7 Discreet Tattoo Ideas You Can Easily Cover Up

Low-key lang.
by Isabel Salvosa   |  Apr 9, 2020
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Looking forward to getting your first tat? Consider getting a small, discreet tattoo first! It's low-key, so you won't really regret getting it. Should you also decide to join the corporate workforce in the future, it’s going to be easier to hide these. 

Below, check out these discreet tattoo placements for inspo!

On a finger

A strategically worn ring can instantly hide a finger tat.

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On your palm

Be warned, though: the palm is one of the most sensitive parts of the body, so this one’s gonna sting.

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Behind the ear

Rapunzel, Rapunzel, let down your hair (to hide your ink)! 

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On your ribcage

You can show this one off the next time you hit the beach with your barkada.

On your hip

Another tat for the beach! This goes perfectly with a high-cut bathing suit. 

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On your ankle

Going somewhere with the fam? Wear your sneakers with a pair of crew socks, and you’re good to go. 

Near the collarbone

If you need to hide the ink on your clavicle, just wear a top with sleeves or throw on a cardigan.

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