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25 Subtle Behind-The-Ear Tattoos That Are Absolutely Perfect

Lately, teeny, tiny tattoos have been taking the ink scene by storm.

Remember when we showed you all of those awesome finger tattoos?

Well, your fingers aren’t the only spots perfect for flashing a few delicate designs.

Behind-the-ear tattoos are also insanely popular, but then again, it’s not really hard to see why ladies love these little tats.

Tucking a tat being your ear not only looks awesome, but also lets you show off some stunning body art while still being somewhat discreet.

When it comes to finding the perfect behind-the-ear tattoo, the options are pretty much endless. We’ve seen women with everything from cute little animals concealed behind their ears, to feathers, flying birds and geometric patterns.

Plus, these awesome behind-the-ear tats always look tasteful and are relatively easy to hide, unlike that awful tramp stamp you got in college.

Take a look at the pictures below to see 25 awesome behind-the-ear tattoos.

Behind-the-ear tats are the perfect way to subtly show off some ink.

Tattoos Time

You can hide a tiny feather…

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Stash Cupid’s bow…


Spruce up your skin with a sparrow…

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Or go for a whole flock of body art birds.


You can’t go wrong with a Tinkerbell tat…

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A delicate diamond…

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A ravishing rose…


Or a simple sun and moon.

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You can hide Waldo…


Get some inspirational ink…

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Flex some Chanel…


Tuck some tribal feathers behind your ear…

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Or go for some gorgeous geometric patterns.


An adorable owl tat is always a wise choice.


You can never go wrong with an itty, bitty, pink bow…

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A few stunning snowflakes…


Or some magical ink.

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This Queen of Hearts tattoo is simply divine.


Gotta tat ’em all.

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You can keep a couple notes behind your ear…


Or a little buzzing bee.


You can’t go wrong with a stone cold fox…


A mesmerizing mandala…

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Or crazy cat lady ink.

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Kaylin Pound

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Kaylin Pound spent the first few years of college running cross country while double majoring in Biology and Marketing before moving to New York City to finish her studies at Pace University. When Kaylin isn’t writing she can be found running ...
Kaylin Pound spent the first few years of college running cross country while double majoring in Biology and Marketing before moving to New York City to finish her studies at Pace University. When Kaylin isn’t writing she can be found running ...

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