45 Ideas of Rose Tattoos for Women

Colored rose tattoo on side

A rose is a flower that represents love, passion, sensuality, and hope. A rose tattoo is a great option for any part of the body. This is the reason why many women choose this particular flower for a tattoo.

Depending on the location of the tattoo, the presence of leaves, stems, and thorns in the rose is the meaning of such a drawing changes. For example, the image of a flower with a stalk shows the great stamina of the tattoo owner, and the leaves around the bud are a symbol of a joyous character.

1. Red Rose Tattoo

Red roses mean eternal passion and true love. According to legend, flowers with scarlet bottles appeared in the garden of the goddess Aphrodite because of the fatal injury of her beloved Adonis.

The colorful bouquet that is painted inside the necklace on the shoulder symbolizes the love of the tattoo owner to the attention of the people around her. One small rose from the drawing seems to be separated from the main composition and under this pattern hangs a cross on the chain. Those women who have the memory of the loved one may choose such a drawing, but it may have a religious significance too.

In general, such a drawing may indicate that a person attaches importance to faith and love. It can symbolize your willingness to meet a soulmate.

Red Rose Tattoo

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2. Yellow Rose Tattoo

The yellow rose is a symbol of happiness and family well-being. A bud on a long stem pointed towards the heart is a traditional tattoo for women whose core values are love, family, and home. Often the stem is replaced with an inscription with a name or symbol. Typically, women paint such a memorial tattoo to give their love to their loved ones and friends.

Yellow Rose Tattoo

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3. Black and White Rose Tattoo

Realistic black and white rose tattoo suggests a combination of romance and deep sadness. In addition, women who choose this drawing want to express their character. Such a woman must love flirting and fun. In the United States, residents hold special festivals and tournaments dedicated to this noble flower. Black and white American traditional rose tattoo combined with an ultra-short skirt is a great method to keep you from going unnoticed by handsome men.

Black and White Rose Tattoo

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4. Black and Grey Rose Tattoo

The traditional color combination of the rose pattern, which is black and grey, shows your love for permanence. This tattoo is very realistic and large. The stems that overlap part of the bud are a symbol of your deep power of will when a person is ready to step on his or her feelings if that is what life circumstances require of him. Brave and desperate women most often paint sleeve tattoos. This is the reason why this type of tattoo is more acceptable to men.

Black and Grey Rose Tattoo

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5. Black Rose Tattoo

The black rose tattoo on the shoulder is a symbol of your great loss, grief, and sadness. The image is made in the style of minimalism. Thus, it has no graceful shadows or the specialized delicate beauty of the bud. The woman who chooses such a sketch seeks to deal with the pain with her own strength and feels the urge not to give up and to move on.

Black Rose Tattoo

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6. Pink Rose Tattoo

The mini-tattoo, which depicts a light pink rose, speaks of the gentleness and innocence of the owner. A woman has a sensual personality and looks attractive. A long stem and an undiscovered bud in such a color as hot pink are evidence of the strong will and intrinsic potential of a woman’s love, as well as a symbol of her creative abilities.

Pink Mini Rose Tattoo

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A bright pink rose is a symbol of the impulsiveness and sensuality of its owner. The woman who chose the shoulder to paint this is a prominent person who likes big and loud companies.

Pink Rose Tattoo

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7. White Rose Tattoo

White ink rose tattoos are what fragile women choose, who tend to highlight their care and love. A small tattoo looks on your shoulder very gently, especially if the owner of its tattoo is a young girl, and leaves speak of your cheerful character or soft and compliant temperament.
In addition, the white petal rose tattoo often symbolizes the purity and loyalty of its owner.

White Rose Tattoo

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White Rose Tattoo

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8. Purple Rose Tattoo

The purple rose symbolizes your extravagance and artistry. Such women are often called weirdos. They are fun, bright, and they love attention. The presence of other flowers in the figure indicates that tattoo owners are tolerant of outsiders.

The choice of unusual color in a tattoo may also be indicative of your rejection of generally accepted rules and regulations, as well as an indication of your desire to express your individuality.

Purple Rose Tattoo

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Women who love the frequent changes in life choose the tiny image of the purple rose. They aspire to freedom and novelty. The sketch of such a tattoo refers to a style of minimalism in which there is nothing superfluous except qualities such as the beauty of the bud.

Purple Rose Tattoo on Wrist

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9. Traditional Rose Tattoo

The rose that your specialist will draw you in your traditional style is a testament to your introverted nature, to your sternness towards yourself and the people around you. Outline tattoo image is an even and clear one. The presence of thorns on such a rose means suffering from its own categorical. The figure drawn inside the geometric triangle shows a slow and joyful lifestyle in which the family members of tattooed women follow certain rules and thus achieve balance in the home and personal relationships.

As for the shade, the choice of red color may symbolize your inner spiritual harmony and indicate your sensuality.

Red Traditional Rose Tattoo

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Traditional Rose Tattoo

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10. Small Simple Rose Tattoo

A small simple behind ear rose is a symbol of secrecy and mystery. A woman does not share her secrets with others. For personal secrets, she uses a diary or a time-honored person. A clear outline speaks of your sharp boundaries in dealing with strangers. A falling rose indicates a loss of trust in a loved one.

Small Simple Rose Tattoo

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Colorful Small Rose Tattoo

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11. Realistic Rose Tattoo

Realistic-style rose tattoos are chosen by women who have excellent style skills. The design is very simple. The outline drawing is clear and smooth. Owners of such a tattoo are always independent of the opinion and influence of outsiders. Often, tattoo specialists add spikes or barbed wire to a pattern that makes it more symbolic, and then it begins to show how expensive a person’s personal freedom can be.

Realistic Rose Tattoo

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12. Watercolor Rose Tattoo

Watercolor rose tattoo selects those who wish to self-fulfill. To make such a drawing is always an impulse of the soul and a desire to manifest one’s individuality through art. The unsolved bud is a testament to your inner abilities and talents.

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13. Stemmed Rose Tattoo

Traditional rose tattoo with a stem is the idea of strong and hard women. The drawing, which is created on the chest, speaks of the freedom of the owner’s views and her emancipation. Often, the specialist replaces long stems with memorable quotes or names of loved ones that give power to the woman.

Stemmed Rose Tattoo on Chest

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The flower that the expert will draw on your clavicle is a testament to your character and female pride. The presence of spikes is an analogy of inner trauma, which is why you built the barrier of alienation and neglect around you.

Stemmed Rose Tattoo

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14. Rose with Thorns Tattoos

The thorny rose on the elbow indicates the complexity of its owner. She is firm in the process of communicating with people around it, strives to achieve all her goals, and has not yet fully realized its potential. Such a tattoo is unisex and therefore it will be an excellent variant for both men and women.

Rose with Thorns Tattoos

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15. Tribal Rose Tattoo

The combination of a bright rose with a geometrical pattern is the choice of powerful people. They tend to indulge in the impulse to see and understand the power of beauty. They want to be different and dominant.

Tribal Rose Tattoo

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16. Bud Rose Tattoo

Rosebud is the deepest association of the woman who chose this drawing, with her internal it. The unbroken flower is a testament to the fragility of the tattoo owner, as well as a testament to her inexperience in relationships. Some women like to add a butterfly image to the bud, which shows a thrill for a great feeling.

Bud Rose Tattoo

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17. Single Rose Tattoo

Single stem rose tattoo is what independent women choose, which is also very smart. The image of the flower with the stalk shows the strong character of the woman. Moreover, the presence of the thorns informs of the inner vulnerability of the tattoo owner, which she hides behind false hardness and coarseness.

Single Rose Tattoo

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18. Tiny Rose Tattoo

Women who prefer an elegant style choose the minimalist sketch of a minimal rose tattoo. The image of this cute little pattern on the thigh speaks of the young woman’s light playfulness and her love of flirting. If a specialist drew this tattoo on your arm, it’s a symbol of womanhood and love. Often, tattoo artists add other flowers to the rose that highlight the beauty of the main character of such a flower and her willingness to meet again.

Tiny Rose Tattoo on Hip

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Tiny Rose Tattoo on Forearm

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19. Dead rose tattoo

The faded rose is a tribute to the loved one who has left the world of the living. A woman can show such a tattoo that she once had a great feeling and now she’s ready to give all of herself to her future choice.

Dead rose tattoo

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20. Geometric Rose Tattoo

A tattoo of a geometric rose indicates that its owner likes the modern style. A woman tries to strike a balance between beauty, womanhood, romance, or inner unity and harmony.

Geometric Rose Tattoo

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21. Shaded Rose Tattoo

Those women who raise the hope of a bright future in love or politics choose the design of a gradient rose. The beauty of the contours speaks of the elevation of the ideals of women. The petals that surround this flower are a symbol of light temperament. And an undisclosed bud tells us of a woman’s willingness to overcome any obstacles in her path of life. Sometimes, instead of a bud, you can see a dagger that symbolizes the cruelty that the tattoo owner had to face.

Shaded Rose Tattoo

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22. Two Roses Tattoo

Women who have found their soulmates choose the pattern of two roses. The red petals convey passion, love, and a strong attachment. The leaves around the flowers are the ease of a relationship. Often, specialists add an anchor image to this drawing, which symbolizes a woman’s loyalty to her partner.

Two Roses Tattoo

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23. Neo-Traditional Rose Tattoo

The woman who chose the neo-traditional tattoo is a brave person with a modern view of life. An undiscovered bud shows an internal barrier that prevents her from being with others. The spokes on the sides speak of the betrayal of a loved one. In addition, the large leaves that surround the flower are a symbol of a woman’s hope for a brighter future. Often, tattoo artists add markings with marked quotes or names of loved ones.

Neo-Traditional Rose Tattoo

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24. Hearts and Rose Tattoo

The female rose and heart tattoo symbolize a young woman’s increased need for love and her loyalty to her partner. Often, in the heart, the tattoo artist writes the name of the woman he loves. If the heart is broken, then a tattoo like this speaks to the tragic love that was in this man’s past.

Hearts and Rose Tattoo

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25. Cross with roses tattoo

Sketches like cross and rose tattoos are chosen by those who have lost a loved one. A vintage rose highlights a woman’s beauty and the depth of her feelings for a deceased friend. Women often put the name of a lost lover on the cross. Sometimes a rose-cross tattoo can be religious.

Cross with roses tattoo

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Rose and Cross tattoo

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26. Roses and vine tattoo

The figure rose with vines on the leg is a symbol that a woman is confused in a relationship or is under intense pressure from those around her. The presence of a heart in the plexus of vines symbolizes a strong attachment and love to a partner. In a drawing of the heart, a woman can fill in the name of her lover or their commemorative date.

Roses and vine tattoo

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27. Rose with names tattoos

Rose tattoos with names are very popular with those women who strive to make a beautiful and unusual declaration of love to their chosen one or to a loved one who occupies an important place in the life of the tattoo owner.

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Name with rose tattoo

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28. Rose and butterfly tattoo

A wild rose with a butterfly is, first of all, the meaning of the origin of the thrill of love. Only women who choose this tattoo are very impulsive, tender and vulnerable. Sometimes tattoo artists make a drawing where the flame burns the butterfly’s wing. This, in turn, is a symbol of the challenge of building a relationship.

Butterfly and Rose tattoo

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Rose and butterfly tattoo

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29. Roses and lace tattoos

Noble and single women choose black rose sketches with lace. Only a few people around them support their views. Sadness and heartache is the habit of a tattoo owner. However, if a woman chooses bright colors for such a drawing, the meaning of the tattoo becomes exactly the opposite. Then it will symbolize the nobility and fortitude of this beautiful and unique woman.

Roses and lace tattoos

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30. Rose and star tattoo

Rose and star tattoos are popular with dreamers and people who believe in success and fulfilling their deepest desires. Those who have this tattoo hope that the moon and the stars will show them the true way of life.

Rose and star tattoo

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Rose and star tattoo on forearm

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31. Rose and pearl tattoos

Self-confident individuals prefer the pattern of pearls and roses. They excel in business, study, and even their hobbies. The vintage rose in this tattoo is the meaning of the inner beauty and nobility of a woman.

Rose and pearl tattoos

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32. Rose and diamond tattoos

A woman’s tattoo, which combines a drawing of a rose and a diamond in itself, is a testament to the strength of feelings between a man and a woman. The relationship between these people is strong, and the woman herself feels protected. Only happy people decide to draw this sketch on their skin.

Rose and diamond tattoos

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33. Roses and lilies tattoo

Women who choose a tattoo sketch of a bouquet of lilies and roses are more in love with their partner than with life. Their sense is pure and reliable. These partners have a harmonious relationship. Moreover, they have a very delicate and sensual relationship. In the background of the drawing, the tattoo artist often paints open wings, which is a symbol that lovers fly in the sky with their happiness.

Roses and lilies tattoo

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34. Rose sleeve tattoo

The full sleeve or rose half sleeves tattoo is decided to gain strong and courageous women. They are looking for ways to express themselves. By choosing such a female drawing with roses, the women hope to be heard and understood by individuals like them. The color palette of such a rose sleeve tattoo depends on the emotional state of the girl.

Rose half-sleeve tattoo

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Rose sleeve tattoo

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35. Rose hand tattoo

Small rose tattoos on hand are a choice of brave women who are not afraid of difficulties in finding their place in life and even the opinions of others. To create such a drawing, the tattoo artist and the client will need a lot of patience and willpower as it is a painful process. The fact is, the skin in this place is the thinnest. Traditional rose with stem and leaf is the embodiment of love and inner beauty. A black flower with fallen leaves is a memory of past glory, success, or a darling person.

Rose tattoo on hand

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Rose hand tattoo

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36. Snake and Rose tattoo on arm

The upper arm is a place for tattoos that women choose to display their life beliefs and principles. The inner arm is a place that is popular with people who like to keep their last word. The lower arm is the place on the body that audacious women prefer, who are forced to restrain their spiritual impulses into regular life. Often the reason for this is an office dress code. However, when they take off their jackets or slap the sleeves of their blouses, then their true nature comes out and the people around them can see it. Often, women choose a royal flower called a rose and combine it with a snake to tell everyone around them what powerful temptations they have to fight. At the same time, a butterfly is a symbol of the emerging tenderness for this woman’s partner.

Snake and Rose tattoo on arm

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37. Rose shoulder tattoo

On the back shoulder, women paint a tattoo of a rose that attempts to highlight their strength, beauty, and sensuality. The small tattoo shows the elegance of the young person and gives her femininity.

Rose shoulder tattoo

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Rose tattoo on shoulder

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38. Rose neck tattoo

The curve of the neck is one of the most sensual places on the body of a woman. The decorated rose symbolizes the inner beauty and nobility of man. The drawing that the tattoo artist will put on the back of the neck will only be available when the owner wants it. Because if she puts her hair down, no one will see this image. On the side, women apply this pattern, who dream of announcing to all around them that they have recently experienced betrayal or have met an interesting person. In the first case, it’s a rose with a dagger, and in the second one, it’s a rose with a heart.

Rose neck tattoo

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Rose tattoo on neck

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39. Rose forearm tattoo

On the forearm are tattooed women who have a strong character. They like fresh and stylish images. However, a black-and-white sketch or a colored drawing would be a woman’s choice, which is not an important factor because all people would like her tattoo.

Rose forearm fineline tattoo

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Rose forearm tattoo

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40. Roses tattoos on side

Sensual women make the pink tattoo on the body side. This place is hidden from the eyes of outsiders. In such a case, a woman can manifest her full personality and express herself and her inner peace. Some people talk about forbidden love or lost youth by picturing a rose on the side of a cage. Other women can also talk about lost opportunities but through the drawing of this female tattoo with falling leaves in the rose.

Colored rose tattoo on side

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Roses tattoos on side

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41. Roses tattoos on hip

Rose hip tattoo speaks of the playful nature of women and their commitment to flirting. Rose emphasizes beauty, attracts attention and intrigues. Whether the drawing is minimalist or otherwise, this unique tattoo will always look spectacular and tempting.

Roses tattoos on thigh

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Roses tattoos on hip

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42. Rose tattoo on wrist

The small tattoo on your wrist is a sign of elegance and mystery. It’s not immediately visible, but it certainly attracts attention. By choosing a rose, a woman demonstrates her sensual nature. Often, tattoo artists add an inscription to such a drawing, which will be a commemorative date or the name of a loved one.

Rose tattoo on wrist

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43. Rose ankle tattoo

A rose pattern on the ankle is a great way to emphasize the beauty of a woman’s legs. Such a tattoo will attract the attention of those around you and add to your image. A small rose looks very tender and graceful, and the legs of a young person are remembered for a long time.

Stemmed Rose ankle tattoo

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Rose ankle tattoo

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44. Roses tattoo on back

Tattooing on the lower back is one of the most popular places that modern women choose. They try to emphasize their womanhood and sensuality. Roses look unforgettable and beautiful, no matter what shade they were painted in. It can be both black and white and colored.

Roses tattoo on back

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45. Rose Tattoos on Foot

The women who paint tattoos on their feet are independent and independent individuals. They choose what expresses their tattoo. It could be a method of self-expression or a display of sensuality. Because it is up to the young woman to decide whether to show this small drawing to the people around her.

Red Rose Tattoo on Foot

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Rose Tattoos on Foot

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46. Compass Rose Tattoo

The image of the compass with the rose symbolizes loyalty to its life principles and the search for a higher purpose. It can also have the meaning of travel.

Compass Rose Tattoo

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47. Money Rose Tattoo

A rose-shaped tattoo is a choice of women who have already achieved success or are still on their way to it. The dollar symbolizes wealth, comfort, and fame.

Money Rose Tattoo

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Dollar Rose Tattoo

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48. Skull Rose Tattoo

The image of the skull reminds the people around you of death. Skull rose tattoo shows us a man who likes to take risks and is not afraid of anything.

Skull Rose Tattoo

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Traditional Skull Rose Tattoo

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