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Peacock Feather Tattoo Designs

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Tattoo Center. Peacock Feather Tattoo Designs. A peacock feather tattoo is a beautiful tattoo which usually tries to capture the beauty and the detail of the peacock feather. Peacock feather tattoos are not only beautiful, but have a deeper meaning. A peacock feather can be an ideal tattoo. The unique beauty of the peacock feather has always been fascinating to us. This lens is created to explain the symbolism of the peacock feather and give you some inspiration for your own design.

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Peacock feathers represent pride, and by extension, nobility and glory. Peacocks are also known to eat poisonous plants with no ill effects, making their feathers a symbol of incorruptibility and immortality. In ancient Greece, the peacock was the patron bird of the goddess Hera. According to myth, she placed "eyes" on its feathers, symbolizing all-seeing knowledge and the wisdom of the heavens. Hindu mythology associates peacocks with the god Lakshmi. The feathers thus represent her qualities: kindness, patience and good fortune. Buddhists associate peacock feathers with openness, since the birds display everything when they spread their tails. Buddhists also ascribe great meaning to the bird's diet of poisonous plants--the ability to thrive in the face of suffering.

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The peacock is a symbol of immortality. In ancient time men believed the flesh of the peacock would not decay after a peacock died. Ancient Christian paintings and works of art often depict a peacock because of that. Peacock feathers are still used during Easter to decorate a church. The peacock symbol in this context is directly linked to Christ. A peacock can eat poisonous plants without getting sick.

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The peacock is a symbol of renewal. Every year a peacock replaces his feathers. The peacock naturally replaces his feathers annually; as such, the peacock is also a symbol of renewal. In earlier times people believed that two peacocks guarded the gates of paradise. In christian art angels are depicted with wings of peacock feathers. Rebirth is symbolized by two peacocks drinking from a chalice. If you want to wear a peacock feather but a tattoo is not your thing, have a look at these. Beautiful pieces of jewelry. Buy them for yourself or even better buy them as a gift for someone else :D.

Tribal Peacock Tattoo Designs

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Tribal Peacock Tattoo Design Picture 1

Tattoo Center. Tribal Peacock Tattoo Designs. Peacock feather tattoo designs were very popular around the world since ancient times. As a matter of fact, a number of people who are fascinated by this bird. More often than not a peacock is believed to be female, but is actually the male of the family of peacocks. Women are actually less elegant and attractive. The peacock is well known for its luxury and green tail, gold, blue, after a fan exposes the eyes on the board of the pen. The peacock’s tail is often used to make tattoos peacock feathers.

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Tribal Peacock Tattoo Design Picture 2

I’m sure you’ve heard the expression “proud as a peacock.” The attributes associated with tattoos peacock feathers are pride, vanity and strutting arrogance, as if they were assigned to a peacock . Peacock is also known as bird with 100 eyes, “because of the trend on its tail. The so-called” eyes “has become a favorite mythical metaphor, which means that everyone is to see the hidden violations. In the mythology of Egypt, Greece and Rome, was the peacock feather is considered a symbol of the “evil eye”.

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Tribal Peacock Tattoo Design Picture 3

In Chinese culture, a peacock was seen as a symbol of high military value, and was more often associated with men, a great honor and commitment to serve our country. In Buddhism it is believed that the eyes never look at a feather that represents the conscience. It ‘also a lot of symbolism attached to the Peacock in Indian mythology as well.

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Tribal Peacock Tattoo Design Picture 4

For some, a tattoo peacock feather is a symbol of eternal beauty and life, and is therefore one of the most popular tattoo designs. Other meanings are linked to royalty, vitality, sensuality, expansiveness, generosity, immortality, longevity, love, sexuality, vigilance, compassion and desire. Peacock is said to be solar animal, so the tattoo of peacock feathers to convey attitudes such as radiation, honor, stimulation, life, health and renewal.

Peacock Tattoos Designs

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Peacock Tattoos Design Picture 1

Tattoo Center. Peacock Tattoos Designs. This is Peacock Tattoo Design for girls or women, these types of Peacock Designs are known by all as an extremely beautiful bird due to its striking plumage. Peacock Tattoos are perfect for applying to a large area of skin such as the back and front. The Peacock, or rather its feather, has become a very popular choice in a variety of Tattoos. Peacock Tattoos are popular because of their ability to truly explore the colors that are possible with Tattoo ink.

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Peacock Tattoos Design Picture 2

So, these are one of the best Ideas for Peacock Tattoos. But you too can create some of the Amazing Tattoos, simply by using a little bit of your imagination and creativity. The most important point however, is to choose the right color scheme that complements your complexion, and the Tattoo that suits your personality and elegance.

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Peacock Tattoos Design Picture 3

The peacock design of tattoos are most often represented in Asian and Middle East tattoo designs and are very popular because of its vibrant colors. However, in Europe, the peacock’s feathers are regarded with high suspicion because of a fiasco in their ancient mythologies. Peacock tattoos, or sometimes, the peacock’s feathers, have indeed become a very popular option when it comes to tattoo designs. China believes that the peacock is a representative of royalty and to have peacocks as pets or visitors to your home can be seen as a very auspicious thing.

Foot Mehndi Henna Tattoos

Foot Mehndi Henna Tattoo Picture 1
Foot Mehndi Henna Tattoo Picture 1

Tattoo Center. Foot Mehndi Henna Tattoos. The origin of the art of tattooing can be traced back to the Neolithic times and has been practiced by people across the world for centuries. Though it was initially used for spiritual and identification purposes, this art of tattooing expanded its horizons and soon became identified as a form of cosmetic. Tattoos are made by injecting ink into the layers of the skin. Most of them are permanent, but some can be removed fully or partially through laser treatments. The permanent nature of tattoos was considered a drawback, as a particular tattoo has to be carried throughout life.

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Foot Mehndi Henna Tattoo Picture 2

Henna is a flowering plant, commonly found in the semi-arid regions of the world. The leaves of the henna plant (Lawsonia inermis) contain a red dye molecule called lawsone, which can bond with protein. Hence, the paste of these leaves have been used by people since time immemorial for dyeing fabrics and coloring hair, skin and nails. Traditionally, henna was used to draw delicate patterns on the hands and feet. Gradually, people started using henna designs as a replacement for conventional tattoos. Unlike other types of temporary tattoos, henna tattoos cannot be made in a wide range of colors. The latter can come up with shades of reds, browns and near blacks. But beware of some henna products, which may contain harmful chemicals. Hence, it is always better to use natural henna for tattoos and body art.

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Foot Mehndi Henna Tattoo Picture 3

Henna tattoos are made of henna paste, which is applied on the skin in the desired pattern. It is left on the skin for several hours to facilitate staining. The stain will last for around two weeks to one month, depending on the method of application and after-care. One of the reasons behind the popularity of henna tattoos is its temporary nature. The tattoo will fade on its own and there is no need of adopting tattoo removal. Even if you want to remove these tattoos, it is very easy, as compared to conventional ones. You don't have to sport the same design for a whole lifetime. Another reason is the lack of pain associated with the conventional tattoos, which need needles to etch the design. In case of henna tattoos, only henna paste is required.

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Foot Mehndi Henna Tattoo Picture 4

Basically, traditional designs can be classified into African, Arabic and Indian. Other types include the Middle East style, which is inspired by the Arabic style. The Indonesian or Southeast Asian styles are a combination of Indian and Middle Eastern designs with blocks of color on the tips of fingers and toes. The North American style mainly deals with geometric floral patterns. From small motifs, elaborate designs are etched on the skin. Apart from these designs, there are many modern ones like Celtic designs, which are also in vogue. As far as henna tattoo designs are concerned, your imagination is the limit. Splurge your creativity and create your own designs.

Mehndi Henna Tattoo Designs

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Mehndi Henna Tattoo Design Picture 1

Tattoo Center. Mehndi Henna Tattoo Designs. Henna powder is derived from a plant (actually a bush), Lawsonia inermis, commonly found in the Middle East and other areas where the climate is hot and dry. The bush is harvested, dried, and then crushed to make henna powder. Henna itself is used for many things such as hair treatment, heat rash relief, and skin conditioner to name a few. The top leaves of the plant are best for Mehndi, while the lower part of the plant is used for the other purposes. Henna paste is what is made to apply henna art designs.

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Mehndi Henna Tattoo Design Picture 2

Henna powder itself is green in color, but the stain it leaves behind is usually an orange-red color. There are many suppliers now that offer henna in a variety of colors but these are not recommended. Pure henna has had little to no incident of allergic reaction. When colors are added to natural henna, reactions can be mild to severe. Black henna especially has been known to cause serious skin burns as a result of the chemicals added to it to produce the black color effect. Henna is best to be appreciated in its purest form.

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Mehndi Henna Tattoo Design Picture 3

Most who are familiar with henna have seen the traditional designs. These beautifully intricate patterns are similar to those used for the marriage ceremonies and other rituals. They usually adorn the hands and feet of the wearer, and require that they remain still for many hours to apply the paste and then allow it to dry. Henna color has been known to take best to the hands and feet due to their dry properties which soak up and hold the color better, but henna can be applied anywhere. How well your skin takes to the henna will depend on each individual's skin properties.

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Mehndi Henna Tattoo Design Picture 4

Today, henna has been done in many forms including more contemporary designs. Some contemplating a permanent tattoo might apply henna first to see if they like the look before making a permanent decision. Some just enjoy having a temporary design they know will wash off in a few weeks. Whatever your reasons might be for being interested in henna, you are delving into a beautiful form of art rich in culture.

Foot Owl Tattoos

Women Foot Owl Tattoo
Women Foot Owl Tattoo

Tattoo Center. Foot Owl Tattoos. Owl tattoos, as you probably guessed are symbols of wisdom and experience, but they also have a close attachment to the human soul, and in some cultures they are said to possess unearthliness and hold the balance between the mortal world and the spirit. Deeply rooted in many different myths from cultures around the world, an owl tattoo can have a verity of reasons to be placed upon the human canvas.

Foot Owl Tattoo
Foot Owl Tattoo

When most people get an owl tattoo they decide to keep it simple and go with a more traditional approach, opting for a short and stocky build, with its signature big round eyes taking up most of the face. Girls generally like to go cute with their owl tattoo and use smiley faces, and portray their owl in a fun loving manner by having it dance or sketched it into a patchwork design with bright and vivid colors. Also popular is the tribal owl tattoo with its roots mostly set in Native American cultures.

Women Owl Tattoo On Foot
Women Owl Tattoo On Foot

This simple like print or outline of the owls image can be very elegant and distinct. Another nice reason for placing an owl tattoo is the fact that you can add so many other images with the design to reflect more personality, seen with starry nights, wooded scenes, and even rainbows, the owl tattoo can add charisma to any canvas.Owl tattoos can be a very fun design and can be taken in a verity of different directions. One of the less considered images, the owl tattoo can find a place anywhere on the body for its important meaning or just as a cute and fun design, rest assured, the owl tattoo will always have at home.

Celtic Owl Tattoo Designs

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Celtic Owl Tattoo Design Picture 1

Tattoo Center. Celtic Owl Tattoo Designs. In the western tradition owl is inextricably associated with the quality of wisdom. This is due in part to its ancient associations with the Goddess Athena, and also with its large forward-facing eyes. In Welsh tradition, the owl is among the most ancient of animals, second only to the eagle and the salmon of knowledge. It was the third animal that Culhwch asks regarding the whereabouts of Mabon. Whereas the salmon of knowledge offers a general kind of wisdom, the owl is symbolic of a more circumspect wisdom. It is objective and detached from the mundane.

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Celtic Owl Tattoo Design Picture 2

Owl watches and waits, in ruined castles, church towers, barns, and hollow trees. The owl is symbolic of esoteric wisdom and secrecy. In folklore the owl is associated with death, night, and silence. The owl is much noted for its unique feather and wing structure which allows it to fly silently. Owls have acute hearing, and use a kind of echo-location to hunt their prey. The owl can be a symbol of both silence and the ability to hear those things that others might miss. An owl totem can be a sign that one would benefit from listening more.

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Celtic Owl Tattoo Design Picture 3

One of the Celtic names for owl is "Cailleach-oidchce" (crone of the night), linking the owl with the Black Goddess as the Cailleach. The Black Goddess is the Lady of life-in-death and the call of the owl is seen as an omen of both the birth of a girl or the death of a man. This ability to foretell the future links the owl with clairvoyance and astral travel. Another Goddess figure who was also transformed into an owl as punishment for betraying her husband is the Sumerian-Jewish Lilith.

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Celtic Owl Tattoo Design Picture 4

Lilith is also associated with wisdom, as folklore tradition makes her the serpent in the Garden of Eden who offered forth the fruit of the Tree of Knowledge to Eve. To the Ojibwa tribe of North America the owl is a symbol of evil and death. To the Pueblo, it represented Skeleton Man, Lord of death and fertility. To the Pawnee the owl was a powerful symbol of protection. Owls are sometimes nailed, wings spread, over the doors of barns to protect livestock from evil spirits, both in North American and in European tradition.

Tribal Owl Tattoo Designs

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Tribal Owl Tattoo Design Picture 1

Tattoo Center. Tribal Owl Tattoo Designs. Most owls hunt at night, although some species of the bird prefer to hunt at dusk and dawn. Because of the dull color of their feathers, owls can camouflage themselves incredibly well and wait quietly for prey, blending into the shapes and shadows of trees and houses. Because of this long wait for prey, owls have become associated with patience; one of the core values of wisdom. Tattoos of owls are often a sign that the tattoo owner is willing to wait for what they want.

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Tribal Owl Tattoo Design Picture 2

Owl tattoos sometimes show the owl perched on a branch or rooftop. The silhouette of a sitting owl is almost always an oval with two peaks on the head for ears. The shapes created by the folded wings and the feathers around the bird’s eyes have inspired many tattoo designers to get creative with the design. In owl tattoos, the eye feathers are often portrayed in a creative, abstract fashion, drawing attention to the large, bold eyes of the bird.

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Tribal Owl Tattoo Design Picture 3

Tattoos of owls are often chosen as a symbol of mysticism and magic. There are stories from around the world that portray the owl as a messenger between the land of the living and the kingdom of the dead. In many storybooks about magic, including the Harry Potter series, owls are described as being companions for witches and magicians.

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Tribal Owl Tattoo Design Picture 4

Owls are associated with darkness and the night. In many owl tattoos, the bird is accompanied by a moon or stars, each of which add their own meaning to the owl tattoo. The owl is sometimes referred to as the King of the Night because they rule the night skies, bringing silent death from above without warning. Owls can see in the night, a characteristic that tribal people once believed was a magical ability. In tattoos, an owl looking into the darkness is a symbol of courage; the ability to look into the darker aspects of life and not be afraid.

Owl Tattoo Designs

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Owl Tattoo Design Picture 1

Tattoo Center. Owl Tattoo Designs. Owl tattoos, as you perhaps supposed are symbols of knowledge and experience, but they also have a close addition to the human soul, and in some cultures they are said to own unearthliness and hold the stability between the corporeal world and the spirit. Deeply rooted in many different legends from cultures around the world, an owl tattoo can have a range of reasons to be placed upon the human canvas.

Owl Tattoo Design Picture 2
Owl Tattoo Design Picture 2

In Africa the owl is linked with witchcraft and sorcery. To the Bantu the owl is the associate of wizards. In eastern Africa, the Swahili believe that the owl brings illness to children. Zulus in southern Africa view the owl as a bird of sorcerers, and in the western part of the Africa the bird is considered a messenger of wizards and witches. In Madagascar owls are said to gather with witches and dance on the graves of the dead.

Owl Tattoo Design Picture 3
Owl Tattoo Design Picture 3

Many owl tattoos show the owl sat on a stem with the moon in the background. However, in some cases a stand alone owl is enough for the wearer. Owls can be pictured in black and white or in color. You can have them sat down or in mid trip. If you’re thinking about having an owl tattoo done because of its spiritual backdrop then adding a few lively colors will add to the bird’s mystical appearance. Owl tattoos look brilliant on men and women just make sure to check out a few designs before making a concrete decision.

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Owl Tattoo Design Picture 4

When most people obtain an owl tattoo they choose to keeps it simple and go with a more customary approach, opting for a small and sturdy build, with its signature big round eyes taking up most of the face. Girls generally like to go cute with their owl tattoo and use smiley faces, and portray their owl in a fun loving manner by having it dance or sketched it into a patchwork design with bright and vivid colors. Also popular is the tribal owl tattoo with its roots mostly set in Native American cultures. This simple like print or outline of the owl’s image can be very elegant and distinct.

Sugar Owl Tattoo Designs

Sugar Owl Tattoo Design Picture 1
Sugar Owl Tattoo Design Picture 1

Tattoo Center. Sugar Owl Tattoo Designs. The owl is sacred to the Greek goddess of learning, Athena and is even depicted on some Greco-Roman currency as a symbol of status, intelligence and of course, wealth. In ancient Egyptian, Celtic, and Hindu cultures the symbolic meaning of owl revolved around guardianship of the underworlds, and a protection of the dead.

Sugar Owl Tattoo Design Picture 2
Sugar Owl Tattoo Design Picture 2

In this light the owl was ruler of the night and seer of souls. A misunderstanding of this necessary relationship gave the owl some negative associations with death. It should be clear that the owl was honored as the keeper of spirits who had passed from one plane to another. Often myth indicates the owl accompanying a spirit to the underworld - winging it's newly freed soul from the physical world into the realm of spirit.

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Sugar Owl Tattoo Design Picture 3

Native Americans associated the meaning of owl with wisdom, foresight, and keeper of sacred knowledge. This may largely be due to the fact that the owl is a great foreteller of weather conditions. Also its ability to see at night is legend among the Native Americans, and this attribute would be invoked during ceremonies when an oracle of secret knowledge was required.

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Sugar Owl Tattoo Design Picture 4

Similarly, West African and Aboriginal Australian cultures viewed the owl as a messenger of secrets, kin to sorcerers, as well as companions to seers, mystics and medicine people. During medieval times in western and central Europe it was fabled that owls were actually priestesses (witches) and wizards in disguise. To this day the owl is considered a witch's familiar (an animal soul-spirit linked to a spiritual person via a unique, communicative bond).

Mexican Sugar Skull Tattoo On Foot

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Mexican Sugar Skull Tattoo On Foot Picture 1

Tattoo Center. Mexican Sugar Skull Tattoo On Foot. Mexican sugar skulls are a popular Day of the Dead icon that are easily recognizable and appreciated the world over. Known for their color and humor, Mexican sugar skulls embody a light-hearted view of death that many find refreshing. For those who celebrate Dia de los Muertos, death does not mean the end of existence. Instead, life continues in another form after the earthly body has been shed. A Day of the Dead skull tattoo is a great way to memorialize someone you've loved and lost.

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Mexican Sugar Skull Tattoo On Foot Picture 2

The colors and symbolism of Mexican skull tattoo designs create a vibrant, living reminder of the loving connection between you and your loved one. You can choose to have the person's name inked onto your skin as well. Even if you don't have someone specific in mind, decorating your skin with a Dia de los Muertos skull tattoo is also a way to express your views on life and death, to visually communicate your personal philosophy or spirituality. Many people get sugar skull tattoos simply because they like the way it looks and feel a special resonance with those Mexican tattoo designs.

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Mexican Sugar Skull Tattoo On Foot Picture 3

Although a lot of skull tattoo designs can be scary or creepy, sugar skull tattoos are usually the opposite. Day of the Dead tattoos are usually beautiful designs that are humorous and colorful. If you're thinking of getting a Day of the Dead skull tattoo, check out the sugar skull tattoo art designs on this page to spark your creativity. You can also check out my sugar skulls art to get ideas for Day of the Dead skull tattoo designs.

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Mexican Sugar Skull Tattoo On Foot Picture 4

Be sure to carefully consider the placement of your sugar skull tattoo, because certain parts of your body will allow for greater detail than others. The complexity of your Mexican tattoo design will depend on where you have it made – for instance, a back tattoo will obviously give you more room to work with than an arm or leg tattoo.

Mexican Skull Tattoo Designs

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Mexican Skull Tattoo Design Picture 1

Tattoo Center. Mexican Skull Tattoo Designs. Tattoos have been an important part of modern epoch. They are a way of expressing oneself and making a statement on the individual's beliefs in life. It also becomes a way of letting the world know your identity and is also brilliant way to commemorate lost loved ones. Of all tattoos, the Mexican skull tattoo is perhaps one of the most famous. Thousands of people choose to adorn their bodies with permanent color using the Mexican skull tattoo.

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Mexican Skull Tattoo Design Picture 2

The Mexican religious festival of the Day of the Dead or El Dia de los Muertos, is a day to remember loved ones who have passed away. The festivities begin on the midnight of October 31. The skull, also called sugar skulls, is a popular symbol used on this day in masks or 'calacas'. This tradition has inspired using sugar skulls as tattoos. These tattoos are extremely colorful and use hues such as pink, red, light green, purple, dark violet etc. Tattoo artists use their own skill and creativity to make tattoos which stand out in color, symbolism and design.

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Mexican Skull Tattoo Design Picture 3

By researching the kind of design and style you wish to have for your tattoo, you'll be able to move away from traditional sugar skull tattoos and create one which will have more relevance and meaning for you. You could add flowers, wings, stars and hearts, which are widely used with skull tattoos.

Skull Star Tattoo Designs

Skull Star Tattoo Design
Skull Star Tattoo Design

Tattoo Center. Skull Star Tattoo Designs. Star tattoos are some of the most popular tattoos in both men and women. Some of them like the stars twinkle little tattoo looks very feminine while others like the nautical stars very masculine. The people who chose a star tattoo has a different reason. For some people, they just like the appearance of a star tattoo on one particular part of their bodies. For others, they connect themselves or their lives to the meaning of star tattoos.

Star Skull Tattoo Design
Star Skull Tattoo Design

One of the basic meaning of star tattoos is that the user wants to achieve something, such as destination, and the tattoo is a reminder that he must never give up to get what she wants. This indicates the wearer's determination to achieve his goal. Star Tattoo Designs two Another meaning is the user's fundamental interest in all things related to astronomy. The user must have been very interested in this subject that he wants other people to identify themselves as people who like to know about the heavens and heavenly bodies every time they see a tattoo.

Praying Hands Tattoo Designs

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Praying Hands Tattoo Design Picture 1

Tattoo Center. Praying Hands Tattoo Designs. The praying hands tattoo is a very popular religious tattoo and it is considered to be "appropriate". The praying hands tattoo can also serve as a memorial tattoo and decoration. The praying hands tattoo can also serve as an inspirational tattoo. These are only three of the many reasons that the praying hands tattoo is considered to be a popular tattoo design. The praying hands tattoo can also be designed with several different symbols. In this article, we will learn quotes and Bible versus that are often considered for praying hands tattoo designs.

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Praying Hands Tattoo Design Picture 2

You will have a chance to view praying hands tattoo designs, learn the symbolism behind the praying hands tattoo, and hopefully you will gain ideas and inspiration for your praying hands tattoo. To many, the praying hands tattoo is considered to be an appropriate religious tattoo. In this case, the praying hands tattoo can symbolize one's religion, faith, and God. In praying hands tattoo designs, you may see a cross being held or rosary beads. Both symbols are usually designed in praying hands tattoos trying to symbolize their love and faith for their religion. In this variation of the praying hands tattoo, there may be quotes that reference God or Bible verses. Below, you can find examples of both. Anything below may be designed with praying hands tattoos.

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Praying Hands Tattoo Design Picture 3

The praying hands tattoo is also used as a memorial tattoo as well. This variation of the praying hands tattoo may only portray praying hands or it can include rosary beads and a cross as well. In such designs, you may see "In Loving Memory" or "In Memory of." Praying hand tattoos that are designed for this purpose usually show who is being dedicated within the tattoo. For example, if your getting the praying hands tattoo to show dedication for your mother or father, you may see "Father" or "Mother" inked somewhere in the design. In most cases, words are added on ribbons or with fancy writing.

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Praying Hands Tattoo Design Picture 4

Praying hand tattoos designed for this purpose can also include dates of birth and death. There are a variety of different symbols that are designed with praying hands tattoos. Praying hand tattoos can include stars, roses, doves, swallows, crosses, angels, rosary beads, ivy, vines, and wings. Most of the writing within praying hands tattoos are done on beautiful ribbons. Clouds and rays of sun can also be designed within the praying hands tattoo design. Some people choose to have artwork within the praying hands tattoo design. Overall, there is a lot you can do with praying hands tattoos.
 
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