Bracelet tattoos are
typically small and dainty making them perfect for adding a subtle hint of femininity but we’ve really gone out of our way to find the prettiest designs we could. They have a soft and gentle touch that can be heavily personalized to suit your own style.
If you want something
really unique, check out our custom tattoo design service. We’ll help you bring your own unique look to life. We’re starting this collection with these very thin flowers and leaves. I really like how we’ve got this feathered look that elongates the hands. If you prefer something more subtle, we’ve got a flower and leaf band that doesn’t feather out too much. There are a lot more linear structures on this one, but it still results in a very soft look. This tattoo bracelet is perfect for those who love really thin waves. I love how the wave and whale designs seem as if they’re floating in thin air. Here’s a larger feminine bracelet tattoo. I really love the look of these feathered-out leaves. If you want your tattoos to be more noticeable with the details being emphasized, I’d definitely go for a larger piece like this one. This one’s another flower bracelet, but we’ve also got some additional dotted details and an initial. This is the perfect way to subtly add your or someone else’s name to your tattoo. Colored tattoos always result in such a magical and fun tattoo look. This one has all these different sea elements that make up a charming tattoo. This flower bracelet tattoo is perfect for those who love colors. The thing that really catches my eye when it comes to flowers is their vibrant colors. We’re going back to something a bit more minimalistic. I like how we’ve got these tiny curved threads that connect with each other instead of your typical wreath design. This gorgeous slither tattoo is perfect for all the femme fatale out there. It’s edgy, but it’s still got that wavy, feminine touch. This is a tattoo I can envision on all the free souls out there. I really like how the bumps create the illusion of mountains with the sun peeking through. Here’s a tattoo that really embodies the bracelet theme. It has a balanced structured geometric tattoo mixed with a curved layered bracelet design. This is a very lovely design if you want the front of your arm to be more intricate. It’s just like having a very large bracelet. Wave designs are so lovely because of how calming they are. They also work really well as bracelet tattoos since it’s a more creative way of using the design. These floral bracelets are composed of a few different flowers and some touches of color. I like how soft the shades are which creates an overall dainty look. Here’s another one of those large bracelet designs. I’d definitely go for a look like this if I don’t want my chosen design to seem out of place. Now, this one’s interesting. There’s no definite way to tell what it is exactly, but it does give off that flowy feeling of water and smoke. Here’s a traditional Korean piece called the “Norigae” which is a decorative pendant that also serves as a good-luck charm. Here’s a surefire way of permanently manifesting luck into your life! Here’s a thicker colored band. We’ve got a mixture of fruits and flowers, resulting in a festival-looking design. The colors and patterns definitely give off that joyous feeling. I really like this simple solar system tattoo. Especially as a feminine bracelet tattoo, you don’t need to go heavy on the detail. Sometimes less is more. We’ve got a mixture of geometric and minimalistic. If you’re the type to prefer very simple designs that are really well-balanced, then this tattoo is a great option for you. If you want something a bit more interesting, try out this adorable character bracelet. I love how animated each character is! It’s like a cute fantastical bracelet! This bracelet tattoo makes me feel as if I’m walking around a garden filled with butterflies! I like how airy and soft the designs are, especially since there aren’t any clear borders. This tattoo is simpler with just a line that goes all over the wrist with some leaves and flowers budding out here and there. There is beauty in simplicity. This is a design that I truly adore. I love how the branches are apart in front but lace together in the back. It gives the feeling of being together and apart at the same time. This tattoo goes hard on the contrast of very soft and edgy elements. Combining chains and flowers together results in a very balanced yet restricted look. If you’re getting a tattoo with a friend, I’d recommend these flower bracelets! Changing up the colors allows the tattoo to be a better fit for you and your personality. Here’s another two-layered bracelet design that’s got lines and curves which results in a more dynamic and balanced look. What’s great about this design is that there’s a spot to insert a name or word that you’d like to get tattooed. This bracelet tattoo scoops down which makes it take up a lot more space. It’s still pretty well-balanced as it has elements on the arc design’s top and bottom. We’ve got another flower bracelet tattoo that’s filled with color. This one’s a bit more straightforward, which is a great option if you’re trying to achieve a clean, dainty look. This tattoo design focuses on two roses shaded with a different color. I like how the roses are found on the edges of the wrist, which shows distance and connectedness all at once. White flowers are perfect for that youthful and innocent look. This one’s got soft and gentle elements that perfectly fit the theme. Here is a minimalistic wave line-art design. It’s a much gentler approach, making the waves seem calm and harmless. I find this tattoo bracelet adorable. I like how there are stars in different shapes and heights which makes this design look much more inviting. I love the look of a simple line bracelet tattoo. It looks go paired with any design, especially if you’re just starting with your first tattoo! You can choose to add more to it or around it in the future. I really love the tiny design trends filled with different colors. This pastel color palette brings about that fairytale feel. It’s a lot like some of the small unique fairy tattoos we looked at before but a more subtle variation and a hint of vivid colors. I love it. Here’s another approach to the line bracelet tattoo. We’ve got segments of color, which is perfect if you prefer a livelier look. Here’s a lovely gemstone armlet. It’s got the most beautiful and vibrant colors and the reflections seem so real. We’ve got two designs in one. In between the floral bracelet, we’ve got this constellation. It’s a great way to break up the uniform design. Here’s a bracelet tattoo that’s inspired by The Little Prince. The colors and the wondrous elements create that fantasy atmosphere. We’ve got a thorn bracelet tattoo that makes me think of strength and grit. It’s very clean and straightforward. Getting this bracelet tattoo makes me feel like having a galaxy tied around my wrist. It’s small, cute, and charming. This time we’re diving deep down under the sea. We have the shark, which is the star design, surrounded by these cute little sea elements. Here’s a blue flower bracelet design that’s got more spacing to it. This is another way to achieve a bracelet look without having all elements connected to each other. This is the perfect design to get if you’re trying to embrace your youth. I especially love how the stars and heart remind me of those iconic Silly Bandz. Here’s a gorgeous, intricate bracelet tattoo that’s got an array of different flowers. Adding in more flowers creates the look of a bouquet. I love how we’ve got two layers to the waves. One serves as the base design while the other serves more as a colored shadow. Here’s a branched-out bracelet tattoo that’s thicker. It’s perfect if you’ve got more space to work with and it doesn’t look too heavy as the elements themselves are pretty small and dainty. We’ve got another layered bracelet tattoo. I really like how they both coincide at some point which makes it a more cohesive look. What I find so beautiful about this design are the details. Since the band itself is thin, the larger details create that stable balance. We’re ending our feminine bracelet tattoo collection with this beautiful red lilypad stencil tattoo. I love how they used a very bright color for a very simple design. Where Should You Get a Feminine Bracelet Tattoo? For Women Forearm Behind your ear Bicep Hand For Men Ribcage Throat Top thigh Wrist Lower back
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