This floral ankle piece.
What’s more fascinating, the shoes or the tattoo? (Photo: Fatih Odabas)
This floral bracelet.
Here we have a floral armband executed with only the most delicate of lines. Sometimes less truly is more. (Photo: Frauke Katze)
This dot and linework peony.
Peonies are perhaps even more popular than roses these days. Well, for the time being that is. (Photo: Tritoan Ly)
This Mexican painter.
By far the most commonly tattooed painter, or artist for that matter, Frida Kahlo seems to manifest herself into a new tattoo design on an hourly basis. She’s pictured here with her signature bold eyebrows and ever-present floral crown. (Photo: Felipe Mello)
This watercolor ribbon around thigh.
Here’s something new and unique you don’t see every day. Still puffy-fresh, this watercolor ribbon appears as if it wraps around the entire thigh, tied with a bow. (Photo: There Tattoo)
This cherry blossom.
This cherry blossom tattoo was created using only pink ink. The way the artist incorporates negative space into the design makes this girly foral tattoo one of our favorites. (Photo: Effervescent)
These three cats.
Even non-cat people can appreciate these tiny kitties. (Photo: Hongdam)
This watercolor owl.
This cosmic creation features everything you might see during a night under the stars. (Photo: Junior Lopes)
This koi with subtle floral accents.
Delicate barely-there flora frame this beautiful koi fish. (Photo: Nando)
This cosmic constellation.
If there is a cuter or more endearing constellation tattoo we have yet to see it. Banul is definitely one the most talented tattoo artists out there that caters almost exclusively to women. (Photo: Banul)