Back Of Neck Tattoos And Choosing The Right Design

Back of neck tattoos have been very popular with tattoo enthusiasts for ages, because it is such an eye-catching spot to be noticed by people. Besides, they can be easily concealed by choosing the right spots to ink on and by wearing the right kind of collar clothings. What more, back of neck tattoos are usually small in size and hence also result in low costs of getting it inked.

When choosing your back of neck tattoo designs, it is imperative to bear in mind that this is one location that do not suit large pieces of artwork, but instead ideal for simple yet intricate ones, regardless of both men and women.

Since this is one great place for you to assert your individuality, it is important you think of what you want to be represented by when deciding on the type of design for your back of neck tattoo. Here are some ideas for you to ponder over.

Chinese Characters

Chinese characters have often been associated with philosophy and depth. You may have a one word character like ‘strength’ or ‘fortitude’ (in Chinese!), or have 4 words forming a Chinese idiom that represents your beliefs and values. You could even have your name translated into Chinese.

Celtic Tattoos

Pretty self explanatory, Celtic tattoo designs are highly popular due to the rich heritage (the early Celts displayed their skills in unconventional places like metals, jewelries, and weapons by using unique color, complicated knots, interlacing patterns and other symbols), besides they look impressive and are often small enough for ink on various places.

Butterfly And Angel Tattoos

Butterflies and angel tattoos are two very popular choices among females because they tend to be more feminine and can be inked to reveal their effeminate side.

Musical Note

Not common, the musical note is a very special symbol to those who have a true passion for music, and for a tattoo, it sure looks small yet good.

Hopefully, this article has given you an idea or two. This is of course not a complete list and there are plenty of impressive looking designs that could very well suit the eyeball-grabbing tattoo you are going to put at the back of your neck.



Source by Jake Soo