Intimidating tattoos

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Fans of modern tribal tattoos tend to identify with the aspect of the “warrior markings” found in traditional tribal forms more than any other.

It has been suggested that this modern form of tribal tattoo, in fact, marks its wearer as a part of a brand new tribe, one that is being newly created in the present day, a culture of those who appreciate this similar tattoo aesthetic.

Typically, feminine designs are more curved, using thinner lines, and feel less “aggressive” and intimidating.

It is not associated with a particular historical tribe and is largely decorative in nature.

For this reason, the artist or person with the tattoo is free to provide their own meaning to the design, if they so choose.