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Evil Eye Tattoos

5. Hamsa: I just recently learned the word for this, actually. This hand-shaped symbol is rich in meaning. It’s supposed to help ward away the evil eye, the ultimate form of protection. It can be found in various religions from Islam to Catholicism. It’s not a solely religious symbol, but the spiritual nature of yoga makes it obvious why this tattoo is inspired by yoga.

Inspo for my lace/henna shoulder piece.

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I think the detail on my hand of God tattoo necklace would make a beautiful tattoo

Hamsa tattoo (where the fish are is a wolf and a lion!)

My most recent addition of body art. I got this tattoo in NYC on my 20th birthday. It is the eye against evil.

I like how small this hamsa tattoo is but still has the evil eye and all the detail included

Hamsa tattoo... this has been a symbol I've worn around my neck for a couple years. Def wouldnt mind a little hamsa tattoo. Different placement though.

traditional hourglass with evil eye tattoo done by Craig Moston-Gastown Tattoo Parlour

The evil eye is a look that can cause injury or bad luck for the person at whom it is directed for reasons of envy or dislike. The term also refers to the power attributed to certain persons of inflicting injury or bad luck by such an envious or ill-wishing look. The evil eye is usually given to others without knowing what it is or what it does.

Tattoo : lotus/ evil eye

Amazing skull tattoo love the life like eyes

Evil Eye Tattoos Design Idea Ffibizzcom picture 14240

owl of Athena tattoo inspired by nazar boncuğu (evil eye beads) ::: Ami James on NY Ink

My hamsa/hand of protection/evil eye

Evil eye/ Blue eye tattoo. An evil eye is meant to keep you safe from envy

Dreamcatcher tattoo. Instead of the Deer, I want an Evil Eye

Hamsa Tattoo Represents Strength, Power, & Blessings. It's Main Purpose Is To Ward Off The Evil Eye That Brings Death, Illness And Bad Luck.