She is your sister. Matching tattoos should be almost a requirement should your lineage ever be questioned. After all, not everyone has the benefit of being identical twins, so how else should the general population know that she is your sister and you are hers. But in all seriousness, the connection the sisters share is only something that can be experienced and not explained. Here is a list of amazing sister tattoos to celebrate the Sorority Band.
These matching flower sister tattoos.
According to the artist, each sister wanted her own, semi-unique design – which was achieved by simply adjusting the color of the flower. There are a few of these designs out there, and it’s easy to see why. (Photo: Jordan Ashley)
These heart rate tattoos.
These squiggly lines are technically known as “fractures”, but most people associate them with hospital heart rate monitors. (Photo: Jeff Ward)
These little arrows.
Appropriating matching nurse tattoos does not always mean that the designs must contain the word “sisters” or have a picture of two sisters doing sister things. In fact, most of the designs on this list are just sweet matching tattoos randomly chosen by sisters. These little arrow tattoos are a stylish, simple design idea that is cute, fast, funny and relatively painless. (Photo: Jessica Guerra)
This connecting quote.
While we do not always want to explain to everyone how this tattoo is part of a larger work of art, it is definitely a cool design that is as unique as it is creative. (Photo: Faelan Wilson)
This sun and this moon.
These colorful matryoshka dolls.
Matryoshka dolls, commonly referred to as Russian nesting dolls, are wooden dolls of decreasing size that blend into each other. The best ones are usually made of chocolate, but this exceptionally lively couple comes in second place. (Photo: Deanna Taylor)
These swinging sister tattoos.
By far the most popular sister tattoo design, this unifying sister couple sitting on swings, has been created time and again for sisters who can not repeat this pleasant design. (Photo: Jeffrolowe)
These cute constellations.
We are not sure what the names of these constellations are, but they are certainly beautiful. This series of constellations is one of the more detailed examples we have seen. (Photo: Nieves Arias)
These Disney sister tattoos.
Ohana means family. It’s also a delicious tropical Polynesian restaurant at Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida. (Photo: Marissa Smith)
These matching mermaid tattoos.
These matching sugar skulls.
According to the artist, a sister preferred the Blackwork version more and decided to go in that direction. Sugar skulls are a Mexican tradition – although introduced by Spanish missionaries – to make sugar from sugar and then decorate it to celebrate the Day of the Dead. (Photo: Rachelle Downs)