Did you know that a rose is one of the most popular tattoo designs for both male and females? While roses symbolize beauty, they were initially connected to love. According to a web site, the Ancient Greeks believed that the rose was originally white and then turned red when Aphrodite, the goddess of love, pricked herself while picking one out.
Today, beauty and love sorround the meaning of the rose. It is also a feminine attribute with addiional significance depending on the color of the rose. No matter what color or design you choose, the rose will always remain a universal symbol for love and beauty.