If you’re thinking about getting a bracelet tattoo then you came to the right place. You’d think these beautiful designs would be more popular than they are but surprisingly enough there just aren’t that many bracelet tattoo designs out there when compared with, well, practically every other tattoo design imaginable.
Bracelet tattoos are interesting in the way that they recreate that same look and feeling as a real bracelet. Below is a list of some of coolest bracelet tattoos in existence. Enjoy!
This rose wristband.
Minimalistic roses make up this gorgeous seamless bracelet located high on the wrist. (Photo: Joe Kintz)
This ornamental cuff.
Here we have a relatively thick cuff comprised of multiple levels or varying patterns and designs. Think geometric meets hybrid tribal. (Photo: Antoine Gaumont)
This botanical bracelet.
The three most common types of bracelet tattoos tend to be floral/botanical works, simple line creations, and complex ornamental designs. This botanical bracelet tattoo features small flowers and leaves on a single vine that winds around the wrist. (Photo: Ilwol)
These delicate strands.
As expected from Dr. Woo, this bracelet features some of the most delicate lines on the list. (Photo: Dr. Woo)
These three bands.
This dotwork band.
How cool is this. A gradient dotwork band transitions from solid black to light dotwork. (Photo: Oleg Rudenko)
This mandala band.
This forearm piece features half a mandala flower and some pretty cool dangling charms. (Photo: Rick)
Here we have a few colorful tulips done in Sasha’s signature color block style. (Photo: Sasha Unisex)
This beaded bracelet.
Here we have two bands and what looks like a tiny hamsa hand charm. (Photo: Academy Tattoo)
This single string.
One of our favorite designs on the list, this single string tied into an adorable little bowtie. (Photo: Sharnie Pilar)
These blackwork bands.
Three heavy blackwork bands and one sea green band decorate this lucky guys wrist. (Photo: Lera Breger)
This colorful creation.
Here we have a reoccurring pattern of blue, red, yellow, black, and white bands. (Photo: Silo)