Continuing on from our Blog about Skull tattoo meaning, design and pictures
, there’s also Sugar Skull Tattoos.
Sugar skulls are commonly used in conjunction with the Day of The Dead festival which is a Mexican Tradition.
On November 1st is All Saint’s Day which is a celebration of children & infants that have passed away throughout the year and November 2nd is All Saint’s Day, a day for celebration of all adults have passed away.
Just like skulls, some people get Sugar Skulls to commemorate a death of a person, a renewal of life, or just because they like it!