Egyptian Tattoo Lower Back

Picture of an excellent tattoo on the lower back of a woman. A classic Egyptian symbol of a women with extended wings and head wear.

Egyptian Tattoo Pictures

Commonly used for fertility purposes, these tattoos were found more often on women than men.
Today, Egyptian tattoos are common with men as well as women. They are often used for the meaning of hieroglyphic designs, but many get them simply because they like the look of these ancient designs.
Some are simply black and gray while others can be very colorful with elements of gold. Most of the designs are very pleasant and peaceful in appearance, however, there are others that are specifically tailored to be disturbing in nature. Some are even quite romantic, such as those designed after the Egyptian Goddess of Love.

Egyptian tattoos can have a wide variety of meanings. Some may be sentimental, other are based on ancient traditions and beliefs, but most are used for their symbolic meanings or simply for their attractive appearances.
Picture of a wonderfully designed tattoo that combines the Eye of Horus with an Ankh. Plus a tribal inspired pair of wings.
Picture of a Egyptian warrior bird armed for battle and located on the right shoulder and tricep area of a man.

Viking Tattoo Picture

Picture of a color-rich viking tattoo featuring a blonde headed man with braided hair and piercing eyes. Design is located on the shoulder and upper arm.

Here we see some traditional viking artwork featuring a scowling male with horned headgear and long facial hair.
Picture of a viking warrior armed with a sword and posed in a striking fashion. Once again we see the classic horned helmet upon his head.

Horseshoe Tattoo Pictures

Many of these tattoos are simply designed to symbolize luck. They can feature a horseshoe turned in any direction, depending on the design and the symbolism intended for specific tattoos.
Most designs will incorporate other decorative elements and many will include words or slogans related to luck, lady luck, or the luck of the Irish. The designs are only limited by the imagination and creativity of the designer.
The most infamous horseshoe of all time has to be the one Amy Winehouse wore on her left shoulder. She had a large decorative horseshoe turned upward on the top of her shoulder. The words "Daddy's Girl" were tattooed around the horseshoe, with the first word on the top of her shoulder and the second word sitting below the horseshoe on her arm.

This tattoo has become famous and is even sold as a temporary tattoo online today. The singer is no longer alive, but her tattoos continue to make a lasting impression on fans around the world.
Horseshoe tattoos can have sentimental meanings, such as the one worn by Amy Winehouse, or they can simply be a symbol of luck, good fortune, or protection.
Picture of a superbly designed chest piece including two swalow birds, the phrase "Born To Lost Live To Win", accompanied by a horseshoe centerpiece and flaming background and a pair of nautical stars and playing cards.
Picture of a large nautical star with an equally sized horseshoe serving as the framework of the design.
Picture of a cute piece of artwork located on the back of the calf. A design that features angel wings and a name
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