It's hard to believe tattoos were once considered taboo when practically everyone has one (or many) these days.
In fact, it's probably less common not to have a tattoo than it is to have one — which sort of undermines the whole purpose of getting inked.
Body art, traditionally, is used as a form of self-expression; a way to distinguish yourself from everyone else. But if everyone has the same (or similar) tattoos, the whole purpose becomes muddled.
Fortunately, the world of body art has evolved in recent years. Though traditional designs are still popular, people are seeking out everything from tiny tattoos to intricate custom pieces designed by artists as a way to make their ink unique.
My personal favorite style? Watercolor tattoos. Inspired by watercolor paintings, this colorful body art is definitely a statement, but at the same time, delicate, fresh and original.
Get some inspiration below.