Across the globe, Harry Potter fans have one of the most highly dedicated fandoms. There’s no denying that Harry Potter and Hogwarts are among the most beloved wizarding worlds for kids and adults alike. It is probably this diversity that makes the fan community so large, ranging from kids all the way up to their grandparents. It doesn’t matter how old you are or what path you take in life, Harry Potter appeals to all ages and walks of life.
Among the seven books in this series, there are several symbols, and all are beloved by the fans. There are several creative ways to incorporate your favorite parts of the series into tattoo designs, whether they are the Magic Snitch or Luna Lovegood’s glasses. You can select so many items from all kinds of categories that you can make a collage of all your favorite items. It’s possible for a small design to function well, but it’s the more detailed designs that provide the magic. Rather than show it too much, you could get a tiny lightning bolt on the side of your finger and wear it discreetly, then connect it to a sleeve with all your Harry Potter favorites.
Almost any tattoo can be a great deal larger or more complex than others. The outcome will be determined by your final decision. Drawings of small lines are usually cheaper while designing big, complicated designs is more expensive. Tattoos that are larger typically cost more money. There’s one thing they all have in common — they’re all a part of the lovingly cherished universe populated by Harry Potter fans.
List of 15 Celebrities with Harry Potter Designs
Sherri DuPree-Bemis Harry Potter Tattoo Design On Upper Arm
As of May 2012, Sherri DuPree-Bemis has the Deathly Hallows logo from Harry Potter tattooed on the back of her upper arm. Tattoos like this one have been made by her friend Tiffany Petty, who also has the same design on her knee.
Kristen May Harry Potter Tattoo Design On Wrist
On her right wrist, Kristen May got the Deathly Hallows symbol from the Harry Potter books tattooed in March 2013.
Sirah Harry Potter Tattoo Design On Left Arm
She had a tattoo of the deathly hallows on the left bicep of her left arm. Vertically, the symbol is a representation of the Elder Wand; the circle is a representation of the Resurrection Stone, and the triangle represents the Cloak of Invisibility.
Yasmine Yousaf Harry Potter Tattoo Design On Right Arm
On Yasmine Yousaf’s upper right arm, she has a tattoo of the Deathly Hallows symbol from Harry Potter. The tattoo was added in April 2013.
Skylar Grey Harry Potter Tattoo Design On Left Forearm
A tattoo of the Deathly Hallows symbol from the Harry Potter series has been placed on Skylar Grey’s left forearm.
Ariana Grande Harry Potter Tattoo Design On Hand
May 2018 saw Arianna Grande getting a “Lumos” tattoo on the side of her hand. It is a magic charm that provides light in the dark, according to the Harry Potter universe. “Lumos” is the charm for doing so.
Ariana’s tattoo represents numerous personal meanings relating to her music, her life, and her relationship – all of which have become deeply entwined. Her new album Sweetener includes songs like “the light is coming,” which suggests that brighter times await. Her tattoo is also related to a Dumbledore quote that Pete has etched on his forearm, which reads, “Happiness can be found / Even in the darkest of times / If one only remembers to / Turn on the light.” Therefore, the Lumos spell, which turns on the light, is what she has to do to achieve happiness.
Ariana Grande Harry Potter Tattoo Design Behind Ear
It was inked behind Arianna Grande’s right ear back in June 2018 that she got an outline of a lightning bolt. As she’s a known Harry Potter fan, and she’s never spoken much about this tattoo, it’s almost certainly based on what she loves about the series.
She is engaged to Pete Davidson, who has a lightning bolt tattoo on his wrist, though it’s shaped differently. Ariana noticed one of the Harry Potter tattoos on his back when they met for the first time after the shoot of Saturday Night Live. “I remember I looked off stage right…and I saw he had his sleeve [up] and I saw the Deathly Hallows [on his arm] and the tiny tip of a Dumbledore quote,” she pointed out to Zach Sang. “I thought he was cute so I was looking over anyway.” However, it was the tattoos that cemented her love for him.
Ariana Grande Harry Potter Tattoo Design On Ribcage
On the left side of Arianna Grande’s ribcage, she has a tattoo of the word “always.” In June 2018, a video was released for Nicki Minaj’s song “Bed”, which revealed the inking. The scribble on the card appears to be written in his handwriting as well, and it’s just one more sign of the whirlwind romance she shared with Pete Davidson. His fans have compared it to a letter that he wrote to show that it’s the same.
Her choice of the word “always” is apparently an allusion to the Harry Potter series. Ariana and Pete are big Harry Potter fans and both have tattoos of the wizarding world. His arm sports the Deathly Hallows symbol, his wrist wears a lightning bolt, and his forehead stands inscribed with a quote in Harry Potter font. She’s an even bigger fan than Ariana, who is mocked maniacally for her encyclopedic knowledge of every small detail in the books.
Julia Michaels Harry Potter Tattoo Design On Bicep
Julianne Michaels had a snake tattooed on her right bicep in July 2018. The tattoo reads, “a baby pink snake for this Slytherin.” She describes herself as a Slytherin and loves Harry Potter. Snakes serve as their house mascot.
Julia Michaels Harry Potter Tattoo Design On Forearm
On December 28, 2017, Julia Michaels and her father got matching tattoos as a way to celebrate the holidays with family. Taking inspiration from the Harry Potter series, they chose the Golden Snitch in vibrant colors. Her dad has his tattoo on the inside of his forearm, while Julia’s is on the top of her right arm.
Since Julia started getting tattoos when she was 18 years old, her father has evolved in his attitude toward tattoos. When he met Julia, he wasn’t sure whether she wanted tattoos, and he certainly didn’t want one for himself either. However, Julia’s thoughtful works of art have led him to reconsider his position. According to Universal Music, she said:
The first tattoo that I ever got was this microphone when I was 18. My dad used to be very conservative. And when I told him I wanted to get a tattoo he [said] “I don’t know how I feel about that” but I [said] “you should come with me.” And when he came with me, he was so in love with the process that he now wants to get one with me.
Arzaylea Harry Potter Tattoo Design On Forearm
Upon getting her left forearm tattooed by Romeo Lacoste, Arzaylea got the words “always” inked on it. In a post on Instagram, she explained how the tattoo was inspired by the Harry Potter series:
“Harry Potter means so much to me. It molded my childhood, my adulthood and expanded my imagination. I miss you, Alan. So much. You will always be my Snape.”
Mindy White Harry Potter Tattoo Design Behind Ear
As a fan of Harry Potter, Mindy White has a tattoo designed to look like the three stars appearing in the Harry Potter books behind her right ear. Getting inked up was a big deal in her case; she posted a photo and caption on Instagram “Well, I’m officially a nerd.”
Meg DeAngelis Harry Potter Tattoo Design On Foot
Meg DeAngelis has a tattoo on her left foot that reads: “mischief managed.” Her love for Harry Potter books inspired her to get the tattoo.
Ash Costello Harry Potter Tattoo Design On Finger
Ash Costello has a tattoo of Harry’s lightning bolt scar on her left index finger to show off her love of the Harry Potter books. She got the tattoo in July 2010.
Zyan Malik Harry Potter Tattoo Design On Leg
Zayn posted an epic (and very large) tattoo depicting a Harry Potter—inspired fight scene on the social network site. The new inking portrays Voldemort (a.k.a. He Who Must Not Be Named) locked in a duel with the legendary superhero, the Flash. (Sorry, Zayn fans, but this is artistic freedom. Excuse me.) Fans of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire will recognize this scene from Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire when Harry battles Voldemort for the first time, casting two spells — for Voldemort, Avada Kedavra, and for Harry, Expelliarmus — simultaneously, locking their wands (containing two Phoenix tail feather cores) concurrently in Priori Incantatem. The intense moment resulted in colorful light jets and left Harry escaping in a stunning scene.