Ladies went further than piercing ears. Today, the service of inking tattoos behind ears becomes more and more popular among girls. The advantages of this image are obvious.
First, it is a small size. Pictures on ears are always very compact and are not visible at first sight, which doesn’t attract unnecessary attention and doesn’t interfere with the work. Moreover, they can be easily hidden behind hair, if it is necessary. It makes such a decoration quite practical. We should admit that it’s an excellent solution for those who either hesitate to publicly show their tattoos or don’t want to show them to everyone for another reason.
Second, it’s eccentric. Such a trend has occurred relatively recently, and tattoos behind ears are still considered to be eccentric and unusual. Third, there is the freedom of choice. Despite the fact that images behind ears should be small, girls often ink traditional pictures that are tattooed on other parts of the body. These can be pretty standard female sketches, such as: butterflies, stars, various flowers, notes and so on.
The area behind ears is perfect for hieroglyphs. Such a tattoo can be very small, even microscopic, but have a deep meaning at the same time. Occasionally, you can see small inscriptions in this area, for example, names of relatives with hearts or clouds.
Extremely beautiful 3D tattoos are worth mentioning. The image of a spider is a vivid example of such tattoos. Such a rather extreme and extraordinary solution is more suitable for a guy than for a girl, but it looks really cool. If a pattern is tattooed behind the ear, it is recommended to make it semicircular. This technique emphasizes the shape of the back surface of the auricle and creates symmetry. Well, let’s sum up a little.
The only thing we have to add is that inking a tattoo behind the ear is a rather painful process. And it will be hard for many girls to tolerate the pain. But art demands sacrifices, and you have to tolerate pain for the sake of beautiful tattoos. Do you agree? Comment!
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