When it comes to choosing a tattoo, a lot of different factors are involved. One of the most important ones is the location of the tattoo. This is very important as it will determine whether the tattoo will be visible by others. An individual has to choose whether they want to be public or discreet with their ink work.
One of the most public areas on the body that you can place a tattoo is on the fingers. There’s no hiding your ink once you put it on your hands. This is why finger and hand tattoos aren’t as common as they’re deemed as unprofessional, especially in the corporate world.
However, people who do get tattoos on their fingers end up with very cool and intricate looking artwork. Check out some finger tattoos below that might change your opinion on them.
#1. A little low rider design that comes together when both thumbs are put together.
#2. A black and grey Mexican sugar skull on the bottom of the middle finger.
#3. Beautiful and intricate dot work made to look like jewelry hanging on the fingers.
#4. A highly detailed geometric design comprised of dotting on each thumb.
#5. A tasteful botanical ring outline wrapping around the middle finger.
This one is definitely one of our favorites.
#6. A seductive lip print of red lipstick peeping out on the side of the index finger.
#7. The word “bookworm” spelled out on each knuckle vertically.
Letters have always been popular for finger tattoos as they’re the perfect size for each finger.
#8. A large purple gemstone placed on the ring finger.
No diamond is going to be bigger than this one!
#9. A design similar to a mandala featuring a thick black band in between as a break.
#10. Super minimalistic dots and lines yet so elegant and alluring at the same time.
#11. A rad portrait of a tiger’s head covering the knuckle on the index finger.
Any member of the animal kingdom looks good on the fingers!
#12. A unique black and grey shark tooth.
Did you know sharks typically lose at least one tooth per week?
#13. Very simple yet interesting diagonal lines running parallel with each other on each finger.
#14. A unique watercolor spin on a typical cat tattoo using various shades of the color blue.
#15. Two halves of a moon on two different fingers that are full when placed a certain way together.
#16. A creative fish on one finger getting hooked by a fishing rod on another finger.
#17. Finger tattoos taken to a new level with this amazing assortment of dots, a feather, a tree, a rose, a spider, a skull, a moon, and a triangle.
#18. A neo-traditional style dagger that looks like it’s being pierced into the knuckle.
#19. A design influenced by traditional mehndi, also referred to as Henna (which is used by certain cultures to decorate hands for special occasions).
#20. A graceful floral design sprouting out of the nail accompanied by a single solid line on the lower half of the finger.