Face Tattoos

Tribal face tattoos have been around for a long time and still exist today. Face tattoos go way back before the tear drop prison tattoo. In many cultures and religions face tattoos are meaningful expressions of status and identity. In New Zealand Maori warriors used face tattoos to make themselves look fearsome to their enemies. In the Amazon face tattoos are used to identify what tribe you come from. Face tattoos are a powerful way for someone to express themselves and portray a message to the world.

Since your face is the first thing anyone sees getting a face tattoo can be a difficult decision. You wouldn’t want to get 56 stars tattooed to your face without being sure you really want them. It might be a good idea to get a temporary face tattoo to see if you’re ready.

If you are ready there are some really cool designs out there like tiger face tattoos that give you the illusion of looking like a ferocious cat. Some other cool full face tattoo designs include skull face tattoos, dragons, serpents and lizards. But not all face tats have to make you look like you’re wearing a mask. You can always get a small face tattoo on your cheek or right below your eye that’s more subtle like a butterfly, sun or star.