Collar bone Tattoo Ideas
Getting collarbone tattoos requires thick skin and a high tolerance to pain. Collarbone tattoo pain can be unbearable. If you have never been tattooed before, this is not an area to choose for your first time in the chair. It does help if you are hydrated and have a full stomach as it helps deal with the pain better.
Consider asking your artist to play music for you to “tune out” to so they can work without too much complaining. If you need to, take a break and let your skin settle down a bit before continuing. Tattoos on collarbone spaces are usually continuations or accents to chest and shoulder pieces.
These designs can be simple and make an impact at the same time. You can also consider a design with thinner, more intricate lines and less fill to simply adorn your upper body or create a clear separation between two separate themes.
Browse through several collarbone tattoos through photos here to get an idea of placement, flow, and design. It will give you an idea of how far above and below the collarbone most tattoos in this area go. The closer to the neck and shoulder you go with your design, the more it will hurt.