Metallic Tattoos Around the World: Holi, The Festival of Colors
Posted: Mar 13 2015
Just last week, many people around the world celebrated Holi, a spring festival traditionally celebrated by those who practice Hindu. It is most popular in India and Nepal, but it has grown in popularity in other communities around the world as well.
Photo by Andy Basile
The night before the festival, people sing and gather around to dance around a Holika bonfire. And during the festival, people chase each other, dance, and throw dry colored powder at anyone and everyone. It is also known as the festival of love. Although the festival has religious roots, it is easy to see why it has been adopted in other communities around the world in celebration of spring. It is lighthearted and fun, engaging and full of laughter and joy.
In the lifestyle and entertainment segment of HT City, a Hindu publication, metallic tattoos were featured as a way to dress up for Holi.
Just like any holiday, metallic tattoos can bring a bit of flash and fun to your outfit! After all, holidays are meant to be special days and it's important to dress for the occasion.
For a similar look, try mixing and matching any of our metallic wristbands! Be creative and wear them on your wrist, fingers, forearm, wherever! The possibilities and combinations are endless! You can cut them up in different lengths to fit your hand or wrap around your finger like a ring. For more styling tips and inspiration, make sure to follow us on Instagram @fashiontatsdotcom!