When choosing a tattoo, girls are guided by a flower horoscope or the language of flowers. Flower tattoos will emphasize the femininity, elegance and tenderness of the girl, adding personality. Soft execution of sketches for girls is obtained in the style of watercolor. A small flower tattoo covers the scars, turning the unaesthetic into a beautiful one. In the female version of the tattoo sketch, you can find combinations of colors and butterflies, as a symbol of cyclicity and rebirth. The combination of colors and a dagger means murderous the power of beauty and its danger. A ladybug can be placed on a flower petal, a symbol of a successful marriage, youth and kindness. In the tattoo under the breast, flowers are combined with precious stones and a grid, turning them into an ornament.
A rose is a popular flower for old-school tattoos, it is combined with an anchor, a clock, a heart or used as a frame for the main composition. Tattoo sketches for men in oriental style are often I decorate with flowers: tiger and sakura, carp and peony, demon and lotus. The background for this is monochrome, and the flowers themselves are bright. Most often, in male tattoos, flowers are used to contrast with rough, brutal objects, enhancing their meaning. B/W tattoo flowers for men combine the skull, weapons or religious symbols '>in the style Chicano. In this style, girls ' tattoos are also performed together with flowers.
The meaning of a flower tattoo varies depending on the choice of flower, the color of the petals and the choice of a place on the body.
In the East, women have created a language of flowers in order to express their emotions and feelings. In Japan, the cornflower is a symbol of the beauty of life, the dahlia is a symbol of gratitude. In the Middle Ages, the water lily decorated the dresses of girls as a symbol of purity and purity. In ancient Egypt, the lotus symbolized the resurrection from the dead. In Prussia, daffodils were given for a wedding, as a symbol of a happy marriage. In the Ancient Greece was strewn with rose petals on the way of the winners. In ancient Persia, the capital was called Susa, which means "the city of lilies". In France, the lily is considered the flower of Louis, since under Louis XII it decorated all the facades of buildings. In Hinduism, according to the legend, the goddess Lakshmi was born from an opened rosebud. In Chinese fairy tales, rich and powerful heroes always decorate their gardens with peonies as a symbol of wealth.