Best Female Tattoos Biography
Before I even start with the most popular tattoo designs among women, I absolutely have to tell you that choosing a design should be based on things you love and things that mean something to you. No matter how much is a certain design popular, or how good it would look on you, if it has no meaning, you’ll be bored pretty soon. On the other hand, if something that is completely not feminine has a certain meaning to you – that’s your best design.
It’s always better to choose a tattoo design with a meaning, than according to what is considered masculine or feminine. If you want to girl it up, rather do that with some details or choose a more feminine place.
I have at least five female friends that at a certain point in their lives said, that if they would ever get a tattoo it would be cherry blossom. This is one of the most popular tattoo designs among women, and there’s a good reason. Cherry blossoms are beautiful and extremely feminine.
The most popular places for cherry blossom tattoos are back, ribs, wrists and ankles. They are more often done in color than in black and grey, because they have this wonderful pink shade that looks great on girls’ skin. In Japanese culture, cherry blossom is a symbol of life, while in Chinese it represents feminine principal, love and female beauty and sexuality.
Among best tattoo designs for women is of course a floral design. Almost every girl that has tattoos has at least one flower.
Different flowers have different meanings. Chrysanthemum for example is a symbol of perfection, but it’s also a flower of death in Japanese culture. Hibiscus flower stands for delicate beauty and seizing the moment. Rose and lotus flower have same meanings in the west and in the east – they are symbols of pure love.
Floral designs could really differ and they are perfect at almost every part of your body. Choose between color, and black and grey and get a flower that suits you best.
Vine tattoos could be the extension of floral tattoos or they could be a completely separate design. They are usually big tattoos, either on your back, your ribs or around your ankles. They have somewhat swirly texture and they follow the natural curves of your body, so they really look fantastic.
Vines represent bonds, love and commitment. Ivy represents immortality, but also a strong bond with another person. Ivy grows only around another tree, but unlike mistletoe it doesn’t kill the tree. They live together. It is also a symbol of strength, and it’s thought to bring good luck and joy.
Butterflies are maybe the most common tattoo design among girls. Previously known as “the tramp stamp”, butterfly tattoos are no longer considered to have that meaning. Today they are mostly considered to be symbols of beauty and love.
One of the most popular places to get a butterfly tattoo is – hips. Either one, or symmetrically two butterflies on each hip, these tattoos are only visible when you’re in underwear or swimming suit, but they really do look beautiful. I would definitely suggest choosing a full color rather than black and grey for a butterfly tattoo. That way, you’ll get all the magnificence of the colors that make butterflies so beautiful in the first place.