Could any other flower be such a universal symbol for love and elegance like the rose?
The figure of the rose is definitely iconic. However, its most widespread meanings and references can also be misleading. Despite its fragile and delicate appearance, a rose is protected by sharp thorns, so we cannot afford to let our guard down. The same applies for someone who is in love. It doesn't matter how great or endearing their devotion for their loved one seems to be, they have the same ability to cause damage if they feel threatened or hurt.
Many people decide to get a rose tattoo because they feel inspired by the duality of its meaning. It's true that the rose is one of the most common designs to be found in tattoo studios. However, they do not necessarily hold the same meaning on every skin. Every person can complement the rose design they chose to wear with a genuine and heartfelt meaning that will endow this artwork with an essence of their own and distinguish it from other designs that have been done in the past.
Like every artist, tattoo creators have the capacity to manage newer and wider range of styles to provide clients with a unique design. Aside from evoking the finest elegance and sensuality through the rose image, it is also important to capture the client's personality with every stroke. So, people will identify the tattoo for its unique layout and patterns, even if the design has been repeated.
The moment a design is engraved on your skin, an unbreakable bond is formed. Tattoos reflect the wearer's personality and life. A rose is an ideal design since it associated with devotion and love, and who wouldn't want to bear that lovely message on their skin?
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Translated by Andrea Valle Gracia