The hibiscus tattoo is a form of tribal tattoos. These kinds of hibiscus tattoos are native to islands in the South Pacific Ocean. The beautiful island of Hawaii is where the hibiscus tattoo originated. Nowadays not only the people of Hawaii, but people all over the world are seen sporting a hibiscus tattoo. Since the flower is very pretty, bright and colorful, more women seem to opt for this tattoo compared to men. If at all men are seen bearing a hibiscus tattoo, it is usually fused with a tribal style tattoo. Hawaiian hibiscus tattoos are mostly seen in bright colors like red, yellow, orange, white and pink. Apart from these natural colors of the flowers, these tattoos are also seen in lavender, blue, purple and green. This tattoo can be combined with other tattoos of flowers, fairies, calligraphy of one’s name, a portrait or anything tropical. Like any other flower tattoo, these tattoo have meaning and symbolic value. The hibiscus flower as a tattoo universally symbolizes delicate and fragile beauty. The tattoo in the picture is a perfect example of the beauty and style that these tattoos emphasise. It would make a wonderful addition to any personal collection of body ink.
Here is a very large hibiscus tattoo. One that that is nicely colored and shaped to go all the way up and down the side of this persons body. I suppose if you like flowers this would be a good tattoo to get. And of course, like always, if you’re already a hot chic, a big tattoo like this one will just make you look that much hotter.
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