The conception of the Evil eye is spread from Greek culture. It has existed for millennia, and it is in circulation today. This means that if someone envies you, they can give you an “evil glare”, thus sending you a failure.
Failure can be avoided by wearing an evil eye mascot. This talisman is usually blue and has a very important function – to protect the wearer and his family from evil and failure.
The interesting thing is that the idea of the evil eye is widespread in all countries of the world and its significance for people does not decrease over time. People really believe in its power, and they wear it in the form of an accessory or a tattoo. As a tattoo it has different interpretations. Some people wear it as a protection against evil forces, while for others it is just a symbol of success. Some can wear it just because of its cute appearance.
Evil eye tattoo can be depicted in conjunction with other symbols. Elements often drawn with it are tears, which protect loved ones from danger, Triskelion, which symbolizes life, death and rebirth, star, which is a symbol of magic and can protect against the evil eye.
Evil eye is frequently used by athletes who believe that it will help them beat their opponent.
The concept of the evil eye was very popular in Greece, where it was supposed that deadly rays from the people’s eyes harmed others. In defense, they wore an evil eye on their foreheads. According to the Greeks, with the help of the opposite force of this mascot, the one whose bad eye harms others will face calamity.
Here are some instances of bad eye tattoos to help you make an easy design choice.