Floral tattoos have been indeed trendy for many years. Among the enthusiasts of such tattoos, the camellia tattoo is quite popular.
Camellia is a genus of flowering plants in the family Theaceae. They grow mainly in eastern and southern Asia. You can find them from the Himalayas east to Japan and Indonesia. People described around 100–300 species of camellia.
Camellias are evergreen shrubs or small trees up to 20 m (66 ft) tall. Their leaves are simple, thick, serrated and usually glossy. Their flowers are usually large and conspicuous, one to 12 cm in diameter. They’rewith five to nine petals in naturally occurring species of camellias. Besides the colors of the flowers vary from white through pink colors to red. In addition truly yellow flowers appear only in South China and Vietnam. Tea varieties are always white-flowered. Camellia flowers have a dense bouquet of yellow stamens, often contrasting with the color of the petals.
Floral tattoos come absolutely in a variety of colors and shapes. Camellia tattoo designs are really gorgeous. People call this delicate flower the Japanese rose. Characteristic of camellias are: romantic beauty, soft, round petals, gentle curves and charming colors.
The camellia is a symbol of desire, passion, and refinement. It is also a emblem of perfection and excellence. So if you’re a admirer of this flower or just want to express your independence, a camellia tattoo will be a perfect choice.
Camellia has a distinctive look, but it can still be tattooed in a variety of styles and colors. With a good design you can emphasize the elegant shape and rich, diverse colors of this flower. The realism camellia tattoo really captures the essence of the camellia. But realism tattoos look remarkable when done by the right people. When it comes to watercolor and camellia, it can work and look amazing. You can look like this tattoo was painted on your skin thanks to the flowing watercolor style. The camellia is even beautiful when tattooed in black and grey. Then you can focus on capturing the details of that flower.