Superb Sagittarius Tattoos for November | Ink-Eeze Pink Glide
With Scorpio season coming to an end, it’s time for Sagittarius to take the spotlight and allow their personalities to shine through this November! Sagittarius tattoos are generally represented by an archer in the form of a centurion type figure with the torso and head of a man, and the lower body and legs of a horse.
Sagittarians are known for their positive and kind hearted nature and have a typically very straight to the point approach to things. They’re very truthful, and will always say what they mean, and mean what they say, which can be seen as positive thing in many cases, but their honesty can be quite brutal sometimes.
As suppliers of Ink-Eeze Pink Glide, we love all things tattoos, so why not check out these spectacular Sagittarius tattoos with us?
First up, an incredible old school style Sagittarius piece featuring a lady archer, surrounded by stars.
This one is insane! A beautiful watercolour star sign tattoo that is perfect for Sagittarius. The watercolour background here looks like a colourful galaxy scene, and we love it.
A really intricate sternum piece. This one is a lot more subtle with it’s fine needle lines and it’s ideal for those who aren’t looking for a big and bold tattoo. This intricate piece is less obvious.
Another lovely piece, this time featuring a floral crossbow and arrow. It’s completely girly, and is a really cute design of an item that could so easily look quite masculine.
A really cool black and grey piece featuring a Saggitarius sign. The beautiful woman archer here is really mesmerising.
Sagittarius season is almost here, and what a better way to show your love for your zodiac sign than with a star sign tattoo! The possibilities are endless, with so many styles to choose from. Don’t forget, if you’ve recently been tattooed and are looking for some new aftercare then why not give Ink-Eeze Pink Glide a try? It’s great for your skin, and smells like bubblegum. It’s a great process butter as well which can be used during the tattoo process instead of Vaseline.
Blog & image credits:
- Antonia McLoughlin