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Tribal Sun Tattoos

The sun is a powerful symbol. People have always (literally) looked up to and worshipped that mysterious glowing sphere, that's why it appears in so many legends. The sun is associated with life and fertility.

 Tribal Heart Tattoos

I don't have to tell you that the heart is the symbol of love. Tribal heart tattoos are usually worn by girls and women.

Tribal Tiger Tattoos

The tiger is a very powerful symbol and appears a lot in Asian tattoo genres. It is a symbol for power, beauty and cruelty.

Feminine Tribal Tattoos

Generally speaking, tribal tattoos have a masculine energy about them, given their bold, thick lines. At the same time, they are versatile and they tend to look very good on women as well. Maybe it's the appeal of the contrast.

More feminine tribals have the same recognizable patterns, but they tend to be smaller and more self contained. A good example might be the tribal butterfly tattoo, a popular choice for an ankle or shoulder tattoo. A larger version of the tribal butterfly can also look good on the lower back. Tribal rose tattoos are also popular in many of the same locations.

Tribal Armband Tattoos

Armband tattoos are designs that usually wrap around the wrist or biceps. The tribal version is often black and has the usual tribal patterns, sometimes encircling a symbol like a cross or yin yang sign.

Tribal Cross Tattoos

The cross is a very old symbol and appears in many religions around the world. A cross is a good symbol to express one's spirituality or religion and it lends itself well to a tribal adaptation

Tribal Lion Tattoos

The lion is the king of all animals, a religious symbol and the embodiment of pure power, so it's not hard to where the attraction of lion tattoos comes from. A tribal lion tattoo usually pictures the head only.

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