Hibiscus Flower Tattoo Are you in need of an idea for a tattoo? Why not try the hibiscus flower. The hibiscus flower tattoo is very ancient, it dates back to the medieval times. It was done for fashion or symbolic purposes. Now, you might winder, what is the symbolic purpose of an hibiscus tattoo, it’s just a flower. For starters, the hibiscus tattoo means different things in different cultures. For instance, in Malaysia it represents honor, courage, and life. While, in China, it symbolizes virginity, wealth, gentles, and fame. The Koreans however see it as a symbol of immortality. Generally, the hibiscus is related to Femininity. It expresses the beauty and delicate nature of women. A lot of people etch this flower to their skin because it makes them look exotic and oriental. A lot of people see the flower as important to tourism and heritage especially in the pacific islands. Some other people take it to mean loyalty. Whatever hibiscus means to you or whatever you want it to mean, make sure you have a beautiful design, one you can wake up daily to see and don’t feel like you made the wrong choice. The colors of the flower also give it meaning. The yellow hibiscus denotes friendship, Purple shows wealth and royalty, blue represents serenity and fertility, Pink also represents rare beauty while white represents enlightenment. Whatever design you decide, don’t forget to get a good artiste so there are no mistakes.
Single Blooming Hibiscus.
This is a fairly large design that opens up its petals wider. You can draw a single bloom with or without leaves on either your shoulder or foot as an opening tattoo design. It is perfect.