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Day Of The Dead tattoo Meanings:

Sugar skulls are part of Mexican culture. Traditionally are made from sugar on the day of the dead (November 1 & 2).
They will then decorated and placed on loved ones headstones. This gesture is not only meant to recognize loved ones that have died but also to bring their spirit back on the day of the dead.
It has transferred its deep symbolism into the world of tattoos.

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