Día de los Muertos: Day Of The Dead
Diablo Rose – Chloe Le Keux Photography
Día de los Muertos (Day Of The Dead) is one of my favourite time of the year! Carnations and painted skulls galore! To celebrate Day Of The Dead, Marry Me Ink asked readers to send in their Día de los Muertos tattoos and dress-up pictures.
Top row: Ian Duca of Alki Beach Tattoo
Storm Trooper (Bottom left): Chris Hunter of Alki Beach Tattoo
Bottom center: Ian Duca of Alki Beach Tattoo
Bottom right: Lou LaLa of Curious Cat
Red on her Honeymoon in Mexico this week celebrating Day Of The Dead!
Millie Dollar for Ms Moo Makeup – Miss Rain Photography
“Today, people don wooden skull masks called Calacas and dance in honour of their deceased relatives. The wooden skulls are also placed on altars that are dedicated to the dead. Sugar skulls, made with the names of the dead person on the forehead, are eaten by a relative or friend”
How fabulous! Thank you for sending in your beautiful Day Of The Dead costumes and tattoos! Be sure to keep scrolling to see more!
Happy Día de los Muertos!!
Victoria Thomas Make Up Artist
Elly Prizeman – Tori Andrews Photography
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