There is a beautiful legend of Greek mythology tells us that Aphrodite, Goddess of love, gave his name rose. Chloris, Goddess of flowers, when he found the lifeless body of a beautiful nymph in the forest. Chloris called the other deities to help right his evil death of this nymph. Aphrodite gave her beauty, Dionysus, the God of wine, added nectar to give it a sweet aroma, the three graces was its charm, brightness and joy. Chloris then called Zephyr, the West wind, to blow away the clouds so that Apollo, the Dios Sol, could shine and make the flower bloom.
Rose originated in ancient times, in fact, they have been found fossilized Rose as several million years. Always it was considered, in Western civilization, as the closest thing to the perfect beauty.
Image of Rose was used in standard reals, coats of arms, Castle and Palace of decorations. Has it been used in photographs, embroidery, prints, sculptures and countless paintings. Its simple yet elegant beauty has endured over time, as it is its message of love and beauty. It has always stood as an expression of love. It is not surprising then, that many women have been chosen as a favorite tattoo. It can be used simply as a beautiful decoration or as a reminder of a loved one or an event in life. In fact, it serves all purposes very well.
Rose tattoos were Favorites from the beginning and are still the most popular flower tattoo. Each person can decide what message you want to send and the color, size and placement of the tattoo. If done for decoration or love the pink image is a thing of beauty.
Shoulders, lower legs, ankles and feet are popular places for tattoos for women, even with rose tattoo. Celebrities women were drawn to the rose, a single rose in a shoulder for a bouquet of roses in an ankle. One has an ankle chalice pink, while the other has a heart and a rose on her leg, obviously an expression of love. Some people like to be different, a supermodel has a tattoo of a rose and a skull in the upper part of the arm. Others prefer to be bold, with a tattoo of a rose on a chest.