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Popularity and Beauty of Rose Tattoos

Rose Tattoos, beauty tattooBeauty of Rose Tattoos

Who does not love a rose and find it simply and stunningly beautiful? Maybe men might consider themselves too masculine to wear one of these flowers tattooed on their bodies, but, women swear by it.

Rose tattoo designs are easily the most beautiful and hence, the most popular of all the tattoo designs, at least among women. Rose is the universal symbol of pure love, especially in the west and symbolizes everything that is beautiful with the world.

The beauty of a rose cannot be described enough with man made words, so at least its beauty, though not completely, can be captured within the realm of a tattoo.

This flower is perhaps, the most beautiful and royal among all the flowers, and rightfully so, what with those soft hues and gracefully and royally scattered petals. Every color of it is an expression of a positive human emotion. A red rose expresses love, yellow ones symbolize joy, a white one is for reverence, a light pink one expresses admiration and also sympathy while an orange rose symbolizes enthusiasm.

Rose Tattoos, beauty tattooBeauty of Rose Tattoos

Rose tattoo ideas can be designed in countless styles and colors and almost all the tattoo artists in the world would be well versed in inscribing those, thanks to the countless demands for rose tattoo designs that they oblige to.

Rose Tattoos, beauty tattooBeauty of Rose Tattoos

Just by looking at a rose tattooed on you or on someone else fills you with an inexplicable positive vibe and you simply can not help but admire the simple, yet regal beauty that it exudes. That is the power of a rose and all that it stands for. Rose tattoos are simple, yet the most beautiful and no one can deny that.

A rose has long since inspired and awed lovers, artists and saints through its divine beauty, fragrance and aura that surround it.

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In progress work

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Dragon and Peony flower tattoo

Hi.There it's my "in progress" tattoo work, a dragon and a peony flower tattoo.

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from: Andi F.
date: Tue, Aug 24, 2010 at 11:31 AM
subject: Kanji translations

Hey there! I totally LOVE your blog!

ok, so I have 2 different Kanji tattoos. I researched them myself, and was after the Japanese meanings of the characters. I didn't trust a tattoo shop book for either one. The fire/Ice tattoo is supposed to me "to be devoted". The kanji is composed out of the negative space. I was after a verb form, and I am most worried about this one.

Tell me I did it right!! Otherwise, back to the needle I go!



andi tattoo

Granted this tattoo intended to be read from Japanese perspective, but 沒頭 literally means "no head" in Chinese, in other words "lack of common sense".

Alan has the following to add:

The tattoo is evidently 没頭る, which appears to be a "slangy" way of writing the Japanese verb "hamaru" which in itself is a slang way to say "be a fan of," "be absorbed in" or maybe "be devoted to" something like a rock band or a manga or some other pop culture phenomenon.

Originally, the verb hamaru was written 嵌る or 填る (or sometimes ハマる), but evidently due to the influence of the noun 没頭 [bottō], which means "devotion to" or "absorption in" something, people started writing the word like 没頭る but still pronouncing it hamaru. Perhaps one reason why people started writing the word with these new characters is because both of the old ones and were removed from common use in Japanese.

This use of different characters to write words is called 当て字 (ateji) in Japanese. These 当て字 can be used on a whim and there are no particular rules except what becomes popular.

Without common sense, indeed!

from: Sarah C.
date: Wed, Aug 25, 2010 at 5:53 AM
subject: My husband's old tattoo!

I stumbled across your blog and have had a great time reading it!!

My husband is an unfortunate teenage tattoo victim. He very proudly displays this tattoo on his shoulder blade which he swears means "dragon". However I've looked up the character for dragon and it is nothing like his tattoo!

Does his tattoo have any meaning or is it an attack of gibberish?

Thank you!



represents the fifth zodiac year which happens to be "the year of dragon", not the actual dragon. However the tattooed character has an unnecessary extra bit at left upper corner.

Dragon is typically (or 龙) in Chinese, and in Japanese.

from: Maija M.
date: Tue, Aug 24, 2010 at 11:21 AM
subject: A promise to my Mom


I got this tattoo to honor my Mom after she died from early onset Alzheimer's. At the time, I went back to school while I took care of her and got a degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine. The location has a special meaning to me and the characters were written for me by one of my teachers.

The two characters are supposed to read "Ma Carol" and the squired symbol then makes it Ma Ma and Carol Carol (my Mom's name and my middle name). Also, I believe the characters can be read as "path" and "promise" as in I promised to help care for others on my new path as a healer.

However, I'm embarrassed to say I've forgotten which character is which and also want to find about about other possible interpretations.

Thanks in advance,

Maija M.

Ma Carol 2 Tattoo

Top character is correct for "mother".

However tattooed character is not , which means "road / path".

Cute Tattoo Ideas For Girls

Looking for cute tattoos for girls? Cute designs can really make a girl more sexy. Let me now share some cute tattoo ideas for girls, and give some tips about what to look after, and the where and how when looking for cute girly tattoos.

One of the first things to consider is the location of your tattoo. It is important to remember that if you want to work in a formal environment it may not be a good idea to have a large tattoo that will be seen by your potential boss. Good tattoo locations for cute tattoos are on the ankle, stomach, neck, wrist or lower back. Tattoos on the lower back are also known for being very sexy. Some locations are more painful and expensive than others to get tattooed on, so keep this in mind when deciding on the location for your tattoo.

Next, you should choose what kind of artwork you want. For cute tattoos, popular choices are flowers, stars or hearts. It is also important to know the meaning behind the tattoo you will be getting. There have been cases where artists have been caught giving tattoos with unwanted meanings or misspelled foreign characters.

When it comes to the size of the piece I recommend a small one if it's your first. That way, you will know whether you can withstand the pain of getting a bigger tattoo later. Small tattoos are also not that expensive to remove if you later regret getting tattooed.

To find the best and cutest tattoos for girls you should take advantage of online tattoo galleries. There are plenty of designs that have been made that you can choose from and bring to your local tattoo studio.
from: Julia P.
date: Mon, Aug 23, 2010 at 3:49 AM
subject: tatoo

Hello, Tian!

I like your site and my tatoo :))

But could you say me what it mean?

Thank you!

Julia P.


Hello Julia!

I don't know what your tattoo means.

You are welcome!


New Tribal Phoenix Tattoo Ideas For Girls

So you want a new tattoo and you've decided on a tribal phoenix tattoo. Great decision considering all the meanings that the symbol of a phoenix can mean. But getting a new tribal tattoo brings up a lot of questions. You've got some major decisions to make if you are going to get such a permanent piece of artwork on your body, not to mention the price of getting the tattoo. The proper research can truly mean the difference between an ordinary tattoo and a fantastic tattoo!

International tattoo

from: Travis L.
date: Tue, Aug 17, 2010 at 3:33 PM
subject: My friend bobby got this dumb tattoo

A resident Japanese says it means “Green Vegetable”, so we have been laughing at bobby. We could never get him to say. One theory is "weed", slang for marijuana.

What do you say?



indeed means "greens, vegetable, food dish".

Bobby needs to lay off smoking oregano, the gateway drug to catnip.

from: marisa r.
date: Thu, Aug 19, 2010 at 7:24 AM
subject: My husbands Tattoo

My husband being the hero that he is when stationed over in Bahrain (where tattoo's are illegal) went with some friends drunk to a guys HOUSE!!!! And my husband looked through a book, found the symbol for "strength" and got it.

Thanks so much


Photo on 2010-08-19 at 09.51

First of all, the character is mirrored.

If it is be read as one single character , it means "to bring up, to raise".

If they are two characters, and , which means "small livestock or young animal".

from: Joe I.
to: Tian
date: Tue, Aug 17, 2010 at 7:20 PM
subject: Tattoo Translation Question

I found your website about a week ago and was wondering if you could translate what this says, the picture comes from a good friend. There are two different things, with the top character being separate from the other ones. I'm not sure what the top one is supposed to mean, and I'm pretty sure the bottom one is supposed to be her name. After reading through your website though I learned that there really isn't a way to translate specific characters, like for names so I'm interested in what the heck it actually is.

It might be in Japanese, I forget what she had told me.



Top character is Japanese-specific, meaning "ice". Second character means "add".

"Smirnoff ice"?

from: Dana H.
date: Tue, Aug 17, 2010 at 5:51 AM
subject: Tattoo Question

A girl I know from high school recently got this tattoo on her arm. She says it means "beautiful", but a friend of mine says that isn't so, and that is the Chinese character for beauty. The top part even looks like a series of triangle brackets, not like any Chinese character.

So what does this really mean?


means "calamity, disaster, catastrophe", and definitely not "beauty", which is .