40. Rose Tattoo Under the ChinSource
This is a very unexpected area to put a tattoo, but a rose design can work well especially if it outlines your chin. This will look beautiful in black compared to having colors.
39. Rose with Butterflies TattooSource
Why not combine two classic designs in one tattoo? A subdued version of this is having one rose stem and a butterfly hovering near it.
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38. Cute Cartoon Rose TattooSource
This is definitely a modern and artistic take on a rose tattoo. Your rose tattoo has its very own cartoon IG filter
37. Pink Rose TattooSource
This is the dainty version of a rose tattoo. This will look so cool on women with lighter skin tones as it will look like the tattoo is one with your skin.
36. Realistic Red Rose TattooSource
If you want to capture the essence of a rose, then go for a realistic approach to your tattoo. The colors should be vibrant to make it stand out.
35. Single Rose TattooSource
If you want to add a twist to a single rose tattoo, you can also put a solid background behind it. Doing so focuses the eye on the rose.
34. Rose Tattoo Behind the EarSource
Even if this tattoo placement is no longer that trendy as it was before, we can’t deny that it still looks chic. Perfect for women who love to put their hair up.
33. Rose and Clock TattooSource
This design works as both the rose and the clock have faces. When you choose a vintage-looking clock design, it looks good beside a rose.
32. Rose and Snake TattooSource
This rose tattoo design is like the rose and sword tattoo where you are playing up the contrast between the two objects. You can have the snake crawling up the rose.
31. Rose Tattoo on the EarSource
Tattoos that are hiding behind the ear are so last year. The trendy version of this tattoo placement is having a colorful tattoo frame the front of the ear, kind of like an ear cuff.
30. Red, Blue, and Yellow Rose TattoosSource
We were taught in kindergarten that the primary colors; red, yellow, and blue are the holy trinity of colors. This is why using this color palette is smart because you also capture other tones even though the color is not present on the design.
29. Rose Growing on a Cup of CoffeeSource
This usually means “comfortable and cozy with your own beauty.” The cozy and comfy part coming from the coffee? We are still not sure, but one cannot deny that this design looks cute.
28. Glow in the Dark Rose TattooSource
Glow from within, anyone? Well, this rose tattoo design is a different type of glow. Go for a color that looks good when illuminated like red, blue, orange, or purple.
27. Rose Tattoo on FingerSource
Whether you choose to put the tattoo on the top, bottom, or sides, the shape of a single rose looks so natural and effortless on any finger. You can add color to the petals and leave the rest black.
26. Red and Purple Rose TattooSource
Red and purple go so well together. The fiery tones of red balance with the cool tones of purple. Consider this color matching when you are planning to get two rose tattoos.
25. Rose Vine TattooSource
Rose vines do not need to be an in your face tattoo. Instead, you can make it look subtle. This design makes your tattoo look like those roses on priceless bone china teacups. Beautiful!
24. Delicate Red Rose TattooSource
To get the full effect of a rose tattoo, you can choose to enhance the drama by leaving one part with color. If you also opt for delicate lines, your tattoo looks as if it was drawn with a pencil.
23. Yellow Rose TattooSource
A yellow rose symbolizes friendship and care. If you have yellow undertones, add a tinge of orange or red to create an illusion of depth, making the tattoo pop.
22. Gothic Rose TattooSource
Rose tattoo designs can also be a symbol of mystery, gloom, and all things occult. When drawn in bold and strong ink, the lines within the rose design still manage to look so refined.
21. Colored Outline Rose TattooSource
The rose tattoo design is so forgiving that it will still make sense if you go for a colored outline. The color story is still complete even without being filled in. Pick a bold color to make it stand out.
20. Rose Tattoo on the Lower LegSource
Just like with the rose tattoo on the wrist, a single rose tattoo design looks natural on your lower leg. This time, it looks better if it is a bigger and more detailed design. It still looks elegant albeit big.
19. Rose Tattoo on the WristSource
A modern minimalist tattoo on the wrist is ideal for women who want a tattoo at a subtle yet noticeable area. It is like your own little “peek-a-boo tattoo.” The single rose design will also work well with the natural lines of your wrist.
18. Rose and Sword TattooSource
What is unique about a rose design is that you can add anything to it and it will still work—even something that directly contrasts it, like a sword. It is usually interpreted as “grace under duress.”
17. Rose Tattoo with Human FaceSource
If you want people to take a double-take on your rose tattoo design, why not add a human face? This will add a twist to a classic and will push the design even bordering on getting that Victorian or hyperrealism vibe.
16. Rose Tattoo on the ShoulderSource
If you choose to have a rose bush design that is on the shoulder and extends to some parts of your chest, the tattoo emphasizes your neck and face. It goes well with a tank or crop top.
15. Matching Rose TattooSource
A no-brainer tattoo design that you can get with your best friend is, of course, a rose. It symbolizes friendly love, one that grew into a beautiful thing and will still keep on blooming. Awww.
14. Side Boob Rose TattooSource
May it be a small tattoo or a large tattoo, we can all agree here that a rose side boob tattoo will look sexy on anybody.
13. Rose Tattoo on the ChestSource
A lot of women used to place a rose tattoo at the center of their chests. The trend now is to ink the natural curve of the breast and fade the design out to the chest. Needless to say, the effect is mesmerizing.
12. Rose Bush Tattoo on the Upper ArmSource
If you want to depict real-life on your body art then you should go all in! Make sure that the sizes of each aspect of the design are proportional so that it will not look too busy on the eyes.
11. Rose with Thorns TattooSource
This is another take to the classic rose tattoo. This time, the emphasis is on the fact that roses have thorns. You are a woman who is sweet yet spicy, the epitome of a femme fatale.
10. Rose and Skeleton Hand TattooSource
Keeping up with the melodramatic theme, a skeleton hand grasping a single rose just takes the cake. Some may interpret it as having a gothic vibe, while others may think that it is overflowing with drama.
9. Rose and Skull Glow in the Dark TattooSource
A rose design mixed with a skull is perfect for a mysterious vibe. Add to that the fact that your tattoo glows in the dark, everyone around you might think that you are this charming temptress.
8. Tribal Rose TattooSource
Sometimes, a rose design does not only signify delicateness or femininity. It can also symbolize being organic, unfiltered, and raw. Adding a tribal aspect to the rose will give that effect.
7. Rose Henna TattooSource
If you want a rose tattoo that is temporary but will still last a good amount of time, then you can opt for henna. You can also achieve such exquisite designs with henna. Usually, henna fades after three weeks.
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6. Watercolor Rose TattooSource
Simply stunning! This rose tattoo design will add to the effect of the delicateness of every rose petal. A splash of watercolor on a rose tattoo makes it look more dreamy. Be careful not to overdo the watercolor effect to still make the rose pop.
5. Colored Rose TattooSource
Bring life to your tattoo by adding color—not that a rose design needs one. You can stick with the classic red or you can try other colors that look equally stunning like blue or yellow.
4. Rose Tattoo with TextSource
Adding text to your rose tattoo will make your design truly yours. As roses are associated with love and charm, you can add a single word along those lines. Using a cursive font works well with the rose.
3. Outline Rose TattooSource
An outline rose tattoo will really highlight the details of the rose. What is so special about a rose design is that even if you are only doing an outline, it already looks amazing from any angle.
2. Delicate Rose TattooSource
If you are a fan of all things subtle then this design will be perfect! In this way, you can put all the focus on the rose and everyone can clearly see the delicate design.
1. Minimalist Rose TattooSource
A minimalist rose tattoo design is a good choice if you want to get the contrast between the strong look of the flower and the finished design. Besides the rose, you can also add minimalistic line work.