10 Tiny Wrist Tattoo Ideas For Your First Ink

Subtle but sweet!
by Cheska Santiago for Cosmo.ph   |  Feb 6, 2020
Image: pexels.com
Share This!

Your first ink is always the most memorable—it's basically a rite of passage! If you're not ready to go ~all out~ just yet, you may opt for a minimalist tattoo placed on your wrist. It's dainty and easy on the eyes, plus, you can hide it effortlessly if the need arises.

Ahead, we have compiled some wrist tattoo inspo for your very first ink:

Combine your love of the cosmos and the ocean with this dainty tattoo.

ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW

If you're a mental health advocate, go for a semicolon symbol.

CONTINUE READING BELOW
Featured Video

This tiny bird tattoo is so pretty!

ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW

We're obsessed with this dainty hand-poked lavender flower tattoo.

A crescent moon is a classic first ink.

ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW

Heart-shaped tattoos are overrated—go for the ~actual~ human heart.

A flowing script of your favorite word is a classic.

ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW

Carry your favorite verse with you everywhere.

Get matching ~friendship~ tattoos with your BFF!

ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW

These colored dots are subtle yet sweet.

This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Candymag.com editors.

REAX!
How do you feel about this article?
About the author
Cheska Santiago for Cosmo.ph
VIEW OTHER ARTICLES FROM Cheska
How do you feel?
Click on your mood to read related stories
The Latest
Here are seven real-world young entrepreneurs on making legit money from side hustles.
The list included 1,115 universities from 94 different countries and regions around the world.
Some of the internet's fave couples have unfortunately parted ways early on in the year.
Julia was a "very special guest" on Gerald Anderson's new YouTube video.
Yup, the episodes are inspired by real events and news reports.
The said posts contain links that, when clicked, will download malware on your device.
LOAD MORE ARTICLES
CONNECT WITH US