Matching his and hers tattoos are a fabulous way express loyalty and love for one another. Going through tattoo designs and catalogues is always worth the time and effort, especially if you are getting it with someone, you love. Some couples get infinity symbols or each other’s names tattooed while others even get wedding ring designs inked to their fingers. Therefore, you want to make sure your design is unique because you do not want to end up with the same wedding ring design as the next random person you see.
Something trending these days is getting identical tattoos with your partner. So what special symbol is unique and meaningful to you and your partner or kin? What message do you want to get across? If your mind is going blank right about now, not to worry!
Something in common – do you have shared cultural or religious symbol? A favorite team, poem, or verse? These can be good-paired tattoos.
Half of something – many couples or friends likes to get tattoos that come together like puzzle pieces when they are together. Like each person gets half a butterfly or half a heart. You can do this to say, “We make more sense when we’re together” or “we are meaningless without each other”.
A zodiac sign or astrology symbol – zodiac signs are a big hit for twins or people who share the same birth month.
Foreign script or symbols – Chinese or Japanese or Sanskrit or other foreign characters can bear significant meanings and offer unique designs.
Think to considers
Making rash decisions on designs when you are under the influence or emotionally unwell can lead to very ugly body art and very regretful people. If you do not want to see an eye sore every time you look at yourself, follow these tips:
Think about how the design will look on both of you – if you are getting identical tattoos with someone choose common symbols. While a little rose on your thigh may look sexy, the same on your boyfriend or husband’s hairy legs may look like a pitiful strangled flower!
Choose the right spot – if you are getting a tattoo for show, obviously choose a spot that can best highlight your tattoo – hands, arms or legs are popular choices. However, if you want to be discrete, your back, upper arms or places that you can hide with the right clothes is best.
Think about the consequences – sadly, not everybody loves tattoos so I suggest you think about it, especially if it may affect your reputation or gainful employment.
Thoroughly discuss design and colors with the tattoo artist – make sure your tattoo artist can deliver the design you want. If he cannot, go to another shop or opt for a simpler one.
Avoid getting a tattoo of passing fashion trends – remember your tattoo is forever so get one that reflects you and not what society thinks looks cool at the time. Lastly do not be scared to take the risk, happy inking everybody!