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The Lavender Tattoo Meaning and 165 Blooming Tattoos to Enjoy!

by Sherri Owens

The lavender tattoo can have many different meanings - these include love, seduction, calmness, protection, spirituality, and more.

Throughout the years, I have designed a lot of floral tattoos, but the lavender tattoo is definitely up there as one of my favorites. This is probably because I use so much lavender - the scent to soothe me and the flower to decorate my home. It was only natural for me to learn as much as I could about this amazing flower.

In this post, I discuss each lavender tattoo meaning and show you the beautiful designs that accompany them. Let's begin.

What Does Lavender Symbolize?

Lavender has had quite the history, a favorite of both Ancient Egyptians as well as Ancient Romans.

One thing that the lavender flower and lavender tattoo symbolize is love. As legend has it, Cleopatra used lavender to seduce both Julius Caesar as well as Marc Antony. Apparently, she dabbed it on her wrists to lure them in.

Well, while is considered the ultimate seductress, Cleopatra isn't the only one to have used this technique. Women used to wear pouches of lavender tucked into their bosoms to lure in potential matches.

The pleasant aroma of the lavender flower was meant to draw people in. Also, it is expected that the pleasant smell with the person who is wearing the scent as well.

These days, though, the lavender flower and the lavender tattoo isn't just associated with lust or seduction. It is also considered a symbol of devotion and undying love.

Therefore, this is a good tattoo to get if you have incredibly strong feelings of a loved one. Typically, this flower is used to depict romantic love, but of course, you can use it as a symbol of platonic love.

In ancient times, lavender was also hung on the entrances to homes. This was because it was believed to ward away evil spirits.

Interestingly enough, there may have been something to this myth. These days we know that lavender is actually a rather effective antimicrobial agent. So, this plant could very well have protected families from various illnesses.

And, you can carry on this tradition with a lavender tattoo. You can get a lavender tattoo as a form of protection. This may not be just against illness. Instead, the lavender tattoo could be a ward against negative thoughts or people who wish you harm.

Even if you don't want to get the tattoo for spirituality purposes, it can be a nice way to keep a positive vibe about yourself.

Now, you may have noticed that lavender is often used as essential oil. This ingredient is also found in many sleep potions, sprays, etc. This is because lavender has a calming effect on people.

If you are someone who struggles with anxiety, then the lavender tattoo could be the perfect way to bring some calmness into your life. Get the lavender tattoo and it can be a good point for you to focus on and stay calm when it feels like everything is becoming too much for you.

It isn't just the lavender plant that holds meaning, though. The color purple also has a great deal of significance. Historically, the purple color has been associated with royalty. This is because it was notoriously difficult and expensive to produce this color. Due to this, it was only noblemen who had the resources to procure it.

So, the lavender tattoo could be used to signify importance. The lavender tattoo could be an indication of how you are choosing to remind yourself that you are important in your own life. It could also be a great indicator to treat yourself better.

The lighter hue of the lavender color can take some of the hubris associated with the earlier deep purples. The softer hue can mean importance without overindulgence. So, your lavender tattoo strikes a nice balance here.

If you are just as interested in the color as the details of your lavender tattoo, then you may be interested to know that purple is the color of the crown chakra. The crown chakra is considered to be the most spiritual chakra. It is meant to signify self realization, self actualization, and a sense of completeness.

A lot of people feel awkward about getting tattoos that are based on another culture, a lavender tattoo can be a nod to your sense of accomplishment in the spiritual aspects of your life.

In fact, in this instance, the lavender tattoo design can be rather fitting as it has another deep meaning associated with chakras. Lavender oil is considered to be a nourishing oil for all of the chakras, making it easier to align yourself so that both your physical, emotional and mental wellbeing is taken care of.

The Top Lavender Tattoo Designs

Looking for beautiful lavender tattoos? Then, here is a gorgeous collection to choose from:

Minimalistic Lavender Tattoos

Do you love what the lavender tattoo represents but want a simple, yet beautiful tattoo design? If so, then a minimalistic lavender tattoo is the way to go.

Don't worry - the interesting shape and the unique appearance of the lavender flower will still make for a recognizable and beautiful lavender tattoo.

Here are some of the lavender tattoo ideas that you can look through.

Mini Sprig of Lavender Tattoo

Image by @lilybluetattoo via Instagram

Small Lavender Sprig Tattoo

Image by @tattoo.by.amy via Instagram

Black Ink Lavender Sprig Tattoo

Image by @inagaki.ink via Instagram

Purple Lavender Sprig Shoulder Tattoo

Image by @silent.morning_tattoo via Instagram

Fineline Lavender Tattoo Design

Image by @jennadeart via Instagram

Black and Grey Lavender Forearm Tattoo

Image by @inksmith_tattoocolorado via Instagram

Simple Lavender Tattoo Design

Image by @lucyvalentinatattoo via Instagram

Lil Lavender Tattoo Design

Image by @brunamarassitattoo via Instagram

Black Lavender Tattoo for Arm

Image by @babinicz_handpoke and horyzonttattoo via Instagram

Black Line Lavender Tattoo for Arms

Image by @tattoonium via Instagram

Lavender with Leaves Arm Tattoo

Image by @rachael_ann_bell via Instagram

Tiny Purple Lavender Leg Tattoo

Image by @camilatatuagens via Instagram

Some Strands of Lavender Tattoo

Image by @jennadeart via Instagram

Delicate Little Lavender Sprig Tattoo on Chest

Image by @laurabeatricetattoo via Instagram

Two Strands Lavender Forearm Tattoo

Image by @takeme2atlantis via Instagram

Bold Lines Lavender Tattoo

Image by @lh.tattoo via Instagram

Tiny Lavender Rib Tattoo

Image by @tattoobymurat via Instagram

Small Sprigs of Lavender Tattoo

Image by @ally.tattooartist via Instagram

Purple Lavender and Green Leaves Tattoo with a Text

Image by @chasing.rabbits via Instagram

Black and Grey Mini Lavender Tattoo

Image by @finelinecosmetics.tattoo via Instagram

Dotwork Lavender Sprig Tattoo

Image by @karpa.tattoo via Instagram

Little Baby Lavender Tattoo

Image by @awall_art_ via Instagram

Lavender Collar Bone Tattoo Piece

Image by @sharp_pokes via Instagram

Lavender Sprigs Arm Tattoo

Image by @jes.tattoos via Instagram

Purple and Green Little Lavender Wrist Tattoo

Image by @whitelotusbodyarts via Instagram

A Bunch of Lavender Flowers Tattoo Piece

Image by @grant_modoink via Instagram

Fine Line Lavender Sprigs Forearm Tattoo

Image by @chrisharveytattoo via Instagram

Tiny Lavender Floral Tattoo

Image by @wickynicky via Instagram

Fineline Lavender Tattoo Piece

Image by @siobhansbeard via Instagram

Small Lavender Tattoos

If you think that minimalistic and small lavender tattoos are interchangeable, think again. The reality is that they are quite different.

The minimalistic lavender tattoo is all about a simple design. A small lavender tattoo, however, is just about size. Due to this, you can have a rather complex tattoo design in the form of a tiny tattoo.

A small lavender tattoo is a great option if you want your lavender tattoo to be in a specific place. For instance, if you want finger tattoos or behind the ear designs, then small tattoos are the way to go. This also works well if you want a delicate ankle tattoo.

If a lavender ankle tattoo is not your thing, another place to get a lavender tattoo is on your collar bone. As this is a rather delicate part of your body, it can make your lavender tattoo seem even more intricate and dainty.

In any case, here are the lavender tattoo ideas that you can borrow from:

Tiny Purple Lavender Strands Tattoo

Image by @rachelwoodtattoo via Instagram

Mini Lavender Branch Forearm Tattoo

Image by @lukasemmanuel via Instagram

Lettering and Lavender Tattoo

Image by @stefanytattoos via Instagram

Purple Lavender Wrist Tattoo

Image by @studiobysol via Instagram

Tiny Lavender Stems Tattoo Piece

Image by @inkling.ph via Instagram

Small Twin Lavender Collarbone Tattoo

Image by @letsdoodles via Instagram

Watercolor Lavender Tattoo Design

Image by @abii_tattoo via Instagram

Mini Purple Lavender Tattoo

Image by @element_modoinkk via Instagram

Lavender Sprigs and Lettering Tattoo

Image by @inkypaperclip via Instagram

Tiny Black Lavender Tattoo

Image by @tivas via Instagram

Grayscale Tiny Delicate Lavender Tattoo

Image by @kittycrosstown via Instagram

Tiny Purple Lavender Ribs Tattoo

Image by @guseul_tattoo via Instagram

Lavender Ankle Tattoo Piece

Image by @ohmybeautybyohmymag via Instagram

Tiny Lavender Wrist Tattoo

Image by @alienosaurus via Instagram

Purple and Green Mini Lavender Collarbone Tattoo

Image by @egos_guzellik_dunyasi via Instagram

Purple Two Strand Lavender Wrist Tattoo

Image by @nemo.tattoo via Instagram

Twin Lavender Forearm Tattoo

Image by @virtualgirlfrnd via Instagram

Tied Lavender Tattoo on the Chest

Image by @ink22.tattoo via Instagram

Micro Lavender Tattoo on the Ankle

Image by @tattoos.by.topher via Instagram

Tiny Reddish Lavender Flower Tattoo

Image by @tattoo_thailand via Instagram

Small Blue Color Lavender Tattoo

Image by @theblackhattattoo via Instagram

Tiny Lavender Floral Ankle Tattoo

Image by @wittybutton_tattoo via Instagram

Blue Stem Lavender Flower Tattoo

Image by @hanin_tattoo_kuwait via Instagram

Small Lavender Tattoo on the Leg

Image by @kico.tattoo via Instagram

Two Strand Purple Lavender Tattoo Piece

Image by @tattooist_river via Instagram

Purple Twin Lavender Tattoo on Hands

Image by @namastetattoo_via Instagram

Purple Lavender Floral Tattoo

Image by @bodyanthology via Instagram

A Sprig of Lavender Ankle Tattoo

Image by @holly_tattoos via Instagram

Tiny Lavender Tattoo on the Collarbone

Image by @grangertattoos via Instagram

Mini Lavender Ankle Tattoo

Image by @nur_tattoo_art via Instagram

Black and Grey Lavender Tattoos

I know what you are thinking - how is a black and grey lavender tattoo different from the black tattoos that you checked out for the minimalistic design?

Well, this all has to do with the shading. Most of these black and grey lavender tattoos have grey shading on the tips of the lavender flowers. This makes some truly beautiful and unique tattoo art.

While there is no denying that lavender flowers have beautiful purple petals, you may be looking for something a little different with your lavender tattoo design.

Also, taking away the color with your black and grey lavender tattoo could be a good way to pare down the meaning of your tattoo as well. You may want to focus on the calming or healing elements of the flower.

If this is the case, then check out these gorgeous lavender flower tattoo concepts that don't use any colored ink at all!

Black and Grey Little Lavender Tattoo

Image by @s0phiefoxtattoos via Instagram

Black and Grey Baby Lavender Sprigs Tattoo

Image by @amyemeraldink via Instagram

Black and Grey Floral Tattoo Piece

Image by @spacemonkey8000 via Instagram

Black and Grey Abstract Leaves and Lavender Flowers Tattoo

Image by @tattoosbydawngrace via Instagram

Mini Black and Grey Lavender Tattoo Behind the Ear

Image by @mr.irish84 via Instagram

Black and Grey Lavender Tattoo Piece

Image by @llaura.brow via Instagram

Lavender and Vanilla Bean Tattoo Design

Image by @leasytattoo via Instagram

Black and Grey Lavender Flowers Ribs Tattoo

Image by @tattoosbydawngrace via Instagram

Small Black and Grey Lavender Tattoo on Ankle

Image by @twisted_tattoo_yaxley via Instagram

Black and Grey Lavender Chest Tattoo

Image by @harringtontattoo via Instagram

Black and Grey Delicate Lavender Sprig Tattoo

Image by @sashaink via Instagram

Realistic Lavender Tattoos

If you are getting a lavender flower tattoo because it holds a great deal of meaning for you, then a realistic lavender tattoo is the way to go. The closer you can get to the real flower in terms of the purple color and detail, the more meaningful your lavender tattoo may feel to you.

Not to mention, this is a beautiful plant and it is only natural that you would want to capture all the elements that make it lovely.

To ensure that you get a truly realistic lavender tattoo, it is a good idea to take a proper picture to your tattoo artist. Then, discuss things such as color, detail, shading, etc.

It is also a good idea to ask your tattoo artist to plan out the realistic lavender tattoo well ahead of time. This way, you can get to see what the lavender tattoo will look like and make any changes that you want to the lavender design.

You will find that for this kind of lavender tattoo, an ankle tattoo placement is quite popular. Then again, you can get your realistic lavender tattoo anywhere that you like!

While you would imagine that an authentic lavender tattoo would have to be in color, you would be mistaken. You can absolutely skip the color if your goal is to pay extra attention to the detail.

A black and white realistic lavender tattoo can be a good look for anyone who wants a more classic tattoo.

Twin Purple Lavender Tattoo

Image by @mint.brain.tattoo via Instagram

Small Size Purple Lavender Tattoo

Image by @lilb_saigonink via Instagram

Black Line Purple Lavender Tattoo

Image by @rachellmvriee and blackamethysttattooco via Instagram

Purple Lavender Sprigs Tattoo

Image by @meganmaryrosetattoo via Instagram

Maroon Lavender Arm Tattoo

Image by @anna.tattoo.w via Instagram

Purple and White Lavender Bunch Tattoo

Image by @goodtattoostudio via Instagram

Black Stem Lavender Sprigs Tattoo

Image by @jorgi_girl1 via Instagram

Purple and Green Lavender Flower Tattoo

Image by @nikkipowertattoo via Instagram

Lavender Bouquet Forearm Tattoo Piece

Image by @flowerhouse.tattoo via Instagram

Lavender and Rosemary Tattoo Piece

Image by @goodtattoostudio via Instagram

Lavenders and Bluebells Ribs Tattoo

Image by @maiko.only via Instagram

Lavender Flower Wrist Tattoo

Image by @247.k via Instagram

Vintage Lavender Flower Forearm Tattoo

Image by @katerollinsontattoo via Instagram

Big & Small Lavender Flowers Arm Tattoo

Image by @alice.tattoo via Instagram

Sprig of Lavender Tattoo Piece

Image by @inkantations13 via Instagram

Greyscale Lavender Tattoo Piece

Image by @gemicco via Instagram

Two Strands Lavender Flower Tattoo

Image by @paigehutchinson_tattoo via Instagram

Bunch of Lavender Flowers Tattoo Piece

Image by @art_by_drizzle via Instagram

Green Leaves and Purple Flowers Forearm Tattoo

Image by @mervsahin via Instagram

Twin Lavender Flower Rib Tattoo

Image by @studiobysol via Instagram

Purple Lavender Forearm Tattoo

Image by @templearttattoo via Instagram

Bunch of Lavender Flowers and Dragon Fly Tattoo

Image by @tattoosbymarilyn via Instagram

Two Strands Lavender Flower Arm Tattoo

Image by @bau_hontattoo via Instagram

Lavender Flower Leg Tattoo Piece

Image by @gavinnoooo via Instagram

Two Strands Red Lavender Flower Tattoo

Image by @frommay_tat via Instagram

Purple and Red Mix Lavender Flowers Tattoo

Image by @jayde_elesia_tattoos via Instagram

Shaded Purple Lavender Flower Tattoo

Image by @hydravolve via Instagram

Grey Stem and Purple Lavender Flower Tattoo Piece

Image by @nawrockitattoo and horyzonttattoo via Instagram

Purple Lavender Bouquet Tattoo Piece

Image by @carylcunningham via Instagram

Black and Grey Lavender Forearm Tattoo Piece

Image by @booomy and littlearttattoo via Instagram

Purple Lavender with Green Leaves Thigh Tattoo

Image by @labady.ttt via Instagram

Crowded Lavender Petal Forearm Tattoo Piece

Image by @roryriot via Instagram

Traditional Lavender Tattoos

This is not one of the more common tattoo ideas for the lavender flower tattoo, but I still love this concept. Here, the lavender tattoo is done up in the style of the American traditional tattoo.

The cornerstones of this tattoo style is bold lines and colorful ink. It is also a very classic style so if you want a slightly more vintage look to your lavender tattoo, this is such a great idea to consider!

Traditional Lavender Bouquet Forearm Tattoo

Image by @og_guillotine_tattoo via Instagram

Black and Grey Lavender Spriggy Tattoo

Image by @simone.tattoos via Instagram

Light Purple Lavender Floral Tattoo Piece

Image by @heatherdelbene via Instagram

Lavender Floral Bunch Tattoo Piece

Image by @jakebowmantattooer via Instagram

Traditional Lavender Flowers Arm Tattoo

Image by @jakebowmantattooer via Instagram

Other Flower and Lavender Tattoos

Like the lavender flower tattoo, other flowers can also have a special and interesting meaning. Therefore, if you combine the lavender with other flower tattoos, you could create an even greater symbolism for your lavender tattoo.

There is also no denying that lavender and other beautiful flowers are absolutely stunning together. So, lavender and other flower tattoos is a great tattoo concept if you are looking for a gorgeous tattoo and ink with multiple meanings.

Grey Rose and Lavender Tattoo

Image by @mrs.tattoo_ via Instagram

Bunch of Purple Flowers with a Hand Tattoo

Image by @bisbytattoos via Instagram

Tiny Lavender Tattoo with Some Little Flowers

Image by @lauraevelyn.ink and the_painted_ladies via Instagram

Sunflowers, Lily of the Valley and Lavender Bouquet Tattoo

Image by @takeme2atlantis via Instagram

Small Poppy, Lavender and Dandelion Bouquet Tattoo

Image by @ally.tattooartist via Instagram

Olive and Lavender Arm Tattoo

Image by @taei_monde via Instagram

Wildflowers Fineline Tattoo Piece

Image by @jennadeart via Instagram

Custom Bouquet of Pretty Florals Tattoo

Image by @takeme2atlantis via Instagram

Black and Grey Lavender Florals Tattoo Piece

Image by @heidikayetattoo via Instagram

Gerber Daisies and Lavender Bouquet Tattoo

Image by @melbtattoos via Instagram

Colorful Florals Forearm Tattoo

Image by @katerollinsontattoo via Instagram

Yellow and Purple Floral Bouquet Forearm Tattoo

Image by @sarahameliatattoos via Instagram

Poppy and Lavender Ribs Tattoo

Image by @bizzart_malta via Instagram

Blue and Purple Floral Tattoo Piece on Leg

Image by @serhatiren via Instagram

Sweet Floral Sprig Tattoo

Image by @hollyridingtattoo via Instagram

Black Line Floral Tattoo Piece

Image by @kellyneedles via Instagram

Colored Floral Bouquet Tattoo Piece

Image by @miamelleo_tattoo via Instagram

Black and Grey Lavender and Sunflower Tattoo

Image by @vero_tattoo_art via Instagram

Purple Lavender and Pink Floral Tattoo Piece

Image by @jenstattoos via Instagram

California Poppy and Lavender Tattoo

Image by @liebe_tattoo via Instagram

Colorful Florals Back Tattoo

Image by @elizabethftattoos via Instagram

Yellow, Blue and Purple Floral Tattoo

Image by @nilotna_bricot via Instagram

Purple Lavender and Lily of the Valley Floral Tattoo

Image by @misslizzietattoo via Instagram

Forget-Me-Nots and Lavender Bouquet Tattoo

Image by @k_inx via Instagram

Skull Hand Holding Rainbow Color Poppy and Lavender Florals Tattoo

Image by @hktattoo_tina via Instagram

Variety of Florals Tattoo Design

Image by @flow_tattoo_toronto via Instagram

Lavender and Daisy Tattoo

Image by @mo.no.tattoo via Instagram

Yellow Flowers and Lavender Tattoo

Image by @daphnelovetattoo via Instagram

Bee and Lavender Tattoos

In the tattoo world, a bee is a fairly common part of a lavender tattoo. This isn't surprising as bees are drawn to flowers. However, this kind of lavender tattoo isn't just about the representation of nature. This is because bees have their own meaning and symbolism behind them.

Bees can be representative of community and family due to their hive mentality. At the same time, they are symbols of hard work, industrialism, and success.

These little creatures are also seen as guardians of nature as well. This is because they are often responsible for various plants thriving. Therefore, if the lavender is a representation of yourself or your spirituality, then the bee can be a symbol of guarding this element of you.

Tattoo Of A Bee Sitting On Purple Lavender Flower

Image by @_rony_tattoo via Instagram

Three Strand Lavender Tattoo and Bee Tattoo

Image by @jeidoo__ via Instagram

Fine Line Lavender Floral and Bumble Bee Tattoo

Image by @gnewby_tattooer via Instagram

Greyscale Lavender and Bee Forearm Tattoo

Image by @jessicat__tattoos via Instagram

Tattoo of a Fluffy Bee Flying Towards Lavender Flower

Image by @noir.gent via Instagram

Lavender and Bee Tattoo Piece

Image by @martin_hatton via Instagram

Two Strands Lavender Flower and Bee Arm Tattoo

Image by @wixien_custom.ink via Instagram

Lavender Florals and Bumble Bee Tattoo

Image by @smith.ink via Instagram

Bumble Bee and Florals Tattoo Piece

Image by @lauraevelyn.ink via Instagram

Lavender and Bee Leg Tattoo

Image by @taintedoaktattoo via Instagram

Colorful Bee and Lavender Tattoo Piece

Image by @jasmineworthtattoos via Instagram

Shaded Lavender and Two Bees Tattoo

Image by @tattooist_veni via Instagram

Three Strands Lavender and Bumble Bee Tattoo

Image by @lucyfer_artist via Instagram

Lavender with Bumblebee Forearm Tattoo

Image by @april.julia.tattoo via Instagram

Three Bumblebees and Lavender Tattoo

Image by @jettyroadtattoo via Instagram

Butterfly and Lavender Tattoos

Like the bee, the butterfly in your lavender tattoo has a meaning all its own. The butterfly is often associated with transformation. This is because it starts off as a caterpillar and then goes onto develop into a beautiful butterfly.

To some, the butterfly in the lavender tattoo can also indicate freedom. This is because these delicate creatures have the ability to fly away at will.

When combined with your lavender tattoo, the butterfly could indicate spiritual transformation. It could also indicate how you have transformed into a calmer and enlightened person.

The butterfly and lavender tattoo is also a great choice for anyone who is looking for an ultra feminine flower tattoo. As these are two traditionally feminine elements, it results in a rather lovely tattoo.

Rose and Lavender Tattoo with a Butterfly

Image by @hktattoo_tina via Instagram

Lavender and Monarch Butterfly Tattoo Piece

Image by @queenmabofspells via Instagram

Lavender and Blue Butterfly Tattoo

Image by @guseul_tattoo via Instagram

Lavender Flower and Twin Butterflies Tattoo

Image by @anubistudio via Instagram

Crystal and Lavender Tattoos

This is a newer take on the lavender tattoo concept. This is because crystals have only recently entered the mainstream market. However, they have caught on quite quickly and most people find a great deal of comfort in crystals.

Crystals are typically used to help people get rid of stress, negative auras, and poor energies. They can also use it to cleanse themselves and their environment.

As this is something lavender is used for quite often as well, it only makes sense to combine these two elements into a crystal and lavender tattoo.

In addition to the crystal, you may also find a crescent moon represented in the lavender tattoo. This could have to do with the feminine energy of the moon or the fact that the moon is an important part of most pagan rituals and ceremonies.

Cartoon Style Lavender and Yellow Crystal Tattoo Piece

Image by @friedrich_heyden via Instagram

Greyscale Crystal with Lavender Tattoo

Image by @tyname.ink via Instagram

Little Crystal and Lavender Bundle Tattoo

Image by @uglydog via Instagram

Purple Crystals and Lavender Tattoo

Image by @jaynejezebelletattoos via Instagram

Cut Little Crystal and Lavender Tattoo

Image by @sirens.ink_tattoo via Instagram

Crystal Tattoo Tied With Bundle of Lavender Flowers

Image by @jailhouse_tattoo via Instagram

Astrological Lavender Tattoos

This is another relatively new concept for the lavender tattoo. These days, astrology has become quite important to people and many individuals put a great deal of stock in the stars and their horoscopes.

If this is something you do as well or if you believe that there is a lot of meaning in your birth sign, this kind of lavender tattoo is definitely for you.

Here are the lavender tattoo concepts that you can consider for your own ink:

Gemini Birth Sign with Lavender Tattoo

Image by @bunami.ink via Instagram

Gemini with Lavender Tattoo

Image by @iriss_tattoo via Instagram

Pisces with Floral Tattoo

Image by @bunami.ink via Instagram

Ornate Lavender Tattoos

Most lavender tattoo concepts are simple or basic. However, this doesn't really appeal to everyone. If you love the meaning behind the lavender tattoo but also like a bit of glitz and glamor, you are probably on the lookout for a different kind of lavender tattoo.

You should check out these ornate lavender tattoo concepts. They definitely show you that there is more than one way of getting a lavender tattoo!

Lavender Tattoo with Constellations and Jewels

Image by @munsell_tattoo via Instagram

Lavender Tattoo with Gem Stone Jewel

Image by @inkandartbyida via Instagram

Now you know the meaning behind the lavender tattoo and the various lavender tattoo concepts that represent these concepts. Go ahead and do some soul searching to find exactly which one you should get!

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