40+ Wonderful Star Tattoo Ideas To Die For!

By Jason Hamilton / July 8, 2019
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Star tattoos are always lovely, not to mention, unique. It shows off who you really are, not to mention what your convictions might be. It looks cool on every part of the body. In fact, getting a star tattoo is recommended for those who want to get a tattoo for the first time, since stars are small and don’t have to look too intricate. Plenty of star designs also carry an attractive look and could carry a deeper meaning in a person’s life. A star tattoo design can be both intricate and simple, depending on the person.

In this article, we will be looking at our richly curated gallery of star tattoo designs to start up your interest on them. We will also be sharing with you the various designs you can do with this tattoo.

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Why Get A Star Tattoo?

The star is a classic cryptogram – Dating back to ancient times. It has played many key roles in plenty of religions and cultures. Even before the ancient astronomers knew what a star was and what it consisted of, they were still loved by all. Humans have always looked up in the heavens, in order to attempt to explain what stars are to their peers, by creating mythical stories about their origins.

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Stars can be used for anything. It is not limited to a specific culture or religion. It can also signify many things to plenty of people. Women and men alike could get couple star tattoos. When it comes to a star tattoo design, females prefer shooting stars, since they convey a feminine touch to them. Meanwhile, guys enjoy getting nautical stars because of its association with sea travel. The star tattoo could either be drawn as a single star, a group of stars, or even with a moon accompanying it.

A star tattoo can be highly flexible. Tattoo artists can combine it together with either the moon, the sun, a planet, fairies, skulls, wings, or butterflies. Any picture or symbol works well together with a star, so people tend to choose star designs for the purpose of giving their new ink a personal touch.

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The Designs You Can Do With A Star Tattoo

Because the star is a very simple shape, a lot (and we mean A LOT) of tattoo styles can be used for the star tattoo. If you want something artsy? Boom! Watercolor tattoo designs! Want something common? Neotraditional tattoo designs! Want to be more unique? Bam! Geometric tattoo design!

Here are just some of the designs we can think of that will really interest you:

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The Watercolor Tattoo

Over the last decade, the explosion of various tattoo ink colors resulted in an idea that is then considered bold and inconceivable by old tattoo artists and enthusiasts: Watercolor tattoos. Everyone thought that mimicking modern art on the skin will never be possible until the first batch of watercolor tattoos sprung up in the latter half of the 2000s. These tattoos were considered out of this world because of its richness in color that was never before seen in the industry. Soon, the design caught on and it is now a trend for both tattoo artists and enthusiasts.

Watercolor Tattoo Without A Black Base

A watercolor tattoo without a black base means that the tattoo design has no dark line work that is commonly used on other colored tattoo designs. This lack of an apparent framework is what gives watercolor tattoos its distinct look. Having no black base can make tattoo designs look like the colors are melting into other colors also used in the design. It can also make it look like the design melt to the skin like it is a natural part of the body and fade it at the edges-if you can find it that is.

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Watercolor Tattoo With A Black Base

The other type of watercolor tattoo is the one that has a black base. This means that some sort of line or framework to contain the tattoos structure and colors. Though this is somewhat self-explanatory, there is also a difference visually from the design mentioned above aside from the black lines.

Since the artist will be using black ink for the lines and framework of the tattoo design itself, these black lines will help the colors to pop out even more and offer a higher contrast effect that without a black base. You will see a vivid clash of color thanks in part to the black elements used in the design.

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Here are some of the best watercolor star tattoo we have seen so far:

A neck tattoo of three watercolor star tattoos.

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A pink and blue watercolor tattoo of a star and flock of birds.

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A very colorful watercolor tattoo.

A watercolor leg tattoo of the universe in a star.

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A green and blue watercolor star tattoo.

A small and simple blue watercolor star tattoo.

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A green, purple, red, and blue watercolor star tattoo on the leg.

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A leg watercolor tattoo of stars.

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A predominantly blue watercolor star tattoo.

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a blue and green sleeve watercolor star tattoo.

A watercolor star tattoo of the universe.

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A pink and blue watercolor star tattoo.

A vibrantly colored watercolor star tattoo.

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A wrist tattoo of three stars with watercolor tattoo detailing.

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The Geometric Tattoo

As the days go by and tattoo designs come and go, a lot of the designs that come out in recent years continues to challenge tattoo artists and tattoo enthusiasts alike. One of the most challenging to be released in the past few years was geometric tattoo designs. Everyone in the body art industry and the tattoo community are raving about geometric tattoo designs for quite some time now and for sure you would like to ask us if it’s worth the rave reviews and comments it is having now. Well, it is for you to decide but worry not as we will help you figure out if it is really worth it.

Since its introduction in the body art industry a few years ago, a lot of designs were made that can be classified under the geometric tattoo design category. Most of these designs are modern and artsy and here are some of the designs which feature geometric themes:

A wrist tattoo of a geometric star.

A three-dimensional geometric tattoo of a star inked on the chest.

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A large hip tattoo of a star in geometric detailing.

A fairly simple geometric tattoo of an eight-pointed star.

A full sleeve tattoo of a star in geometric detailing.

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A highly detailed and intricate chest tattoo of a six-pointed star.

A cute ankle tattoo of a geometrically detailed star.

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A geometric star tattoo on the forearm with black watercolor splat details.

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A highly detailed twelve-pointed star tattoo in geometric detail.

A three-dimensional geometric star tattoo on the forearm.

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A highly detailed and intricately made geometric star tattoo on the forearm.

A large highly detailed and intricately designed geometric star tattoo.

A cute matching couple tattoo of an eight-pointed star on the forearm with geometric detail.

A highly detailed and intricate geometric star tattoo on the forearm.

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The Neotraditional Tattoo

Something that is old and irrelevant cannot be modernized right? Wrong! Old designs can still come to life because of artists and enthusiasts that gives out passionate efforts to modernize things that are considered old. Look at vintage cars and objects for example, yes they are old but they can be considered “rad” or cool when given proper care. This is also the same case with tattoo designs that are considered classics. Most millennials would think that having classic tattoo designs makes them feel old. This is the reason why neo-traditional tattoo designs were born. Artists and enthusiasts alike would like to revitalize the classic designs so that they will still have a foothold in an industry that is completely changing with the times. They want these classic designs to also change with the times and have a new face, a new breath of life, a new demographic. These neo-traditional tattoos hope to be the successor of the big classic designs of the old days and bring a new era to the said classic designs.

Here are some of the best neotraditional star tattoo we have seen:

A large three-star cracked skin chest tattoo of three stars.

A ribcage tattoo of three highly detailed stars in a vertical formation.

A highly detailed and intricate red and white star tattoo on the forearm.

A highly detailed and intricately designed shoulder tattoo of two overlapping five-pointed stars.

A highly detailed and intricately made small ankle tattoo of a five-pointed star.

A small neotraditional star tattoo on the ankle with a rose inside.

A blue, green, and red small stars tattoo on the upper sleeve.

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A highly detailed red and black three-star tattoo on the leg.

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A small leg tattoo of a purple and black star with flowers and leaves.

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A tattoo of a blue and black, purple and black, and red and black stars on the leg or forearm.

A neotraditional blue, white and red star tattoo.

An intricate three-star tattoo on the forearm.

A three-star black and white star tattoo on the leg.

A highly detailed red and black stars tattoo on the forearm.

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Jason Hamilton

Jason has been an avid fan of tattoos for over 13 years now. He is currently 35 years old, and he got his first tattoo at the age of 22. Since then, he has added over 20 tattoos to his collection. He is also into writing, which is why he decided to celebrate both of his passion and hobby through tats ‘n’ rings. Jason dreams of having his very own tattoo parlor soon. Jason would be very happy to answer any questions about tattoos that you may have! Leave a comment below and he’ll answer it for you right away!

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