For the right person, an upper back tattoo is a perfect choice for adding a personal touch to their body. The upper back lends itself very well to Japanese themed tattoos like dragons and koi, and the ever popular Chinese script tattoos.
Large vibrant Koi tattoos are well suited to upper back design because of the soft, feminine curves of the Koi fish. Delicate Chinese flowers like the exotic lotus or the delicate purple cherry blossom may be added to this design when a more feminine, flowing look is desired.
Another popular upper back theme is Tai Chi, another Asian art form. People with this style of tattoo often have an image of an intricate flowing Tai Chi exercise set as a background, with some sort of symbol representing this art. This is not to say that you cannot incorporate this art into your own tattoo. A simple butterfly tattoo may be all you need to bring these gorgeous symbols to life.
The Star of David is a very popular symbol in this area. The combination of this Star of David with the upper back can provide a beautiful, feminine feel. This is another example of how even the most traditional Japanese designs can be translated into an upper back tattoo. When translated well, this ancient symbol of Jewish belief can provide a stunning, yet feminine feeling.
Tattoos are fun, but they should be a fun experience. If you don't enjoy the design, or you aren't sure if you really want it, don't get it! Don't let something like aesthetics stop you from getting the tattoo that is best for you. Don't be afraid to ask your artist to make changes if you aren't happy with your tattoo.
Upper back tattoos can be done any place on the back, but it is best to place them at the beginning, as they will show up the best. The back is an ideal place because you can wear shirts, jeans, or dresses with these tattoos because the back shows off your legs. This also adds a feminine flair that is nice and subtle and doesn't show a tattoo.
If you are considering putting one of these tattoos on your back, remember that it should match your clothing, so that it isn't obvious that there is something covering your back. It's okay to let your tattoo show up a little, so you can get a better idea of what it looks like when complete.
Tattoos are fun and you are the only one who know where you stand on this issue. Make sure that you choose wisely when it comes to where you want to put your tattoos and what type you want.
Tattoos can be a great way to express yourself, so that you can feel more confident in your body. If you have had your share of self-esteem issues, you may find that a tattoo will help you feel more at ease with your body.
Your choice of where to put your tattoos also depends on what you are looking for, whether that is a fun and flirty piece of body art or a symbol for something more serious. Your tattoo will reflect who you are as a person, so choose wisely. If you want a tattoo that can stand out for all eternity, try a tattoo design with multiple colors.
There are plenty of unique tattoo designs that can really stand out and really show who you are, if you know where to look. Don't settle on the first design that you see.
Tattoos are meant to be unique, so don't let anyone tell you what you should or shouldn't be. You have the ability to make your tattoos stand out as much or as little as you choose.