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Flower Tattoo Designs



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Trying to find the perfect tattoo for your young and beautiful skin, girls?? Well, I suppose, for all you chicks with a flair for uncommon and sexy tattoos, flower tattoo designs are the best. Flowers are perhaps the only object that can be compared with women for their exotic beauty. For centuries, in fact, from Shakespearean times, flowers have been used to symbolize women, and quite justifiably too. The bud of a flower that has not yet bloomed signifies the young and untouched virgin girl, who has yet to start her life in full flourish, while a fully-bloomed flower symbolizes a woman in her prime, with an experience of her environment, still anticipating the repetitive touch of the nectar-sucking creatures that buzz around her.

Different flowers suggest different things to different people. Flowers have such a wide variety to their merit that the sheer numbers and colors present in this world of blossoms are quite mystifying. From wild flowers growing blithely in the densest of wildernesses, to the primly molded rose grown carefully in nurseries the diversity of flowers found in the world is baffling, for one tends to wonder how such a vast array of a single living being can be wrought by the hands of nature.

Coming back to the point, though flower tattoo designs are probably the best tattoo designs ever meant for a lady, whether young or old. You will see such an expansive assortment of flower tattoo designs in the world of tattoos, that it will befog your mind on which one to choose, just like real flowers do.

Due to this, finding the perfect tattoo design for your body will be a real pain, but once you find it, you'll definitely realize that the search was more than worth it. In order to pick 'the' flower tattoo design, the first thing you need to remember is not to get carried away and choose the first design that you somewhat like, for you might regret it later. There are many designs to select from, so remember to be cautiously judicious about the one that you choose.

The flower Hawaiian tattoo is one kind of tattoos that will never let you down. Normally (and traditionally), the flower depicted in these tattoo designs is the Hibiscus, a large bloom with very few petals around the stem, albeit splashed with the choicest of color combinations. This flower represents purity, beauty, and a warm, relaxed, and laid-back attitude, typical of the Hawaiian climate. If you don't find the Hibiscus a very impressive one, you might want to choose a flower from the other exotic varieties available to you. These include the lotus, rose, lily, orchid and many, many others.

You can even have a flower tattoo as a base for further intricate artwork. This may include the feminine and delicate theme of butterflies, birds and other such creatures that a flower usually comes into contact with, or completely opposing ones such as a skull or a barbed wire. What you choose to depict on your tattoo depends on the meaning that you want to portray, and this can be quite a fun thing to do, although time-consuming. However, you will surely find that every nano-second that you spent during the process of selection was worth all the trouble, especially when you see the results blooming on your beautiful body. So get on with your job, and pick out the best flower tattoo design possible to adorn your body with.