60 Appealing Rose Tattoo Ideas To Allure Your Back With

Haven’t every one of us been obsessed with back tattoos ever since watching Girls on HBO!? Not only are back tattoos super sexy, but they also tell a lot about one’s feelings, past experiences, and choices. A back tattoo with flowers, particularly a rose, is versatile. You can pair them with many elements like stars, keys, and skulls. Moreover, depending on what you intend to signify, the ink colors can be chosen accordingly.

Contents show

The visual appeal of rose tattoos is incredible. Bright red, maroon, enchanting purple, or punk black, rose tattoos never seem to lose their charm. But it’s not just the aesthetics that make rose tattoos the most popular choice among people. The symbolism of these flower tattoos makes them unique, psychological, and spiritual.

The best part about getting rose tattoos is that it suits all ages and genders. If you plan to get your back inked with pretty roses, you have landed on the right blog. This write-up includes not 5, not 10, but 60 appealing rose tattoo ideas that you can consider having on the back because a tattoo is forever, and you cannot afford to go wrong on its design. Also, we have covered essential topics such as what to expect before getting inked (for first-timers) and the significance of rose tattoos paired with various elements. Dive in!

What To Expect

Are you a first-timer? Keep calm because It’s ok to get stoked before getting inked. The best advice for you would be “Trust The Process.” Sure, the needle will burn initially, but the conversations with your tattoo artist and watching the design come together are worth all the pain. 

Even for experienced people, getting a back tattoo can be overwhelming because different body parts have different pain endurance. The size and design of the tattoo also play a role in determining how easy or difficult the procedure may turn out. Relax, we do not intend to scare you or make you give up the idea of getting inked. Knowing what to expect makes things easier. 

So, you can expect some pain, but surely with time, you will adjust to it. Just breathe and take breaks if you want.

Now, let’s take you through a bunch of rose tattoo designs to allure your back with.

1. Key With Rose Tattoo

Credit: Key With Rose Tattoo

An interesting element that you can add to your rose tattoo is a key. Red roses are the universal indicators of love and passion. Pairing it with a key can be symbolic of closures or even openings. Keys are typically used as a metaphor to symbolize the key to one’s heart. They depict freedom because of their capability to open things up. While at the same time putting a lock on precious things. A combination of rose and key would best suggest a new opportunity or a new love. Alternatively, back tattoos also signify the end of a phase in life and can be made to denote a phase that one has left behind. 

Preferred Ink Colour: Red, Yellow & Black

Tattoo Size: Medium

Skin Type: Fair to medium

2. Lovely Rose Tattoo

Credit: Lovely Rose Tattoo

This is the perfect tattoo style for people who love showing off their lower back. Somber, black roses are often tattooed in memory of something or someone. A lower back tattoo, however, can be interpretative. Therefore, they can be a versatile choice for people who love showing their tattoo off and those who want to just keep it for special ones.

Preferred Ink Colour: Black

Tattoo Size: Medium or Large

Skin Type: Fair to medium

3. Music Note And Rose Tattoo

Credit: Music Note And Rose Tattoo

If music is your first love, consider getting a sleek musical note tattoo with a bright red rose. This is a cute yet meaningful way to express one’s devotion to music. On the other hand, musical notations paired with a rose can also be dedicated to one’s spouse or lover. Such tattoos are made to celebrate love with the positivity of music.

Preferred Ink Colour: Red & Black

Tattoo Size: Medium

Skin Type: Fair to medium

4. Nice Rose Flower Tattoo

Credit: Nice Rose Flower Tattoo 

Tattoos can be tiny or magnificent. While a tiny rose tattoo is the cutest thing ever, the bigger ones are no less in their appeal. A lower back inked with large, colorful roses is sure to turn heads. Depending on your skin type, you may alter the ink color anywhere between pink and red. Want to go bold? Feel free to experiment with bright, eye-catching colors!

Preferred Ink Colour: Shades of Red

Tattoo Size: Medium to large

Skin Type: Fair to medium

5. Nice Rose Tattoo On Lower Back

Credit: Nice Rose Tattoo On Lower Back

A semi-outline rose tattoo in black ink can turn out to be a great choice for those who want to keep their tattoo simple yet beautiful. Typically, pale or somber tattoos are made in memory of a loved one. But interpretations apart, if you like this tattoo idea, get it now! Fuller rose petals surrounded by fresh leaves are the evergreen style of getting rose tattoos.

Preferred Ink Colour: Black

Tattoo Size: Medium to Large

Skin Type: Fair to medium

6. Nice Skull And Rose Tattoo

Credit: Nice Skull And Rose Tattoo

Trend Alert! Like them or not, skull and rose tattoos are an absolute obsession. If you have decided on having an all-black rose tattoo on your back, consider pairing it with a skull. A skull and a rose tattoo is an unlikely but bold choice of tattoo. Plus, it’s unisex. While skulls traditionally symbolized death, their modern meaning can be interpretative. Skull and roses are polar opposites but paired together; they are perceived as a memorial tattoo to express grief for a loved one.

Preferred Ink Colour: Black

Tattoo Size: Large

Skin Type: Fair, medium & Dark

7. Orange Rose Tattoo

Credit: Orange Rose Tattoo 

Yes, roses are red, but a rose tattoo need not always be red. If you want to go for unconventional colors for rose tattoos, orange ink will just do the right thing. Orange roses suggest enthusiasm and fascination. You may choose this as your back tattoo if you want to express the same. The picture shows an orange rose with a clock, suggesting the bearer’s respect for time, with the rose enhancing that admiration.

Preferred Ink Colour: Orange & Shades Of Yellow

Tattoo Size: Large

Skin Type: Fair to medium

8. Outline Rose Tattoo

Credit: Outline Rose Tattoo

Not all tattoos require shading. Outline tattoos have become popular with the boom of the minimalist trend. A black outline truly holds the tattoo together by defining its edges. While initially outlining was the first step in tattoo making, now people choose to keep their tattoos that way. For example, an outline tattoo of a rose in black ink may signify a lost or won love.

Preferred Ink Colour: Black

Tattoo Size: Small or Medium

Skin Type: Fair, medium & dark

9. Outline Rose Tattoo With Words

Credit: Outline Rose Tattoo With Words

Love the idea of words on the stem of your rose tattoo? Go get the outline rose tattoo with words! Not only do they look minimalist, but they also have a high aesthetic appeal. You may choose to add a quote, a line from your favorite song, or just some cool words to this tattoo. This is a gorgeous back tattoo idea that is hard to resist.

Preferred Ink Colour: Black

Tattoo Size: Large

Skin Type: Fair to medium

10. Outstanding Roses Tattoo

Credit: Outstanding Rose Tattoo 

Looks magical! Doesn’t it! Tattooing is an art that can never be bound by one style. Sure, there can be trends of bold & punk styles, but what’s beautiful will remain beautiful. Pastel shades are the prettiest things out there. A minimal rose tattoo inked in pastel colors will never disappoint you. If subtle shades of pink, purple, and lavender mesmerize you, this is the perfect rose tattoo for your back.

Preferred Ink Colour: Pastel Colours

Tattoo Size: Small or medium

Skin Type: Fair to medium

11. Pink Rose Tattoo Design

Credit: Pink Rose Tattoo Design 

Light pink roses have been universally known to signify innocence. So if you want to allure your back with a pretty pink rose tattoo, just go for it! Sure, pink rose tattoos are more popular among women than men. But let’s not restrict these pieces of art with gender. A beautiful light pink rose tattoo will allure the back of both men and women. Anyone looking to express innocent, new love can get a pink rose tattoo on the back.

Preferred Ink Colour: Pink

Tattoo Size: Small or medium

Skin Type: Fair to medium

12. Pink Rose Tattoo On Back

Credit: Pink Rose Tattoo On Back

Continuing with the pink rose tattoo theme, here is a little deviation for those with medium to dusky skin. Consider having a darker shade of pink for your rose tattoo. Shading the inner corners of the petals with black will give a 3D effect to your tattoo. Sure, it’s your tattoo, and you have all the right to select its shade, but here’s our little attempt to make your back tattoo look the best.

Preferred Ink Colour: Dark Pink

Tattoo Size: Small or medium

Skin Type: Medium to dark

13. Pretty Rose Flower Tattoo On Back

Credit: Pretty Rose Flower Tattoo On Back

Who said there could only be one rose in your tattoo? Feel free to go big! Having two or more roses along with leaves and stems is doable. P.S.- First-timers can go a little easy because a bigger tattoo means more pain. About the significance of this tattoo, the stems are seen poking out of the skin, suggesting healing and growth. Plus, bright ink is used, which signifies optimism.

Preferred Ink Colour: Pink, Red & Black

Tattoo Size: Large

Skin Type: Fair to medium

14. Pretty Rose Tattoo

Credit: Pretty Rose Tattoo

Roses are universally identified as symbols of beauty. Meanings and interpretations apart, if you just want a pretty rose tattoo that makes your back look sexy, you can never go wrong with a mauve rose tattoo with soft edges. The current trends are all about mauves and nudes. A medium-sized mauve will fit the bill for an aesthetic, nude rose tattoo.

Preferred Ink Colour: Shades of Pink & Black

Tattoo Size: Medium 

Skin Type: Fair to medium

15. Red Rose Tattoo

Credit: Red Rose Tattoo

You can add a creative element to your rose tattoo by having multiple roses. This picture, for example, shows different stages of the rose flower – from a bud to a full-bloomed red rose. Such tattoos suggest growth, optimism, and determination. The bright red color depicts self-love towards self-growth even in unfavorable circumstances. 

Preferred Ink Colour: Red

Tattoo Size: Medium or Large

Skin Type: Fair, medium & Dark

16. Red Outline Rose Tattoo

Credit: Red Outline Rose Tattoo

Who said outline tattoos could only be black? So if red roses fascinate you, why not have an outline rose tattoo in red ink?! Not only do they look gorgeous, but they can also be seen from a distance. This particular tattoo showcases a rose and a crescent moon paired together, which typically signifies fertility or motherhood. Alternatively, they also portray growth and new beginnings.

Preferred Ink Colour: Bright Red

Tattoo Size: Medium

Skin Type: Fair to medium

17. Red Rose Tattoo Design

Credit: Red Rose Tattoo Design

Another contender in the red rose tattoo design is this art that showcases a rose turning into a butterfly. This flight is shown in stages – starting from a regular red rose to rose petals lifting in the air and finally turning into a red butterfly. Such tattoos are a great depiction of personal growth and freedom- from an earth-bound rose to a flying butterfly. The advantage of back tattoos is that you have a lot of room for the tattoo to depict these illustrations.

Preferred Ink Colour: Red & Green

Tattoo Size: Medium or Large

Skin Type: Fair to medium

18. Red Rose Tattoo On Lower Back

Credit: Red Rose Tattoo On Lower Back

If you want a rose tattoo on the side of your lower back, consider getting the classic red rose tattoo with bright green leaves. Not only is it aesthetic, but it also flatters the bearer’s lower back with its bright colors. Sure, such rose tattoos are a cliche, but don’t forget – cliches are cliche for a reason!

Preferred Ink Colour: Red, Green & Black

Tattoo Size: Medium or Large

Skin Type: Fair, medium & Dark

19. Rose And Butterflies Tattoo

Credit: Rose And Butterfly Tattoo

A rose and butterfly tattoo is much more than just a pretty tattoo. Butterflies have widely been inked on various body parts to symbolize femininity and beauty. In ancient times were perceived as the souls of past warriors. Butterflies with roses can be tattooed to symbolize love for someone who has passed away. Alternatively, just as the stages of growth of a butterfly from a cocoon, butterflies tattoos paired with roses can depict growth and self-development. 

Preferred Ink Colour: Red & Black

Tattoo Size: Small or Medium

Skin Type: Fair, medium & Dark

20. Rose And Butterfly Tattoo On Back

Credit: Rose And Butterfly Tattoo On Back

Unsure about the size of your rose and butterfly tattoo? It’s back tattoos we are dealing with. The last thing you need to worry about is space. If you have a picture of multiple blooming roses surrounded by butterflies in your mind, do not feel shy to Go Big. You have an adequate canvas for a back tattoo – ranging from the back of the neck to the mid-back and ending in the lower back section. P.S. Just make sure to spare aside a lot of time as the bigger the tattoo, the longer it will take. 

Preferred Ink Colour: Black

Tattoo Size: Large

Skin Type: Fair to medium

21. Rose And Clock Tattoo

Credit: Rose And Clock Tattoo

Let’s pair three beautiful elements together! Roses, vintage clock, and butterfly. In this write-up, we have already discussed the significance of roses + butterflies and roses + clock paired separately. The three elements clubbed together in one tattoo can suggest many things. One perspective could be – the memory of a loved one who has left long back. The other perspective is – personal growth over time.

Preferred Ink Colour: Black

Tattoo Size: Large

Skin Type: Fair, medium & Dark

22. Rose And Clock Tattoo Design

Credit: Rose And Clock Tattoo Design

Now, if you dream of a complex and aesthetic rose and clock tattoo design, make sure to find the best tattoo artist because these illustrations take expertise to make. You do not want to be stuck with a mediocre design for the rest of your life. So make sure to have the bucks and book an appointment with the best artist in town.

Preferred Ink Colour: Black

Tattoo Size: Medium

Skin Type: Fair, medium & Dark

23. Rose And Eagle Tattoo 

Credit: Rose And Eagle Tattoo

An eagle has been seen as a symbol of bravery, power, and dominance for ages. A tattoo like this, showcasing an eagle on a hand, surrounded by roses, is great for a back tattoo, as there is no shortage of space. Typically, the back is not always exposed. So, people looking to depict or dedicate tattoos privately may choose to get this as a back tattoo. Such tattoos can be interpretative based on personal experiences and ideas.

Preferred Ink Colour: Black

Tattoo Size: Medium

Skin Type: Fair to medium 

24. Rose And Skull Tattoo Design

Credit: Rose And Skull Tattoo Design

Showcasing the perfect blend of modern, colorful, and punk styles, a rose tattoo paired with a skull and watch is a very bold tattoo idea. If you are the one who likes unusual ideas for tattoos, this combination can turn out to be perfect for you. However, a dead skull over a bright red rose, with a vintage clock, suggests much more than just boldness and beauty.

Preferred Ink Colour: Red & Black

Tattoo Size: Medium to Large

Skin Type: Fair to medium 

25. Rose And Skull Tattoo

Credit: Rose And Skull Tattoo Design

A tattoo that can depict the beauty and pain of life simultaneously is a rose and skull tattoo. The adaptation of these two elements in a tattoo can be made in several styles, from bold, bright colors to pale black, to minimalist. This tattoo idea will look great, no matter what. This particular image shows stains of blood along with a dead skull and a rose. This is a unique and stylish way of getting this tattoo.

Preferred Ink Colour: Red & Black

Tattoo Size: Medium or Large

Skin Type: Fair to medium

26. Rose And Tribal Tattoo

Credit: Rose And Tribal Tattoo

If you want to experiment with your rose tattoo, consider getting a tribal one. They add a good twist to the typical rose tattoo. Blue rose tattoos are symbolic of mystery and fantasy. A tribal blue rose tattoo on the back could also suggest the importance of a blue rose in a particular tribe.

Preferred Ink Colour: Blue, Black & Green

Tattoo Size: Medium 

Skin Type: Fair to medium

27. Rose Back Tattoo

Credit: Rose Back Tattoo

A traditional red rose with green stems and leaves is perfect for expressing your heart. The details that you wish to include are totally up to you. No fad or tattoo trend must make you not do what you want. Trends come and go, but a tattoo is forever! Get yours wisely.

Preferred Ink Colour: Red & Green

Tattoo Size: Medium 

Skin Type: Fair, medium & Dark

28. Rose Tattoo

Credit: Rose Tattoo

Now, what is prettier than a full-bloomed rose flower tattoo with the name of your loved one? In memory of a loved one or to celebrate a new love, whatever is your reason for getting a red rose tattoo, just keep calm and get inked! You would require to brief your artist about how real your tattoo should look. Such tattoos take more time and obviously money. But watching the entire design turn out will be the most satisfying thing ever.

Preferred Ink Colour: Red &  Shades Of Green

Tattoo Size: Medium 

Skin Type: Fair, medium & Dark

29. Minimalist Rose Tattoo 

Credit: Minimalist Rose Tattoo

If you want your rose tattoo to look classy, a minimalist tattoo is all you need. Minimalism is a relatively new concept that has got immensely popular. I can’t blame it. Look at how aesthetic this tiny outline tattoo of a rose looks! The placement of such tattoos is totally subjective to one’s requirements. If you want to show off your waist and prefer wearing bralettes or cropped tops, get the same tattoo shown in the picture. Alternatively, if you are a private person, this tattoo size and position will be ideal as your top/shirt would cover it.

Preferred Ink Colour: Black

Tattoo Size: Small

Skin Type: Fair to medium

30. Black Rose Tattoo

Credit: Black Rose Tattoo

Traditionally, an all-black rose tattoo was made to symbolize grief, death, and moaning the loss of a loved one. Nowadays, a black rose tattoo is a cult favorite of black tattoo lovers. Meanings and interpretations apart, an entire rose tattoo filled with all black is a cool punk style of getting inked. This dark, somber beauty is sure to turn heads.

Preferred Ink Colour: Black

Tattoo Size: Medium to large

Skin Type: Fair to medium

31. Rose Vine Tattoo

Credit: Rose Vine Tattoo

An entwined rose vine tattoo looks magical, especially on the back. These tattoos are great for people planning on having a fuller tattoo that’s not too crowded. Rose vine tattoos signify growth, loyalty in love, and purity. Someone looking to express these emotions through their rose tattoo can most definitely get a vine rose tattoo.

Preferred Ink Colour: Green & Red

Tattoo Size: Large

Skin Type: Fair to medium

32. Rose Tattoo For Women

Credit: Rose Tattoo For Women

Roses and flowers generally are associated with women. A rose tattoo is no exception. Though being unisex, rose tattoos in various styles and colors are highly preferred by women. A back tattoo with an alluring rose looks sexy, and those of you who love showing off your back can never go wrong with the good, old rose tattoo. Go get inked now!

Preferred Ink Colour: Green & Red

Tattoo Size: Large

Skin Type: Fair to medium

33. Rose Tattoo On Back

Credit: Rose Tattoo On Back

You can add other elements to your rose tattoo if you want full back coverage. The above picture showcases two roses, one in grey ink and the other in red. Shapes and watercolor art have been added to the tattoo to give a fuller look. You can experiment with styles and pastel colors to make your rose tattoo look unique and aesthetic.

Preferred Ink Colour: Black and pastel watercolors

Tattoo Size: Large

Skin Type: Fair to medium

34. Rose Tattoo On Hip

Credit: Rose Tattoo On Hip

If you prefer a minimalistic and undercover approach with your tattoo, prefer this one. A subtle, outline rose tattoo looks great on the hip. Despite a basic design, subtle ink, and somber tone, such tattoos are very powerful in symbolizing love and new beginnings. The best part is that they don’t fade easily. Plus, it hardly takes any time to get made and is highly cost-effective too. 

Preferred Ink Colour: Black 

Tattoo Size: Medium or Large

Skin Type: Fair to medium

35. Rose Tattoo On Lower Back

Credit: Rose Tattoo On Lower Back

A major factor determining whether a tattoo is versatile or not depends on its placement. Lower back tattoos are versatile as you may choose to show them off or keep them private. If you aspire to take up jobs like teaching or law, a neck or upper back tattoo may not be ideal. Instead, consider getting a rose tattoo on the lower back. 

Preferred Ink Colour: Black 

Tattoo Size: Small or Medium

Skin Type: Fair, medium & dark

36. Unique Rose Tattoo On Lower Back

Credit: Unique Rose Tattoo On Lower Back

Don’t shy away from getting unique rose tattoos if you want to embrace your weirdness. You may even get your own design inked. Inspirations and ideas are good, but nothing can be better than your imagination. The whole point of getting inked is self-expression. So do you want a not-so-common-looking skull and rose tattoo? Go get it!

Preferred Ink Colour: Black 

Tattoo Size: Medium to large

Skin Type: Fair, medium & dark

37. Rose Tattoo On Upper Back

Credit: Rose Tattoo On Upper Back 

Upper back tattoos are always trendy. While this area has been an absolute favorite of men, women too have started getting tattoos on their upper back. Are you the one who loves going backless? We just found the right tattoo match for you! The picture shows a bunch of grey roses with inverted triangles. This takes the shape of the upper back, wide in the beginning and gradually getting narrower. This is an ideal rose tattoo idea to pay tribute to a loved one.

Preferred Ink Colour: Grey & Black 

Tattoo Size: Medium 

Skin Type: Fair to medium

38. American Flag Rose Tattoo

Credit: American Flag Rose Tattoo

Let’s talk about patriotic tattoos. If you thought only eagles and the traditional American Flag are worthy of patriotic tattoos, you just discovered a new idea. Rose tattoos, for ages, have been used to symbolize love. So an American Flag within a rose is a great inking idea to pay respects to a solder. To be specific, the name and the birth and death dates of the person in service can also be added.

Preferred Ink Colour: Blue, Red & White

Tattoo Size: Medium 

Skin Type: Fair to medium

39. Rose Tattoo With Name

Credit: Rose Tattoo With Name

Name tattoos are the most personal and meaningful tattoos. You can get creative with your rose tattoo by adding a name instead of its stem. Rose tattoos made in memory of a loved one will look great with that person’s name added to them. This picture boasts a bright red rose. You may choose a different color as well.

Preferred Ink Colour: Red & Black

Tattoo Size: Medium or Large

Skin Type: Fair to medium

40. Skull And Rose Tattoo On Full Back

Credit: Skull And Rose Tattoo On Full Back

Want to go big? Consider getting a full back – skull and rose tattoo. Skull and rose tattoos best represent the contemplation of mortality. If you wish to have a meaningful tattoo that depicts the importance of and the truth of mortality, get this tattoo. P.S- Skulls and roses are a popular choice among tattoo lovers.

Preferred Ink Colour: Black

Tattoo Size: Large

Skin Type: Fair to medium

41. Skull Face And Rose Tattoo

Credit: Skull Face And Rose Tattoo

Now that you know what skulls and roses symbolize, you can experiment with the layout and design. A skull face and a rose is a trendy choice to get inked. Showcasing a tribal, decorated skull tattoo in one half and a bright red rose on the other, this tattoo is an interesting blend of uniqueness and aesthetics. The best part, this tattoo idea is unisex and works well across most ages.

Preferred Ink Colour: Black & Red

Tattoo Size: Small

Skin Type: Fair to medium

42. Skulls And Rose Tattoo

Credit: Skulls And Rose Tattoo

Ladies, do you want a blend of uniqueness and tradition in your skull and rose tattoo? Look at this masterpiece! An old-style corset adorned with skulls and roses is true is a life-like tattoo adorning the entire back. Sure, such tattoos take time and obviously money, but a unique tattoo is a joy forever.

Preferred Ink Colour: Black

Tattoo Size: Large

Skin Type: Fair, medium & Dark

43. Small Rose Tattoo

Credit: Small Rose Tattoo

We have been going on and on about rose tattoo ideas to allure your back with. Let’s take a moment to acknowledge that rose tattoos are versatile and work well in all colors and sizes. If it’s your first tattoo, consider going for a small rose tattoo. Note – a smaller size does not take away from the meaning and beauty of the tattoo. This tiny, real-looking red rose is a real piece of art. This will look simply stunning inked on your back.

Preferred Ink Colour: Red & Black

Tattoo Size: Small

Skin Type: Fair to medium

44. Small Rose Tattoo On Lower Back

Credit: Small Rose Tattoo On Lower Back

Continuing with the idea of these tiny rose tattoos, placement is totally up to you. If you want to keep it private, a lower back tattoo will just fit the bill for you. A black, white, or grey tattoo is great for the memory of a loved one. But, if you want a bright, vibrant one, go for it. Minimal and pretty rose tattoos it is!

Preferred Ink Colour: Black

Tattoo Size: Small

Skin Type: Fair to medium

45. Small Watercolour Rose Tattoo

Credit: Watercolor Rose Tattoo

Tattoos originally used to be worn by tribals and old-school bikers. With the popularity of tattoos, artists started developing ways to create unique styles. Tattoos have come a long way from those traditional black/green impressions on the skin to eye-catching aesthetic ones. Watercolor tattoos are one of the new tattoo styles that have got really popular. Who said roses are red when you can go pastel with watercolor rose tattoos.

Preferred Ink Colour: Purple, Lavender & Green

Tattoo Size: Medium

Skin Type: Fair to medium

46. Stars And Rose Tattoo

Credit: Stars And Rose Tattoo

Celebrities are obsessed with star tattoos. Don’t those tiny stars on Rihannas back look absolutely stunning? Combining star and rose in a single tattoo is suggests emotions like achievement and fulfillment. If you have always wanted to have a star tattoo, pairing it with a rose is a great idea. You can totally experiment with the color.

Preferred Ink Colour: Green & Black

Tattoo Size: Small or Medium

Skin Type: Fair to medium

47. Stylish Rose Flower Tattoo

Credit: stylish Rose Flower Tattoo

What if we told you that your tattoo could be stylish and adorable at the same time? Sounds tempting, right? A horizontal rose tattoo with the name of your loved one is the perfect idea for a cute, minimalist tattoo. You may keep it somber, like the one in the picture, or have colors too. If nothing is perfect, this can definitely be your nothing!

Preferred Ink Colour: Black

Tattoo Size: Small or Medium

Skin Type: Fair, medium, or dark

48. Stylish Rose Flower Tattoo Designs

Credit: Stylish Rose Flower Tattoo Designs

Minimal is the new style statement. We have already discussed the significance of outline rose tattoos. How about a red outline for the petals and a green outline for the stem and petals? First-timers, you can never go wrong with a tiny one. This rose tattoo is worth getting inked. It’s almost painless, quick, and loaded with visual appeal.

Preferred Ink Colour: Red & Black

Tattoo Size: Small

Skin Type: Fair to medium

49. Unique Rose Flower Tattoo

Credit: Unique Rose Flower Tattoo

Are we talking unique? Ever thought of an octopus and a rose tattoo?! Can it get more distinctive, a freaky, fabulous octopus with a rose head? Octopuses are no less magical than unicorns or centaurs. Pairing an octopus with a rose can have various interpretations like an illusion, escape, and devotion. The two elements together suggest a combination of strength and sensitivity. 

Preferred Ink Colour: Black

Tattoo Size: Large

Skin Type: Fair, medium & dark

50. Stylish Skull And Rose Tattoo

Credit: Stylish Skull And Rose Tattoo

We have talked a lot about the world’s fascination for skulls and roses. One great idea, including these two elements, can be a combination of different color tones. This is like creating a balance between the earth and the sky element. The picture shows a half-brown skull, and a half-blue skull with a rose at the top. Not all skull tattoos are dark and evil. Don’t give it a second thought if it looks stylish to you.

Preferred Ink Colour: Red, Blue, Black & Brown

Tattoo Size: Medium

Skin Type: Fair to medium

51. Tribal Skull And Rose Tattoo

Credit: Tribal Skull And Rose Tattoo

All of us will relate to the generous usage of skulls in movies for portraying tribal cultures. Those heavy headgears and beads make it look absolutely magnificent. If you want a traditional take on your skull and rose tattoo, consider getting this one. Despite its’s broad coverage, it wouldn’t take long to make because it’s just the outline of the elements.

Preferred Ink Colour: Black

Tattoo Size: Large

Skin Type: Fair to medium

52. Tiny Black Rose Tattoo

Credit: Tiny Rose Tattoo

Life is a series of tiny miracles, and this tiny rose tattoo may turn out one for you. Tattoos have come a long way from being perceived as large, ugly impressions on the body to pretty miniature ones. If you like expressing the most with the least, this tiny rose tattoo is meant to be inked on your back.

Preferred Ink Colour: Red & Dark Green

Tattoo Size: Small

Skin Type: Fair to medium

53. Tribal Rose Flower Tattoo Small

Credit: Tribal Rose Flower Tattoo Small

You can find your tribe in this foxy tribal rose tattoo. Black is the safest ink choice for tribal tattoos. These tribal patterns can be the perfect inspiration for your next tattoo. Such tattoos are unisex and versatile, too, because tribal will never go out of style.

Preferred Ink Colour: Black

Tattoo Size: Small

Skin Type: Fair, medium & dark

54. Tribal Rose Tattoo On Lower Back

Credit: Tribal Rose Tattoo On Lower Back

You can experiment with your tribal tattoo by adding a minimal rose to it. By now, we have established how sexy lower back tattoos can be. At the same time, you may also choose to hide it from strangers. There can be no good reason not to like a tribal touch on your rose tattoo.

Preferred Ink Colour: Black

Tattoo Size: Small or Medium

Skin Type: Fair, medium & dark

55. Wonderful Rose Tattoo On Lower Back

Credit: Wonderful Rose Tattoo On Lower Back

If you want a feminine rose tattoo, a bright, blooming rose tattoo on your lower back will be the right tattoo idea for you. Not only will it reflect love and passion, but it will look sizzling hot on your lower back. These truly are the hottest tattoos to get.

Preferred Ink Colour: Red

Tattoo Size: Small or Medium

Skin Type: Fair to medium

56. Lion And Rose Tattoo

Credit: Lion And Rose Tattoo

A combination of lion and rose tattoos is great for suggesting a balance between strength and softness. Your back is the perfect place for having this tattoo because there will be no shortage of space. Just a black shaded tattoo alone looks amazing. You can, of course, add colors to it too. 

Preferred Ink Colour: Black

Tattoo Size: Medium to large

Skin Type: Fair to medium

57. Lion And Rose Tattoo Full Back

Credit: Lion And Rose Tattoo Full Back

Usually, a combination of lion and rose in a tattoo suggests a contrast between the soft and the strong. It may even suggest the balance between masculinity and femininity. However, this picture showcases the lion family – a lion, a lioness, two cubs, and two red roses. Rather than the traditional meaning, this lion and rose tattoo depicts the importance of family and love by using the lion family as a metaphor.

Preferred Ink Colour: Black and red

Tattoo Size: Large

Skin Type: Fair to medium

58. Outstanding Rose Tattoo On Back

Credit: Outstanding Rose Tattoo On Back

In a world full of averages, a rose tattoo is truly outstanding. The picture above shows a large rose in the center, surrounded by leaves and two other small roses on each side. The pattern put together looks like a flying bird. It’s your tattoo, and you can take the liberty to make it look like anything you want. Adding a butterfly and stars to this tattoo suggests growth and hope.

Preferred Ink Colour: Black, red & blue

Tattoo Size: Large

Skin Type: Fair, medium & dark

59. Snake And Rose Tattoo

Credit: Snake And Rose Tattoo

This tattoo has got a strong meaning to it. A red rose combined with a snake symbolizes passion in love. The snake in such tattoos depicts the passion getting stronger and stronger, turning into temptation. This suggests loss of innocence and one willingness to go to any heights in love. This tattoo uses a single ink – red to strongly portray the emotion.

Preferred Ink Colour: Red

Tattoo Size: Medium

Skin Type: Fair to medium 

60. Dagger And Rose Tattoo

Credit: Dagger And Rose Tattoo

The last rose tattoo idea to get your back inked with is a dagger and rose tattoo. The two elements – dagger and rose are polar opposites, yet they can coexist beautifully in the same tattoo. For example, heart and dagger tattoos are popular in depicting betrayals in love. A pierced rose, and dagger tattoo portray the same emotion. Alternatively, a dagger can represent the dark side of life, while the rose depicts love and joy.

Preferred Ink Colour: Red & Balck

Tattoo Size: Medium

Skin Type: Fair to medium

Youtube Video

Max Peters

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.