Friday, August 13, 2010

Flower Tattoo Designs

Flower Tattoo DesignsHowever, when you choose a color, you must be careful since each color on a flower has a meaning. While red means passion and love, pink would mean admiration and grace. One of the best things about choosing a rose flower design is that you have the liberty of what stage the flower is. Since every stage has a different symbolization, it is important that you pick the appropriate one. An example for this is a rose bud which signifies youth.

If you would like to have a tattoo with a more Asian appeal, then you should get a cherry blossom. This is because cherry blossoms accentuate the woman's curves and also, it is a beautiful flower. The perfect spot where you could have this inked on your body would be on your lower back. For the Chinese, the cherry blossom stands for love and a woman's beauty. On the other hand, the Japanese think of the flower as a representation of the sweet, short nature of life.

For this reason, the meaning behind the cherry blossom also depends on the wearer's nationality. A cherry blossom used as a Chinese flower tattoo stands for love and beauty of a woman and as a Japanese flower tattoo it represents the short, sweet nature of life. So depending on the nationality behind the flower it can also interpret its meaning.

Aside from the ones mentioned, there are still several other flower tattoo designs which you could choose from. Among them include the lotus and the lily. When choosing, you must remember the meaning behind each.

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