Many designs and images are yet to be discovered. The only medium that can provide an extreme head-to-toe makeover for a person is tattooing: The experience is much like repainting a car, except that tattoos are much more specifically targeted per area on the body. Examples of the most prominent designs available for women are remarkable in the quality of their artistic expression.
Of the best designs that have a place in tattoo culture, some of the more popular images are butterflies in motion, a female figure seeming to emerge from the hand, celebrities such as Marilyn Monroe flying while holding a heart-shaped balloon, a fire-breathing belly button dragon, and a clawing tiger on the arm. These are all worthwhile images. Even more samples seen are a Celtic design on the belly, Biblical passages on the back or leg, a tablet of Egyptian hieroglyphics, or even a treasure map, which can be a bit of clever fun for a woman.
In addition, others that have made the ink scene include Buddha laughing, roses, superwomen, angels, fairies, Zodiac signs, shooting stars, Chinese characters, and dolphins on a woman's body. The optimal signs are those like devil wings, flowing blood, and faux broken ribs. Other commonalities, once reserved for men, are the classic biker tats: Death and demons, barbed wire, evil babies, wizardry symbols, and eagles.
The location of a tattoo on a woman retains a lot of meaning. An image on the lower back, for instance, can help accentuate a girl's curves, while others can add to her glamor or provide an erotic quality.