We're loving Mandala Tattoos | High Quality Tattoo Needles
Tattoo trends come and go, but a trend that we love, and that definitely seems to be here to stay, is Mandala tattoos. They're versatile, eye-catching, and they look so uniform with their perfect symmetry, and although they've been around for a while, they certainly seem like they're here to stay! They seem to have become a lot more prevalent over the past few years and we can't get enough of them. Mandalas are spiritual figures that represent the universe in Hindu and Buddhist symbolism, and they're also a beautiful metaphysical representation of the cosmos, so it’s not surprising that given its spiritual meaning and aesthetically pleasing symmetrical qualities it’s became a really popular subject for tattooing in recent years.
There are endless possibilities with Mandala designs, (like with a kaleidoscope or snowflake given their unique qualities), so it’s great to see all of the different variations of Mandalas that tattoo artists produce. No matter what style you're into, a Mandala can be represented in many ways, with old school artists and blackwork artists alike creating some beautiful designs. We're sure you’ll appreciate the beauty and splendour of these mandala tattoos! Check them out.
Incredible traditional mandala done by Phillip Wells
A gorgeous detailed hand mandala done by James Waters.
Antoher stunning hand mandala tattoo done by Holmes Tattooer. We love the muted colours in this.
A blackwork dagger mandala with a really cool cube pattern inside. The geometric tattoo artists's dream.
A stunning old school mandala with traditional rose leaves. We love it.
Mandalas don't always have to be round in shape, there are plenty of other styles out there, including this long style mandala which is intricate and detailed.
If you're looking to create some stunning mandala tattoos no matter what style you do them in, make sure you head over to our website where we stock high quality tattoo needles online, including the MTS Standard range, and Supremacy Tattoo Needles.
- Antonia McLoughlin