The dandelion blooms as soon as the sun's rays warm up the earth at least a little. It preserves its beauty throughout its fleeting life: both when it blooms, pleasing the eye with the cheerfulness of the sunny color, and when it turns silver, sending seeds on the way. The plant stubbornly takes root wherever the seed has fallen - it is very difficult to fight the weed. It is not surprising that a tattoo with his image is popular with both women and men. The meaning of the picture can be different, which is explained by the characteristics of the flower.
A real lifesaver is recognized as a bee flower. After a long wintering, bribes from it allows them to hold out until other flowers appear. Dandelion is used as a medicinal raw material and for cosmetic purposes, people and animals eat it. The seemingly simple weed has proven its usefulness for centuries. In Christianity, the plant was associated with the Passions of Christ, this was most likely explained by the bitter juice of the leaves. Old Dutch artists often depicted this flower when they painted paintings on religious themes. In Russia, the plant was considered knowledgeable and used in divination, as a means of protection from the evil eye, many beliefs were created about it. In Victorian England, he was credited with the ability to fulfill cherished desires.
A dandelion tattoo can have several meanings:
The plot of the drawing can be different:
The color scheme of the tattoo can be different. An aging weed is usually made in black, a young one - in rich green and yellow tones. But there are no restrictions, and the drawing can be applied in various colors, and the watercolor technique makes the image a work of art. In any version, a tattoo with a dandelion looks beautiful and original.