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Bow Tattoos And Designs

One popular tattoo that women may consider is the bow tattoo. Bow tattoos portray a bow, sometimes tied, sometimes loose, or perhaps with lace. Bow tattoos are usually worn by women, but some men may choose such a tattoo. The bow tattoo can hold symbolic value to those who wear such a tattoo.

The bow tattoo offers a woman a variety of different things as a tattoo. Bow tattoos are cute and decorative. In a sense, they are fashionable. Some women choose bow tattoos that they can wear jewelry or clothing with. Since the bow tattoo can be designed in various sizes, it can nearly be placed anywhere on the body. Popular areas for bow tattoos include the arms, wrist, and legs.

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Dove Tattoo – Devotion To Love

When it comes to widely known symbols, the dove ranks as one of the most well known symbols around the world. The dove has always been a constant symbol of peace and love. Due to the widely recognition of the dove, dove tattoos are popular all around the globe. When it comes to symbolizing love, the dove ranks right up there with the rose and heart.

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Dreamcatcher Tattoom – Vocation Of Traditional Power

Dreamcatcher Tattoo – While many tangible aspects of Native American culture have found popularity in modern America, from moccasins to beaded bags, none seems to have resonated like the dreamcatcher of the Anishinabe. Although they have been given tribal names like Chippewa in the United States and Ojibway in Canada, the word that these people actually use for themselves is “Anishinabe” or “original people.” Straddling the border between the north-central United States and Southern Canada, these Native Americans or First Peoples have managed to continually occupy their original territories, unlike neighboring plains groups who were forcibly relocated.

Because dreamcatchers can now be found everywhere from the tribes of the northern plains to groups in the Pueblo Southwest and even Central America, the origin stories of the dreamcatcher differ. Most, however, tend to at least share a similar use which, as the name implies, involves catching bad dreams while letting the good ones pass through.

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Butterfly Tattoo – Unique Transformation

Butterfly Tattoo – For most people, when they think about tattoo imagery, the subject matter of insects probably does not spring immediately to mind. In fact, it’s probably not even a close second. Yet one of the most popular designs being done today, probably ranking right at the top of those being done on women, and a symbol that has even come to typify the tattoos of the 90s, is the butterfly. While tattoos that use butterflies surely do capitalize on their great beauty and diversity, they are also highly symbolic creatures in many cultures, including our own.

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