There are some people in the world that have a green thumb, and everything they plant grows beautifully whether it is vegetables or flowers. One popular item that people can grow are roses, but not everyone has the talent and skill to make their roses bloom. However, why bother growing roses when you can just get a rose tattoo instead!
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An intricate design featuring delicately coiled petals makes the rose special. No flower has been celebrated in songs, poems and stories as much over the centuries, as the rose. Not only is the rose known for its sweet and seductive smell, its radiant shades also make it ideal in tattoos. The many colors of roses are associated with special meanings in traditional cultures. A red rose tattoo is usually inked as an ode to eternal love and passion.
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The pigment of the skin is changed by injecting colorful inks into the dermis layer of the skin. It bears an ancient heritage. It has been an Eurasian practice since the Neolithic times. Pre-Christian Germanic, Celtic and other central and north European tribes were often heavily tattooed. Evidences also show that the tribes used to have special tattoo ceremonies. Various cultures have their specific tattoos bearing particular symbolic meanings.
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The name of the special departed one inked alongside the rose gives a personal touch to such tattoos. You can get a rose inked on different parts of your body. If you want the world to see your beautiful rose tattoo, inking it on the foot, leg or any part of the arm is a good idea. You can also conceal your rose tattoo on an intimate part of your anatomy. The stomach or the side of your body are ideal for rose tattoos that whisper a secret about passion, love and desire. Rose tattoos can come in colors other than red. Pink roses often show the bloom of fresh love. Yellow rose tattoos can be inked to celebrate a beautiful friendship. Check out these lovely rose tattoo ideas.
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If you are looking for a rose tattoo, why not go for the unusual blue? Wear this tattoo of a blue rose as a single bud, garland or bouquet. It can be in full bloom, with or without thorns. This artificial colored rose, made with blue dye, represents the imaginative or the wishful thinking world. A blue rose could also mean fighting against all odds to attain the impossible and walking on an unknown path. On the other hand, a blue rose also represents a manipulative and a conniving person and a complex personality. Decide what your blue rose tattoo would like to say.
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The rose can be inked with or without its thorns. In the 1940s, sailors used to had rose tattoos inked on them with the name or the initials of the beloved whom they had left at home. The rose also means the purity and Love. The rose tattoo is neither masculine or feminine as both men and women have the rose tattoos inked on their bodies. The rose tattoo can also be in memory of some dear person who has parted from life. The commonest color of a traditional rose tattoo is red although there are other color variations of the tattoo, each color implying a different meaning of beauty.
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