Pink Fire Pointer January 2013

Rose Tattoo Gallery

 Red Rose Tattoo with "fearless" quote
 Unique design of Rose tattoo
 Rose and Dragon mix together on Thigh
 Full back Rose Tattoo
 Black and grey Rose Tattoo on rib and hip
Simple and Small Rose Tattoo Idea
Big Black and Grey Rose Tattoo on Shoulder

Choose Your Colors Wisely

The color of a rose has significance and meaning, so before you commit to a particular design you should choose the color that best represents the symbolism of your tattoo.
  • A red rose embodies the conventional color choice and exemplifies beauty, love, bravery, passion and romanticism
  • A red rose bud constitutes a symbol of pureness and loveliness
  • A dark red rose stands for unconscious beauty
  • A gold rose represents accomplishment
  • A pink rose bespeaks friendship, appreciation, grace, happiness and gentleness
  • A light pink rose symbolizes understanding and sweetness
  • A white rose conveys sinlessness, innocence, silence, privacy, reverence, humbleness, youthfulness and charm
  • A yellow rose personifies joyfulness, happiness, jealousy or an apology
  • A lavender rose intends fascination
  • A coral rose symbolizes desire
  • A blue rose represents impossibilities
  • A black rose traditionally represents sorrow and death

Rose Tattoo Part

First of all, which part of the rose are you going to include. Not all rose tattoo designs need the rose to be included in the design; a simple bud could be. The bud illustrates growth, and purity. Take into account what interpretations you want your tattoo to have and alter your tattoo accordingly.

Free Design for Tribal Rose Tattoo

Here Free sample of tribal rose tattoo design ideas.

Maori Tattoo Design Idea Photos Images Pictures

Maori Tattoo Is A Challenging Pain
Maori Tattoo Is A Social Status
Maori Tattoos Is The Art
I want a tattoo i wanna challenging one and i choose it . Maori

Andigenous Polynesian people found in New Zealand are called The Maori. They have a form of body art, known as moko, its so popular for them, more commonly known as Maori tattooing. The art form was brought by the Maori from Polynesia. you should be strong people.This art is considered highly sacred, and continues to be highly revered.