Cute girly tattoo ideas

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Cute girly tattoo ideas
Make your tattoo as girlie as you are. (beauty and tatoo image by AgencySunrise from Fotolia.com)

Whether it's your first tattoo or your 10th, each one should fit your personality. Many girls and young women are not comfortable getting the same type of tattoo that their boyfriends or brothers have. These girls want a tattoo that's fun, flirty and girlie. Cute design ideas are more likely to come from a colouring book than from a tattoo design flash wall.

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Skulls

Skulls have been popular as tattoo icons for decades but you can give a skull a modern and feminine twist. Take the classic skull and crossbones and add a bow in its "hair," colour it pink or lavender or give it jewellery.

Stuffed Animals

Take a twist on the animal tattoo and get one of your favourite stuffed animal. Don't stop at a teddy bear. Go for a more meaningful memory of your childhood. Did you fall asleep every night with a sock monkey? Were you attached to a dog from "101 Dalmatians"? Was a Care Bear a part of your family? Add these cute childhood icons to your tattoo list.

Snacks

Sweet and sugary snacks are popular, and not just after meals. Try a cute and girlie snack for your next tattoo. Cupcakes with pink frosting, Popsicles, slices of cake and bubblegum in wrappers are all fun ways to tell the world just how sweet you are.

Cartoons

Bring some retro style to your next tattoo while still staying girlie. Classic cartoon designs are always good for tat inspiration. Care Bears, Smurfs, Schoolhouse Rock, Sesame Street and Disney all have lots of characters for choosing. Make it your own by having a Smurf on a skateboard or Strawberry Shortcake with a pierced eyebrow.

Bracelet

Make delicate permanent jewellery with your next tattoo. Use lacy leaves, swirls or Celtic knots to make a bracelet around your wrist or ankle. The key to this piece is to make it very delicate and feminine, with very thin lines, so that it looks like real jewellery.

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