If you’re on the market for a tattoo, you don’t have to go with a traditional style with thick black lines and solid blocks of colour. There are so many styles out there for you to choose from. If you want something a bit trendy and artistic, watercolour tattoos are the way to go.
With this beautiful watercolour tattoo, even the black lines have a splatter effect.
While you’ll usually see women sporting a watercolour tattoo, this guy rocks a watercolour lion like nobody’s business.
Since watches are mostly obsolete, save for smart watches, you can just use a watercolour watch tattoo instead.
This colourful blast of a tattoo says “I am everything I wanted to be.”
The splatters of watercolour paint actually make sense for this tattoo of spilled ink pots
This tattoo pairs the harsh lines of origami paper cranes with the soft color of watercolor backgrounds. It helps that the colours go outside the lines.
Why get a stereotypical flower on your shoulder? This lady changed it up by getting it as a watercolour tattoo.
This is one of the coolest tattoos on the list. The watercolours flow underneath the umbrella.
The simplistic design feels like a kid could have finger-painted this tattoo…but in a good way.
This design feels like a Japanese traditional tattoo design, but uses the modern watercolour
This snail design, which looks like something out of a really well-illustrated children’s book, is a unique tattoo you wouldn’t see on anyone else.