Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Angel Tattoos

Angel Tattoos
When if comes to angel tattoos on a woman some people say it signifies her search for purity within the soul. In addition to this, and angel tattoo represents her divinity, patience and her presence as a gift to the world. It is seen by some as a sign that a woman will not settle for anything but the best no matter what it comes to in her life. But who knows? Maybe, just maybe she just happened to like the way an angel tattoo looks.
People say that angel tattoos are also symbolic to men. Some people actually believe that men who wear angels are extremely fond of women. Does that mean that men who don’t have angel tattoos are not fond of women? I don’t hardly think so. I know I have never considered an angel tattoo and I have been chasing after women all of my life. They also think that men who are madly in love tend to opt for angel tattoos more than others. I would say men who are madly in love would tend more toward getting their girls name as a tattoo, but nobody has ever accused me of being a deep thinker.

Angel Tattoos
As you can see there are many types of angel tattoos to choose from. This one in particular shows a very hot busty girl with angel wings, striking a sexy pose while sitting on a cloud. I would certainly think this is a representation of an angel as seen by a man. And therefore any man getting such a tattoo is probably thinking that this is his idea of the perfect angel he is looking for in life. Either that or he just likes the size of her breasts.
If you are looking to get one of the angel tattoos and cannot make up your mind you can always walk into any tattoo shop and check their books. Most tattoo parlors will have books of thousands upon thousands of tattoos they have done before. You can get a great idea of the type of work they do. I would suggest going to multiple tattoo shops to see the different types of quality of work and the different angel tattoos that are available. If you are interested in the angel tattoo design you can also have the artist sketch something out and work from there. Whatever you do, be sure to research your design first so can finally go in to your artist already knowing what you want.

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