Healthline offers a slideshow of early shingles symptoms on its website. The pictures show the rash caused by shingles, which can occur on any part of the body. An itching, tingling or burning pain or numbness in the affected area precedes the development of a shingles rash, notes Healthline.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention also publishes photos of shingles, including photos of shingles on the face and the waist. It also publishes a photo of shingles on a child with a history of leukemia. The CDC also links to additional shingles photos from the Public Health Image Library and the Immunization Action Coalition, notes its website.