Its origin takes us to the Renaissance period before the Italian court whose goal was to entertain the illustrious visitors. For this reason, the origin of the word comes from the Italian “balleto”, diminutive of “baile”, which means “dance in its essence.” The show was based on primitive dance, but with its own techniques and harmonious movements. in France, the ballet was developed and professionalized by Queen Catalina de Medicis, whose popularity made it possible to take different directions in which it was possible to innovate, express emotions and even dare.At the present time, the ballet is full of diversity of styles and contrasts, but because it is a very latent art, it lives in constant mutation. Lightness, concentration, perfectionism, harmony, flexibility, determination and discipline are some of the attributes that every dancer carries with her. And, some particularities of above are manifested in the tattoos either in the delicate strokes and contours, as in the representations of the precise and elegant movements.
about ballerina tattoos
His symbology is very specific. There are those who appreciate and admire ballet. Others prefer to represent their close relationship with dance, that is, their love and dedication to this art. In addition, there are those who choose this design to simply symbolize the delivery, dedication and effort of the dancers to reach their peak. The models are innumerable.
The magical world of ballet
With non-continuous size and water-color features
Petit dancer with precise and delicate contours
Everything you need and love!
Watercolor in bronze tones
A little ballerina on the wrist
The soldier and the dancer
Non-continuous features with watercolor tones
Realistic and full of beautiful details
In shades of gray
The dancer and her precise movements
Ballerina tattoo in shades of gray on the thigh
Brightness, light and glamor
Ballerina tattoo with striking and colorful features in the pe
Contour tattoo on the ankle
Monochromatic dancer tattoo on the pe
Abstract design, but full of strength!
Beauty and charm
The pink color that combines perfectly with dancer tattoos
More classic and traditional design
Of a fun touch and let your tattoo more charming!
Ballerina tattoo all cover
The pink carries more charm and femininity in the tattoo
How about a more fun model?
Dancer, all painted black
Explosion of colors while rap
How about drawing her in the back?
Perfect, original, well executed and beautiful!
Color ballerina tattoo on the leg
Ballerina tattoo covered in black
The strategically placed points dao more movement in the tattoo
The dancer who had conquered the universe.
Delicate and beautiful ballerina tattoo
Sexy and daring!
An accessible trio: reading, music, ballerina
Contour tattoo on the arm
The watercolor effect leaves the tattoo more vibrant and cheerful
Graciosa, with her tutu and sneakers
Before shining, every dancer needs to warm up
Watercolor ballerina tattoo on the back
The lightness of the features translates the spirit of the dancers
Life and a rap!
Delicate and petit dancer in Mao
A dancer full of attitude!
Exuberant and charming
The contrast of colors makes the tattoo even more charming
Ballerina in watercolor tones
Work well with the shadow through the dots and other effect
Let’s fly, baby
Negative and positive
Geometric and monochromatic format