Henna Tattoo

Gaining in popularity is the Henna Tattoo. They are not enduring and wear out a paste called Henna which customarily stains the top part of the skin. These tattoos are brown in color but can manufacture shades using a variety of mixes. Adding things to the paste such as coffee, fruits, and so on., can attain this effect, while adding together baby and smear with oil gives it strength in its color and duration.

2-4 weeks is how long the normal tattoo will keep on. It depends on the henna paste being used along with the precision of the tattooed area.

Tiger Tattoo

Sharing many aspects of symbolism with lion tattoos, tiger tattoos are a common choice, a combination of beauty and strength. Tigers are the king of animals and a popular symbol in the Eastern world.

Tiger tattoo art can have the following symbolic meaning (besides your own):
  • Power and might.
  • Pride and beauty.
  • Passion and sensuality.
  • Cruelty and violence.
  • Purity and courage.
  • In Japan, the samurai used the tiger as an emblem, for obvious reasons.
  • Tiger images and statues are used to ward off evil spirits and bring luck to families and businesses.
  • In some cultures, tigers are believed to punish sinners.

Rose Tattoo

Rose tattoos are one of the most popular choices amongst women.
While butterfly and fairy tattoos are also highly popular feminine designs, the rose is something that can be easily incorporated into almost any design and modified to the exact shape, color and size that you want.