Weight loss can be a huge accomplishment for some people if they have had weight struggles or illnesses that have caused them to gain weight far out of their control or desire. When those who have struggled with achieving a weight loss milestone, big or small, it is a relief and a cause for celebration! Hard work and determination is needed for such a task. What better celebration gift to get for yourself after weight loss than a tattoo! Many often don’t get tattoos if they are at a weight they are not happy with because they eventually want to lose the weight in order to get their tattoo on a part of the body they might have been a little bashful to show off before. Tattoos are for everybody, big or small, as long as they are of age, but when one has lost unwanted weight, that weight loss tattoo can be one of the proudest moments of their life. Have you lost unwanted pounds whether for looks or for health or even to save your own life? Perhaps you lost weight to be healthy enough to take care of your kids? Whatever the case may be, celebrate that with a tattoo! It does not have to be specifically related to weight loss itself, but check out the following 8 weight loss celebration tattoo ideas for inspiration:
“It’s never too late to be who you might have been” is a great quote to celebrate weight loss.
A special and meaningful tattoo that only you know of may be just the perfect type of weight loss tattoo to get.
“fear not at all my focus shall not fail I shall not fall, and nor shall I despair”
“find joy in the journey” says a lot about the process of weight loss. If you can’t find joy in the journey, you may never find the joy of reaching your destination.
This tape measure is what is used to measure the physical success of weight loss aside from the scale. What better tribute than a yellow ribbon made of nothing other than the tape measure.
As with everything in life that is hard, a lot of what it takes is mind over matter. This tattoo sums that up perfectly.
This tattoo enthusiast chose to use the semi-colon to represent their struggles in weight loss.
“I myself am made entirely of flaws, stitched together with good intentions.” This is a unique weight loss celebration tattoo, perhaps to celebrate a successful weight loss surgery, which of course is a lot of work to get to that point, and a lot more work after the fact to change your lifestyle.
“Without struggle, there is no progress.” Ain’t this the truth?