There’s always been a discussion as to whether or not finger tattoos are a good idea. Why you ask? Finger tattoos are known to blur rather quickly when compared to other tattoos. But don’t worry they’re not going to rub off anytime soon. Your finger tattoo will still be there forever it just might start to lose its crispness before say a tattoo on your wrist or arm. But that hasn’t stopped 10’s of thousands, perhaps even 100’s of thousands of people from getting finger tattoos already so if they seem like something you can’t live without and you don’t mind if they look a little less than focused 20 years down the road, we’ve got some pretty sweet examples picked out for you today to hopefully help you narrow down a design choice. Enjoy!
These dotwork designs.
These cool creations.
Featuring a brain, eagle head, eagle claw, and moth, these four finger tattoos would look great on either a male or female hand. (Photo: Sanghyuk Ko)
These dotwork designs.
Many finger tattoos are influenced by traditional mehndi designs as they tend to focus primarily on the fingers and hands. Mehndi, also referred to as Henna, is a paste like substance used by certain cultures to decorate their hands for festive occasions such as weddings, or traditional ceremonies. (Photo: Helsinki)
These minimalistic dots and lines.
It’s amazing how such a simple design can be so elegant and alluring. These designs probably took a whole 10 minutes to do. (Photo: East Iz)
This watercolor cat.
South Korean tattoo artist IDA always manages to create the most amazing watercolor tattoo designs. From tiny cat’s on fingers to large feathers and koi fish, IDA’s creations are always tasteful and unique. (Photo: IDA)
This purple gem.
“This was hard,” said tattoo artist Helena Darling about this particular finger tattoo design. Well, it looks pretty good so the hard work definitely paid off. (Photo: Helena Darling)
This wicked skull.
This black and grey ink skull looks a lot like a Mexican sugar skull. (Photo: Richie Nigro)
These cool lines.
Linear finger tats always look so interesting. These four diagonal lines all run parallel to each other creating a unique a single continuous line when the fingers are bunched into a fist. (Photo: Andrew Novitskiy)
This tiny colorful heart.
Cute. (Photo: Yammy)
This white and black ink rose.
Here we have a tiny black and white ink finger tattoo placed right where a wedding band would go. (Photo: Richie Nigro)