Lily tattoos are a popular choice for tattoos for girls especially on areas like their feet, lower backs, shoulder blades, arms and necks. Lily tattoos can even be made into chains to encircle an arm or ankle. Some especially daring women may choose to even have an extra large flower tattooed up their ribcage for a beautiful effect. The use of lilies as body art goes back to 1580 BC.
Many cultures adapt the lily flower for different meanings. Lily often indicate purity and innocence and sometimes fertility. The flowers to the Chinese were a lucky charm! Pink Stargazer lily tattoos can mean success and wealth while white ones are more often adapted as signs of purity and peace.
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Cherry blossom is an omen of good fortune and is also an emblem of love, affection and represents spring. Cherry blossoms are an enduring metaphor for the fleeting nature of life, and as such are frequently depicted in art.
A Cherry blossom is a good choice of tattoo for girls because of it’s beautiful nature and meaning. When choosing a tattoo you must also consider the meaning behind it and the symbolism it portrays. To grasp the sense of this delicate flower, we must turn to the Eastern cultures, like Chinese and Japanese, in which the cherry blossom has a certain status.
In Japan, cherry blossoms (sakura) are a metaphor for life. A brief, brilliant blooming, followed by the inevitable fall.Cherry blossom is a symbol of female beauty and sexuality. Additionally, the cherry blossom is the Chinese symbol of feminine principal it also symbolized love in a language of herbs.
The cherry blossom is a common symbol in traditional Japanese woodblock art dating back many centuries, and as a consequence is often featured in Japanese tattooing which has drawn artistic inspiration from the woodblock prints for several centuries.
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