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32 Cool And Colorful Tattoos That Will Inspire You To Get Inked

Ink-spiration.

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1. Reveal your inner mermaid with green and teal fish scales.

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2. Get a set of blue and red notebook lines.

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Perfect for a grocery store to-do list.

3. Go graphic with red and blue swirls.

Tattoo by Amanda Wachob
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Tattoo by Amanda Wachob

4. Or splashes of primary-colored paint strokes.

Tattoo by Nelson Hardie, Hucklyberry Tattoo
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Tattoo by Nelson Hardie, Hucklyberry Tattoo

5. Add a dash of red with pop art Audrey Hepburn.

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6. Surround continents with a tie-dye ocean.

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7. Or fill in the places you've been.

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8. Add some color to your astrological sign.

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9. For those who love fall, ink an orange leaf.

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10. Show your greener side.

11. Look at those autumnal hues.

Tattoo by Leah Williams
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Tattoo by Leah Williams

12. Opt for brightly colored poppies.

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13. Or a pretty pastel rose.

14. Get an artistic water lily.

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15. Get carried away by a hot air balloon.

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16. Put your favorite shades in a mandala design.

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17. Peacock tats are perfect for a whole spectrum of jewel tones.

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18. Or go for a sketched out fox.

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19. Go even softer with bluebirds.

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20. Get a 3D effect with red and blue bird outlines.

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21. Or add a dash of color under the wings.

22. Get arty with vibrant colors and abstract shapes.

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23. Put a colorful spin on a traditional American tattoo style.

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24. Include the entire spectrum with a color wheel.

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27. Because everything needs more color.

28. Like the dreamiest ice cream cone.

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Tattooed by Beijing artist Chen Jie.

29. Or this crystiline skull.

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30. Or an epic lightbulb.

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