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Star Tattoo Designs



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The star tattoo design is perhaps the most controversial of all tattoo designs. It is so because of the many meanings that it can have. However, it is also the easiest of all designs. A budding tattoo artist is generally advised to begin with this design, for it helps him gain mastery first over the simplest of patterns. It is not necessary, though, that the star pattern should be induced only in black. It can use any and many colors, according to one's choice and beliefs. It is easy to find simple and common star tattoo designs. For the less common ones, though, one has to register with a tattoo membership website that allows only its members to see its rare patterns.

When you are looking to get a star tattoo, it is important for you to decide on some very important aspects. The first one is how many points you want the star to have. Secondly, the color combination whether it should have a single, solid color or multiple colors, in order to make it look more vibrant. Thirdly, and most importantly, you need to pick the right size of your star tattoo design, plus the area where you want it. All these are just a handful of the aspects to be considered. You may not come across very good designs anywhere else, but you certainly will, if you check online on some quality gallery.

The star has many meanings attached to t, depending on the person wearing it. For some people it might signify truth and honesty, while others might think of it as a symbol of hope and beauty. The number of points also gives the star different meanings. Especially the 5-pointed star, which comes in 3 different forms the filled star, which is commonly used in celestial designs, the pentacle, which symbolizes feminine energy, plus the 5 elements: earth, water, fire, air and space, and the reversed pentacle, which, while quite popular as the mark of Satanism, is known to represent the horned, Egyptian pagan god of fertility - Amon.

A star tattoo design, whatever the implications and meanings attached to it, is one of the most popular ones, among both, men and women. It generally tends to signify success and guidance during a journey. This symbolism is based on the nautical star that sailors usually wear. Now, if you are wondering about where exactly you should have your tattoo imprinted, you might consider your chest, upper arm, shoulder or wrist.

Wherever you place the tattoo, though, you should be satisfied on seeing it there. It is quite important that you make the right decision when it comes to your star tattoo design, for the simple reason that these tattoos are permanent and will be with you all your life, unless you wish to go through the tedious and expensive process of having it removed.