40 Tiny Finger Tattoos That Define Perfection

Finger art that's forever.

Raise your hand if you’ve ever had a strong desire to make one of those tiny finger tattoos you saw on Instagram your own. Same. It seems like no matter where you look these days, someone is dangling an adorable finger tattoo in front of your face. Although finger tattoos may initially appear super visible, in practice they’re much more discreet than most would assume. And since the negative stigma once associated with tattoos is becoming more diluted by the hour, there’s really nothing to worry about.

Below, is our latest collection of over-the-top amazing and subtly scintillating finger tattoos that we’ve collected over the past few months. Whether you’re “just looking” or in the market for one of your own, this list has something for everyone. Enjoy, and as always, don’t forget to save and share your favorites!

Finger tattoos, YAY!

This infinity symbol.

by Banul

(Photo: Banul)

Kind of fitting right? Seeing as though your new design will most likely be with you for the rest of your life. Infinity symbols have always been a popular finger tattoo. And colorful gradients give this design a unique feel that makes it quite memorable.

This collection.

by Mr. K

(Photo: Mr. K)

It’s a well-known fact that tattoos are addictive. One tattoo ultimately turns into two, and before you know it the circus is texting you trying to recruit you as their new “tattooed woman.” But the good thing about finger tattoos is that they’re relatively small, which leaves you plenty of room for multiple designs.

This arrow.

by Recycle

(Photo: Recycle)

It’s a little early to say it but I’m going to say it anyways. This is my favorite design on the list. It’s so simple in its nature, yet so chic that it instantly demands your attention. The placement on the middle finger gives it a touch of symmetry which is quite satisfying.

This snake.

by Bryan Gutierrez

(Photo: Bryan Gutierrez)

Okay, THIS is my favorite design on the list. I know a list is worthy of publishing when I’m surprised and impressed by each and every design as I scroll back through the list. This simple snake wrapped around this young lady’s index finger is the envy of every Instagram influencer.

This sewing needle.

by Winterstone

(Photo: Winterstone)

A sewing needle is probably the last thing you’d ever expect to see tattooed across someone’s fingers. But in my opinion, that’s what makes it so special. Unique and interesting designs are almost always more appealing than their more commonly inked counterparts.

Word harder.

by UNO

(Photo: UNO)

Let’s get real, we could all use a little more inspiration to work a little harder from time to time. Unless you’re my mom, then seriously, sit down and relax for a second! Some people are born with harder work ethics than others. “It’s hereditary!” What’s your excuse?

This white ink moon.

by Playground

(Photo: Playground)

Tattoos this small are subtle and almost like having no tattoo at all. Which is why they are so appealing to first time inkers who aren’t one hundred percent sure about the whole concept of having something forever. Oh, and white ink tattoos look absolutely divine under UV lighting. Plus!

This beadwork.

by UNO

(Photo: UNO)

Super duper tiny and oh-so-intricate, its elegant designs like these that inspire 90 percent of all the finger tattoos out there. Purely ornamental in nature, these excellent examples of beadwork open up an endless array of design possibilities for anyone who likes this particular style of design.

Yes you can.

by Flash Tattoos

(Photo: Flash Tattoos)

I’ll admit, I’m a sucker for a typewriter font, and this design is certainly no exception. But even for those who are less fond of typography, you can easily appreciate the beauty that this trio of designs offers.

These leaves.

by Lindsay April

(Photo: Lindsay April)

Lindsay April lives for this particular style of design. And as one of her biggest fans, I’m always excited to see her latest rendition. As Lindsay’s work has become more prolific among the general public, it has inspired many imitators but no one does it quite as well as Lindsay of course.