Tattoo Designs That Mean Luck

Tattoos that give luck are common across the world and you’ll see them wherever people have ink. In many countries it is believed that tattoos hold a mystical power, giving their owner certain supernatural powers, and if you’re going to put your faith in a tattoo then a lucky one is probably a great place to start.

Pictures and Drawings

Across the Western world lucky tattoos include visual symbols that are rumored to give luck. Rabbit’s feet, four-leafed clovers and horseshoes are all real-world lucky charms that people incorporate into their tattoo designs in the hope of getting a little bit of extra fortune.

People are using traditional Asian symbols such as the Buddha or Maneki Neko to try and improve their odds, although this is a risky route unless you’re absolutely sure that the meaning has been explained to you truthfully.

From black cats to lucky numbers and everything in between, the trick to getting a lucky tattoo is to believe that it will give you good fortune — make your own luck. Just remember that you need it to work for life, so don’t rush in and choose a charm without it proving itself to you more than once first!