Tribal rose tattoos are popular among both men and women for decades. With its delicate beauty, rose brings in various meanings, such as love, beauty, death and intoxication.
For the Romans and Ancient Greeks, rose represented beauty and love, while for Christians, rose represents the Virgin Mary.
Sailors, who had to stay long times on the seas, sported rose tattoo as it was symbolic to their love for their wife.
If you are looking for a big rose tattoo, then upper back would be a great choice.
Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love, is depicted with ornamenting her head, feet and neck.
Blue roses does not exist. Still, it did not stop people from choosing the color blue. It is believed that blue rose represents fantasy, fascination, impossibility and unattainable.
Often people see rose as a representation of balance as the beauty of the flower is contrasted by the thorns. The small red rose with cunningly sketched thorns just represent that.
Shoulder appears to be the perfect spot to showcase this piece f beauty.
According to some, the number of rose petals is linked to numerology; and whether the rose is open or still in bud.