In today’s post we are going to present you with a series of images with skull tattoos. But it is not the classic skulls that we have always seen in the world of tattoo, but the Mexican skulls that we have been imposing in different aspects for a while now. The particularity of this type of skulls are the colors, the addition of flowers, hearts and especially roses, and are the quintessential icon of the celebration of the Day of the Dead in Mexico. But they also became one of the most chosen costumes at the Halloween party. Having made this introduction, we now see different images of tattoos of Mexican skulls tattooed on the legs, arms back and other designs that you will surely love.
Tattoo of Mexican Skulls in the Legs
The legs has been one of the places most chosen by women, and also in many cases by men, when it comes to displaying Mexican skull tatoo. In this sense, it is common to choose the calves, also the thighs and the good thing about these areas is that we can choose large designs, where you can appreciate all the peculiarities of the Mexican skulls, that is, they have many colors and decorations.
Let’s see some ideas of designs and styles of these tattoos so you can take into account.
Design without colors Floral pattern Skull with roses in black and white
A great design accompanied by large red roses
All tattooed thigh
Mexican skull in the central area of the leg
For those who sought to tattoo their calves
On the instep
The eyes are big flowers
Delicate Mexican skull with many colors
Two tattoo ideas of different Mexican skulls
Do you dare to tattoo both legs?
Mexican skulls with two different designs tattooed one on each leg
Feminine and small design for the lower part of the legs
Tattoo without color on the instep, and another design idea
For those who do not dare to so many colors
Woman in the Mexican skull style
Hearts, flowers, leaves
Many colors for the instep
Many women elegieirone instep to tattoo a Mexican skull
The thighs is a place commonly chosen for this type of tattoo
Ideal small design for the instep
Typical Day of the Dead design
Mexican skull with subtle and feminine design
Black and white designs to tattoo both legs
Incredible design of Mexican skull
A wreath of daisies
A great design, a great tattoo
Tattoo for the lateral part of the legs
A colorful, vivid and cheerful design
Large design for the lateral area of the leg
No colors, but with a great design
A design made of flowers
For lovers of tattoos, an unparalleled design
Heart eyes and flowers that decorate
Fully tattooed legs
A design loaded with colors and well decorated, but fresh
Woman decorated in the style of the Mexican skull
You can also find designs without so many colors
Designs with a lot of life
They look decorated in the mandala style
Several ideas in the same image to tattoo the legs
Tattoo in the back area of the legs
Tattoo of people decorated like Mexican skulls
Tattoos on the arms of Calaveras Mexicanas
So far we were seeing images of Mexican skulls in the leg area, which as we saw, are very chosen in the case of women. But also the arms are a regal place to wear this type of tattoos, because there you can wear the designs completely, because it is a part of the body that are more visible.
For those who have already chosen the arms as the next place for their tattoo, do not miss these images to see which designs they like the most and which they will feel most comfortable with.
These tattoos are great works of art
Small designs for the doll area
Subtle tattoos of Mexican skulls for fingers
Original and cute tattoo for the hand
A great design to cover the shoulder and arm area
In the style of the abandoned bride
Full sleeve tattooed
Full sleeve that includes the tattoo of a skull
Original and simple design for the forearm
Design in pastel colors
Mexican skull in realism style
Unfilled tattoo for the forearm
Design not very loaded for the arm
Many colors for a great design on the forearm
Muffin or Mexican skull?
Subtle design for the shoulder because it is not loaded with colors
Three perspectives of the same tattoo
Predominance of the turquoise and celestial color
Half skull half woman
For those who want a tattoo with many flowers
Similar but different designs for each of the forearms
Mandala style decoration
Red is the predominant color
Delicate mexican skull tattoo ideal for women
Design of the abandoned bride with roses
Particular and general view of how the Mexican skull tattoo looks
Preferis in black and white or with color?
Combination of black with red
Different visions of the same tattoo
Floral and very colorful Mexican skull design
Realism decorated without colors
Mexican skull, roses and abandoned girlfriend
Tattoo that covers a large part of the arm
Dark and intense colors
Very complete design for the shoulder and arm with many details
The abandoned bride is increasingly chosen in the world of tattoos
This design can be adapted for different parts of the body
Design for the internal forearm
Original design, subtle and neat
Final result to perfection
With colors but without loading the design
Tattoo that combines several Mexican skulls seen from different planes
Tattoo seen from 4 different planes
For those who like Mexican skulls but not so full of details
Tattoo for man and tattoo for woman
Romanticism among skulls
Occupies arm, shoulder and part of the back
A different version of a tattoo by Frida Kahlo
Tattoo with real design
Mix of Mexican skull with a realistic style
Ideal design to adapt it to a small size
Designs that cover a large part of the arm vertically
Three very different designs on different parts of the body, arm, leg and back
Ideal tattoo to wear on the shoulder
They are designs that are used to cover a large part of the arm
Designs that look like photographs
Violet is the color that prefers
Tattoo that occupies the hand with intense colors, for those who dare to more
Many details but without coloring the background
Different visions of the same tattoo located on the arm
An image with 3 different designs, in their styles and sizes
What does this tattoo transmit to you?
A look that goes beyond
Designs of tattoos on the back of Calaveras Mexicanas
The back is one of the largest surfaces of the body in what refers to flat surface and that is why it is one of the most chosen areas for getting tattoos, because it allows us to make great designs, fill them with details and not worry about the size of the same. This is why there are those who dare to great designs, which become incredible works of art, because they can look in all their splendor, but there are also those people who continue to opt for more subtle designs, located in different parts of the back.
Today we are dedicating ourselves to designs that have to do with Mexican skulls and we believe that the back can be a great place to wear these types of tattoos. That’s why we now share with you some images with different designs and ideas of tattoos for the back of Mexican skulls
Skulls with roses for the side of the torso
For those who wanted a design with many roses, do not miss this idea
Amazing tattoo, with the back completely tattooed with a Mexican skull design full of colors and details
Combination of Mexican skull with lotus flower
Another perspective of this tattoo
Ideal for the shoulder blade area A great design to occupy the entire side of the torso
There are also those who choose these designs to tattoo their chest
Side of the torso in a design if colors
Design for the upper back
For the upper and middle part of the back
Do you encourage a tattoo that covers your entire chest?
Great design on the side of the torso, but ideal to wear on the back
Amazing tattoo, with an implacable design
Mexican skull for the back
Black white version, to which you could add colors
Large size design with many colors for the back
This is a tattoo that could fit perfectly for the back area
In the ribs is also used to tattoo Mexican skulls
For those who want a tattoo that transcends
Colorful, feminine and subtle in its size
Roses and skulls make a good pair
Tattoo in the Where on the back do you imagine this tattoo?
Sometimes a well-made black and white tattoo does not need any color
Two Mexican skulls that are part of the same design
Mexican skull without added outside for the back
Small black and white design for the chest
If you dare to this size is great, but if you can not adapt it and make it smaller
A portrait that generates a bit of fear
The colors only in the roses
Images with designs of Mexican skulls for Tattoos
When it comes to showing different tattoo ideas of a particular design, we usually show you how they look on different parts of the body, so you can get the idea of how they look once they are tattooed , since it is not the same to see a design on paper that is already finished on the skin.
As we already did this work, now we want to share with you a series of images that have designs of Mexican skulls, ideals to take from them ideas of tattoos. The good thing about seeing these ideas on paper is that you can adapt the size, change the colors, visualize where in the body you would like to show it, etc.
If you like our proposal, we invite you to continue seeing these images that we share with Mexican skull designs to take as an idea of a tattoo.
Black and white option Many ideas with different colors and designs
For those who want an original and creative tattoo Drawings of arms all tattooed with different designs
Mexican skulls in the style of masks
Real Mexican skulls, from which you can take ideas to make a tattoo
Where do you imagine you could wear this tattoo?
You see this tattoo on the legs can be ideal for the arms or for the back
Do we leave it in black and white or do we add color?
Ideal for making a big design on the back
In these blacks and grays, it is a design that has its charm
For those who want colorful and cheerful designs
What part of the body would you choose for this tattoo?
Female tattoo for its bow on the head
3 Mexican skulls with and without color
For those who like the color blue
Which of these skulls do you like the most?
To this design you can add color to your roses
Ideal to adapt its size to a small design and show it on the wrist
They are just ideas and designs, so you can add the colors that you like the most
More skull ideas, in small sizes
Incredible design of Mexican skull with many details in black and white, but with the possibility of adding color
A Mexican skull with a rose in its mouth, to achieve a romantic design
Many flowers in this design, in the eyes and to decorate it in general
Would you like to make Mexican skulls on your fingers? Very small designs
A design for you to add colors to the parts you want
Decorate this Mexican skull design with your favorite colors
Ideas of traditional Mexican skulls and other originals that vary their shape, for example the one with the head of an animal
To find a more original design, add details to your Mexican skull, for example a galley
Design ready to tattoo, what body place do you choose to do it?
You can also add color only to the details and not paint it completely
You can modify these designs as you want
Adapt these designs to your preferences
Take these designs as a basic idea to get to your ideal tattoo
Great design so you can add the colors you want, if you want a colorful design
Take it as a booseto to which you can add more details, colors and whatever you can think of
Ideal for a tattoo on the back or to tattoo a full sleeve
After seeing an infinity of ideas and designs of Mexican skull tattoos, now we could finish this post with a little reference to the meaning of these designs.
As we said at the beginning, the Mexican skulls are designs that derive from the sugar skulls of the Day of the Dead, which is a festivity that takes place every year in Mexico, this being a particularity of their culture. These, from which the tattoos come, are treats that are decorated with many colors, making these sweets very happy and fun.
Regarding tattoos, although this idea of the skull is preserved with respect to the skull, the main feature that makes it the identity of the Mexican skull is the great decoration it has, placing it mainly on the mouth area. , the nose and the eyes. If we continue with the parallelism of the Mexican culture, the tattoos of the Mexican skulls have a deep meaning that has to do with the memory of the deceased people in a family. Anyway, we can not stop saying that each person in particular will assign a certain meaning.
To end, our post, we can also relate to this type of tattoo San La Muerte, which is an object of worship for this culture, which is made orders of various kinds, including those desires related to love as to work, care and money.