Dahlia Flower Tattoo meaning – warning (like a lighthouse), beauty (like a hibiscus), health (like a leaf), devotion (like a dove), fertility (like an orchid), charm (like a paisley), elegance, change (like the hourglass), etc. Most important, before actually getting a flower tattoo make sure you really want it. Some people get tattoos because it’s trendy, while others get tattoos because they like them.
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Dahlia Flower Tattoo symbolism:
- National symbol: do you know that the dahlia flower is the national symbol of the Mexico country? Dahlia flower was declared the national flower in Mexico in the year 1963. Do you know that the dahlia flower was also used as a food crop by Aztecs?
- History of dahlia flowers: some people say that the dahlia was named after Anders Dahl. Other people say that the dahlia name came from another person – Linnaeus. If you want to read more about the history of the dahlia flower, please go here.
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Dahlia Flower Tattoos on celebrities – I don’t know about any celebrities with dahlia flower tattoos, but I know plenty of celebrities with flower tattoos, as following: Zayn Malik (he got a flower tattoo design on his wrist), Christina Aguilera (she also have a flower tattoo on her wrist), Charlize Theron (she has a flower tattoo on her foot), etc. If you know more celebrities with flower tattoos, maybe dahlia tattoos, please share with us.
Dahlia Flower Tattoo placement ideas – on your ankle, on your chest, on your finger, on your wrist (most celebrities get flower tattoos on their wrists), etc.
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