We just love this chick’s ink! It looks like she adds to her tattoo collection often! The use of color, the small designs, complemented by the large guns and roses shoulder tattoo all work really well together. There’s always room for one more!
All red outline
You don’t just have to get all black outlines done when you tattoo. Have a look at this guy’s rose tattoo – done in a thick, all red outline. It’s an interesting choice and sure to catch people’s eyes.
All the flowers
If you like a particular design or pattern enough, you may think about continuing it across more of your body. This girl likely started out with just a little roses and then decided to continue it across her body making for a sweet effect.
The purple rose
Knowing your coloring is a great step to do before you go and get a tattoo. Some colors will complement you better than others, so they can be good to use in your tattoo designs. This redhead looks great with the purple/green combo.
A picturebook yellow rose
This rose is evocative of many older paintings of roses. If you have something quite specific in mind for your tattoo, you can bring in the painting or picture, or look up which artist draw in the same design. Instagram and Pinterest are great sources!
Rose down the thumb
A hand tattoo with a difference! This single stem rose extends down to the thumb making it an interesting and unique designs. Hand tattoos can be quite unique due to the configuraitons you can make with your ink.
On my thigh
Thighs are a popular place for women to get larger tattoos. They’re hidden so they’re okay to have with any job, and yet you can have them as large as you want, unlike the nape, arms or other such areas. Flower tattoos here are very popular!
A bevvy of beauties
Incorporating interesting patterns into the background of your tattoos can really make them stand out, like this also tribal, almost spider-web like pattern dancing in the background of these flowers and dragonfly design.
Double rosed hands
Tattooing across your entire body is becoming more and more common. This means large tattoos on hands, fingers, toes and necks! Make sure that you have a good looking design and skilled artist before you get into the chair!
Rose and butterfly
What is out there, when you look out into your ideal garden? surely it’s a beutiful butterfly fluttering through the flowers. Butterflies make the ideal companion to your rose tattoo, as you can see by this girl’s tatt of an awesome monarch butterfly alongside her rose.
Just a cup of tea
This tattoo is an awesome design – with the cracked teacup amid the roses. However, the execution of this tattoo isn’t great. Whether it’s from an unstable tattooists hand or from poor aftercare, you can see the lines aren’t striaght and have variable thicknesses.
Intricate rose an ruby