Among the most prominent geometric styles are line tattoos so we will discuss what the meaning of line tattoos is. We will also discuss parallel line tattoo meaning, armband tattoos female and forearm band tattoos for guys.
There are different reasons for which people choose tattoos like many choose fashionable tattoos. Many people get tattoos for their some good or bad experience rather than for the image.
Some still get inked by their tattoo as these tattoos represent something close to their hearts. Whatever the reason is you should at least know the general symbolic meaning behind your tattoo, even you don’t believe.
What the Meaning of Line Tattoos is?
Meaning of Line tattoos depends on different cultures although mostly considered as a beautiful ornament for the body. In other cases, they also have a personal meaning.
Japanese culture is one of the most prominent cultures, these Line tattoos were used to mark Yakuza members (mafia Japan). To get know from where the member of the criminal organization came from people notice number of lines on their arms.
Different Types of Line Tattoos
The most commonly preferred places for line tattoos are on the:-
- Upper Arm
There are many types of line tattoo designs. Among the most used are
- Two thick black lines,
- Several fine lines that can be black or different colors,
- Thick black lines with a gradient effect,
- Cut lines (like a dotted line)
- Lines with curved effect
You can even customize your tattoo design slightly to make it special or unique. You can make it unique to add extra drawings, like birds or another animal ‘‘supported’’ on the line to make look almost like a bracelet.
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Parallel Line Tattoo Meaning
There are many different ways to display parallel lines, you can make a wrap around armband, two lines that make an equal sign, or even you can put the third line.
Two Bold Lines
Most common wraparound tattoos are the parallel lines, which is boldly placed on the forearm. Good way while getting this tattoo is to adjust the size depending on your arms size. For the slim build, the lines should not be too thick. These are also great ways to end a particular theme you have as a sleeve. Coloring these tattoos is an idea but keeping them bold and black always looks great.
Through Thick and Thin
This design will give the effect of one line being bigger than the other, either the top or bottom line thicker, it shows that although they are parallel lines, they are not exactly the same.
Symbols such as stars and other cosmic illustrations could signify a parallel universe between those two parallel lines. This design also looks great on the calf and lower part of the leg, below the knee
Parallel lines placed around the wrist as a wristband gives the effect that you are always wearing a bracelet. Some people also feel like they are naked without something wrapped around their wrists, so if you are one of these people, this tattoo is perfect for you.
Not only does it look good, but it can also be fashioned in multiple ways. As listed above, you can turn these lines in a way you want, as long as they are parallel! One thick line and one thinner line is an example.
You can even get one line filled in with bold black ink, and keep the other one transparent, doing this, turns the lines into a bar like shapes.
Wrapping around the wrist, this tattoo will be seen by everyone. The ankle is also another option if you do not want the tattoo to be seen as noticeably.
If this design and placement suit you, a good idea is to try replicating the design on your wrist/ankle and see how it looks before you get it permanently done. This is also a great tattoo if you just want something small and simple