I have a special place in my heart for Aries. It's my rising sign, so, like, I get you guys. You're a little misunderstood—people think you're brash and obnoxious when you're really just passionate and energetic; aggressive when you actually just go after what you want; and obsessed with yourself when you're, well, obsessed with yourself (which, NGL, is probably why you clicked on this article in the first place). The perfect way to show off your obsession? An Aries tattoo, duh. Ahead, I pulled together 20 of the best Aries tattoo ideas from Insta—you're going to loooove them.
This Black-and-White Aries Tattoo
One way to add a secret element to your Aries tattoo? Pair a black and white tattoo together for a fresh and unique design.Continue reading below ↓
This Dotted Aries Tattoo
At first glance, this Aries astrological tattoo looks like a straight line. But, if you take another look, there’s more than meets the eye—kind of like you, right?
This Red Aries Tattoo
Aries are known for being a little—okay, a lot—fiery, so this cheeky Aries tattoo in red ink is a perfect choice.Continue reading below ↓
This Rose and Ram Aries Tattoo
Get a legit work of art on your arm and opt for this super-detailed fine-line Aries tattoo. It combines the toughness of the ram with the softness of a rose, something that really shows off who an Aries is.Continue reading below ↓
This Small Heart Aries Tattoo
How cute is this bb Aries tattoo?! It’s cute, simple, and the heart adds a nice, fun touch.
This Finger Aries Tattoo
If you want to keep your Aries tattoo hidden, a finger tat is a great option, IMO. You can show it off when, and if, you want to.Continue reading below ↓
This Flame Aries Tattoo
Forget a ring—what better way to show off your fire sign than this flame Aries tattoo?Continue reading below ↓
This Detailed Ram Aries Tattoo
How insane is the detail in this ram Aries tattoo? If it’s going to be on your body forever, might as well look like it belongs in a museum, right?
This Neck Aries Tattoo
Show off this bold, thick-lined Aries neck tattoo by throwing your hair in a messy top knot or a high ponytail.Continue reading below ↓
This Moon and Sun Aries Tattoo
I’m obsessed with this tattoo interpretation of the sun, moon, and Aries symbol—it’s unique and super pretty.Continue reading below ↓
This Ankle Aries Tattoo
This Aries ankle tattoo is in an easy-to-hide spot while also being really, really pretty.
This Floral Aries Tattoo
Instead of going for a basic constellation tattoo, get your favorite flower in the shape of your Aries constellation. Isn’t it gorgeous?Continue reading below ↓
This Cursive Aries Tattoo
Show that you’re really about that life by getting a cursive Aries tattoo. I mean, what better way to rep your zodiac sign than legit getting the name tattooed on the back of your arm?
This Wrist Aries Tattoo
A constellation tattoo doesn’t have to totally dominate your arm if you don’t want it to. This delicate Aries tattoo on the wrist is proof that simple ink works.Continue reading below ↓
This Floral Aries Symbol Tattoo
I know, florals can be played out, but this one in the shape of a ram would be my top option for an Aries tattoo.Continue reading below ↓
This Colorful Aries Tattoo
If you want something with color that won’t totally overpower your look, this vibrant Aries tattoo is for you.
This Back Aries Tattoo
Combine a constellation with a ram symbol on your back, and you’ll end up with this super-cute Aries tattoo that’ll look amazing in any backless dress.Continue reading below ↓
This Mars Aries Tattoo
Okay, so if you want something that screams Aries, but isn’t a constellation or ram tattoo, may I suggest this Mars tattoo? It’s Aries’s ruling planet, which makes it a fire choice.Continue reading below ↓
This Wild Aries Tattoo
This tattoo gives off big Aries energy—you can’t be tamed, and this small tattoo lets people know that from the get-go.
This Finger Constellation Aries Tattoo
Rather than getting a line connecting the points in your constellation, just opt for the stars. It’s a really cute choice for a finger tat.Continue reading below ↓
This article originally appeared on Cosmopolitan.com. Minor edits have been made by the Cosmo.ph editors.