The Sugar Skull Girl Tattoo is sought after by some people. The source of the Sugar Skull girl pattern is sugar skull. Sugar Skull originally refers to the skeleton shaped crafts made by Mexicans to celebrate the day of the dead with sugar or clay. The word CALAVERA can also refer to other art forms depicting skeletons, such as skeleton masks and tattoos in the shape of sugar skulls. Now the so-called Sugar Skull refers to a kind of sugar coated, foil, beads and feathers made of sucrose. Today we collected some sugar skull girl tattoos. I hope these tattoos can brighten your eyes.
Sugar Skull is not an edible commodity. Its production cycle may take four to six months and a mold needs to be used. Moreover, sugar skulls are more artistic than edible, so some sugar skulls made of clay or decorated with foil and feathers cannot be eaten. Others made of sucrose, vanilla or chocolate are edible. After the celebration of the day of the dead, most sugar skulls will be eaten, and those that cannot be eaten may be kept for several days or thrown away.