives off that feeling of how you should accept your emotions and vulnerabilities in order to be strong. We’ve got another beautiful flower tattoo. I love how clean this was made, especially since there aren’t any unneeded elements in the mix. Everything just flows nicely. We’ve got this vibrant multi-colored elephant that’s breaking away from its shackles. I really love how one step forward already brings it so much to life. This is definitely my favorite strength tarot design. I absolutely love the red coloring with the design looking very detailed and sophisticated. This one’s really straightforward. This tattoo is a great everyday reminder to be strong. It’s got the perfect placement so you can simply look at your hand and enforce the strength within you. We’ve got another delicate infinity design. I really like the small details on this tattoo. My favorite has to be the tiny birds that show how strength can bring freedom. We’re ending this collection with this beautiful flying bird that reminds us that whenever we’re at our lowest, we simply have to rise. Where Should You Get a Female Strength Tattoo? Ribcage Neck Top thigh
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