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Tattoo of Lowerback 2

Femininity, carpe diem

by GiErre »
2013, Nov 20th
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DESCRIPTION AND MEANING:

Alessandra requested a Polynesian styled lower back tattoo emphasizing the lines of the body and representing patience, courage and self-confidence.

We prepared two versions of it: this one, more feminine and coloured and another one more symmetrical and bold, visible on this page.

The flower of hibiscus symbolizes femininity, beauty and carpe diem while the flowers of frangipani represent beauty and safety, patience.
The central shape recalls a manta to symbolize freedom and spear heads represent the warrior, courage and strength to face any change (the waves).

Birds symbolize travels, watching the world from a higher perspective and self-confidence.

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