Bow Tattoo Meanings
- June 1, 2017
- Posted by: marlenedubois
- Category: CPR Training
The bow tattoo can be becoming a common feminine inked choice. The design, size, colors as well as locations are being chosen to reflect a variety of personal meanings, depending on where they are being inked. This particular style can be being creatively designed to reflect the meaning or location on the body. Bows have been used culturally in many ways to visually express a sentiment or meaning or practicality. Bows often have a feminine flavor of representation, perhaps one of the reasons why they are being chosen for inking.
The traditional dictionary explanation can be of which a bow can be formed by using a cloth or string, tied in a way of which has curved parts on either side with two loose ends. A classic visual example of This particular can be looking at shoe laces after they have been tied. Women have worn bows in their hair both as a decoration as well as often in securing or tying their hair.
To the gift giver, often a bow can be one way of fancying up the presentation as well as used as a visual acknowledgment to the receiver, of which the idea can be a present. A right now common visual symbol of a gift.
Bows have been used to represent as a reminder to not leave the past behind, as from the saying “Forget me knot”.
Often yellow ribbons are tied around trees that has a big bow, to display a representation of which family & friends are waiting as well as honoring a return of a loved one, coming from a journey or war.
They are sometimes used to symbolize an accomplishment in life as well as how the idea could become untied through circumstances as well as fragility.
from the clothing fashion industry bows have been used in many different styles coming from the head to the toe. Some styles incorporate a physical bow as well as others have used a bow printed material. The classic mens’ formal wear can be often represented that has a bow tie.
Sometimes cartoon characters are represented that has a bow placement, to visually represent of which the character can be female.
Bow ribbons are often worn or displayed. A pink ribbon for example can be known to symbolize or represent a fight against breast cancer. the idea can be a visual expression of supporting family or friends in a overcoming breast cancer. Or sadly represent a loss of a family member or loved one to breast cancer.
Bow tattoos designs coming from loud to delicate have been used on the body to represent jewelery on toes as well as fingers. On the back of legs, where the old style garter clips might have been located, some women are choosing to have a bow inked. Others have chosen to have a ribbon wrapping around their ankle tied in a bow inked.
Feminine twists are being designed of which incorporates a bow on traditional skull, cross & bones as well as designs of which were more originally masculine.
Perhaps the appeal of bow tattoos, to the one choosing to develop the idea inked on their body, can be the variety as well as versatility of possible meanings the idea could have or represent for them, that has a feminine creative twist.