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Since the world is full of many different flowers, each flower tattoos symbolizes something different. Regardless of whether you want a tattoo that reminds you of something in your life, or design that marks a new chapter in your life, then a flower tattoo design is a great way to accomplish this. There is plenty of artistic freedom associated with flower tattoos which allows them to be made into something that is unique to you. Here are some of the most common flower tattoo art and their meanings so you can choose the one that means the most to you.
First and one of the most popular is the rose. Many of the old school flower designs incorporate some form of a rose. If you prefer more of an old school flower tat design some roses on their own can accomplish this task. Flower tattoos that include roses are commonly known as one of the more attractive tattoos with red being the most popular color in this flower tattoo design. You also have the option to choose from roses that are in full bloom or rose buds that are most commonly used to symbolize youth and beauty. Some of the most popular colors are pink which represents grace and admiration, red for love and passion and while represents eternal love and innocence. Red is one of the most common colors for this flower design but you are free to choose any color you would like to make this design unique to you.
Second on the popularity scale are cherry blossoms. This flower is very popular in flower tattoo designs and they are commonly seen in Asian style. If you are looking for a flower tat art that flatters a woman’s curves than this would be the one since a woman’s body, particularly the back, is the perfect canvas for these delicate flowers. In China the cherry blossom symbolizes love and female beauty, while they symbolize the short and sweet nature of life in Japan. The pink color of this flower tattoo design also makes it popular with women.

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