10 Awesome Tattoos Made Using Suntans

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Choosing a tattoo for yourself can be quite a challenging decision. The permanency of the art form makes matters extremely tricky and it becomes extremely vital to pick a tattoo that you can live with for the rest of your life. This is why suntan tattoos are becoming even more popular these days. This emerging art form allows people to enjoy having a tattoo without making it permanent. It can be quickly taken care of by using some sun screen whenever you want. Here is a list of some of the best tattoos made using suntans.

Shining Star

This tattoo has a lot of great elements to it, making it artistic and complex.

New York Fan

If you are a fan of New York, this is one simple and effective way of showing it off.

Che Guevara

Che Guevara was a unique revolutionary who took the world by storm with his radical Marxist ideologies. Having a tattoo inspired by El Che is a great way to show your respect to the revolution.

Butterfly Tattoo

Instead of getting an actual butterfly tattoo like everyone else, you can satisfy your craving by getting suntan version for a short period.

Raging Bull

This amazing tribal-themed tattoo looks like a raging bull, a great variation of regular templates.

Full Body Tattoo

This is one of the best and most detailed suntan tattoos that has maintained a great shape and form after tanning.

Creative Body Art

This is one of the simplest way to get a suntan tattoo. Just get a dress and cut it out in any shape you want, and just watch the tattoo form.

I Suck

Is this person saying that he sucks? Or is the arrow indicative that he sucks butts? Either way, worst tattoo on the list.

Abstract Suntan Tattoo

This is an amazing full body tattoo that has covered this person from head to toe. It looks great overall, and it must have cost the person only a fraction of an actual tattoo, along with experiencing only a fraction of the pain.

Mona Lisa

If you are going to get a suntan tattoo, might as well make it one of a great work of art. What better example than the Mona Lisa?