Hibiscus Flower Tattoo Meaning – The hibiscus is a Hawaiian flower. The hibiscus tattoo (mostly because it’s a flower) it’s made by girls/women. It has many meanings, such as: beauty, health (don’t forget that the hibiscus flower has a lot of health benefits too, such as: it’s a diuretic, etc), loyalty, devotion (most girls want to show that they are loyal and ready to find the true love). Want to see some hibiscus flower tattoo for women?
Celebrities with hibiscus flower tattoos – Faye Charnow (she has a hibiscus flower tattoo – she’s a singer from America), Jessica Burciaga (she has a hibiscus tattoo on her back), Rihanna (she has some hibiscus flowers on one of her tattoos). I wasn’t able to find more famous people with hibiscus tattoos. Maybe you already know a famous person having this type of tattoo, maybe it’s you! Let us know. Interested in some hibiscus tattoo sets?
Hibiscus flower symbolism – You need to know that hibiscus is the national flower in a couple of countries, such as: Republic of Haiti, South Korea, Malaysia and others. You also need to know that it’s especially used in Chinese herbology. You might also need to know that the red hibiscus is mostly worn by Tahitians. The Tahitian women use the red flower behind their ear – this only means one thing, that woman is ready for marriage. Altough people have tattoos all over their body and feel good, most people have their hibiscus tattoos on these body parts: on their ankle, behind the ear (don’t forget that tahitian women are ready for marriage when they have a hibiscus flower behind their ear), on your leg, on your shoulder, on your back and many other places.
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