Watercolor tattoos have become extremely popular in the last seven years. These tattoos utilize vibrant colors and often look much more real than a traditional tattoo simply due to the coloring. But many skeptics believe that all soft colors will probably fade much quicker than a regular tattoo.
Watercolor tattoos have no outline and use a gradual coloring whereas traditional tattoo contain solid borders and colors. However many artists merge creatively traditional styles with watercolor concepts within a single tattoo. It would be a great idea if you fed up with your simple line tattoo to add a wash of pale blue or pink.
Watercolor tattoos are hugely popular in Japan and South Korea. You can be inspired by Japanese or Korean tattoo artists (Hongdam, Banul, Doy…), where artists are absolutely amazing !