30 Tattoos for Halloween Lovers



Halloween – a day associated with masquerade, celebrated in many countries on the evening of October 31. References to Halloween are often seen in popular culture, mainly American. The name Halloween is short for All Hallow Even and means All Hallows’ Eve – when people prayed for the dead before All Saints’ Day on November 1.


In both the U.S. and many European countries, Halloween is celebrated in a similar way. People decorate their homes with dead skulls, skeletons, cobwebs, and scary witches hanging on their doors. In the evening costumed kids walk around the houses, demanding sweets and shouting “Trick or treat”. In many clubs and bars there are huge fancy dress balls attended by young and old alike.


Halloween is most lavishly celebrated in the United States, Canada, Ireland, and the United Kingdom. Although the day is not an official holiday, it is the most popular after Christmas. The main symbol of the holiday is a pumpkin hollowed out and lit from the inside with chipped teeth. Other popular themes include ghosts, demons, zombies, vampires, witches, corpse skulls, bats, black cats, spider webs, etc.


We love this day and that is why we have prepared 50 Halloween tattoo ideas for you!