Hawaiian flower tattoo designs bring a stunning tropical beauty to body art styles. The brilliant red hibiscus and many others combine to form exotic styles from elegant to tribal. Flowers have consistently been a favorite tattoo design with the rose being the most popular. Today, a change is taking place as the Hawaiian flower tattoo continues to increase in popularity.
Tattooing is an art form that’s been observed by people from many countries for hundreds of years. People from Japan, Tahiti, and other south pacific islands, along with Native Americans have a long history with the symbolism represented by their tattoos. The Hawaiian flower tattoo taps into the mystery and allure of age old rituals. Tribal symbols with their bold, dark lines or elegant hibiscus flowers with their color and beauty gives men or women the opportunity to express their individuality in a unique way.
Today’s tattoos are less about tribal identification and more about personal expression. The particular design you choose to display reveals something about who you are or what you feel to those around you. When choosing a Hawaiian flower tattoo design take some time to think about what it is you want to express. The “unspoken” message that represents the you that no one knows.
You may want to consider a hibiscus tattoo design. The hibiscus is the state flower of Hawaii. It wasn’t until 1988 that the yellow colored hibiscus was named the official state flower. Up to that point many colors were pictured as the state flower, but they were all the same flower – the hibiscus.
Why all the excitement over the Hawaiian state flower? What does the hibiscus represent? Does it have some deeper meaning? In its simplest definition the hibiscus means delicate beauty. Another way to interpret it is rare beauty from such a delicate flower. Contrast this meaning with the bold dark lines of a tribal design and you’ll find you can easily create a style that represents your uniqueness.
Don’t get caught up in all the hype because the choice you make will have a lasting impression (unless you go through laser surgery). Choose the design that’s right for you.
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