Summer is coming , and it’s tattoo seasoning! Lower back tattoos have always been popular for girls; they are considered to be one of the hottest tattoo choices out there. They can be a very stylish tattoo, for a woman, they usually don’t work for men in the same way. They got a little bit of a bad rap when they were called tramp stamps. The owner of the tattoo cannot see the tattoo themselves; these tattoos are visible to other people. They are the kind of tattoos that are magnets for other people.

In the 90’s young women were getting a lot of tattoos, especially in the California area. Most of those girls were getting lower back tattoos because the popularity of them was on the rise. That’s where they got the name of a tramp stamp. They may have got a bad rap at one point. But we are not going to let that stop us.

A piece located in the middle of the wearer’s back leads up to her neck. The design incorporates scroll-work and the edges of the tattoo resemble an oversimplified depiction of a feather.

Red ink is exclusively used to create the image of a rooster and a few falling feathers on the left side of the wearer’s back.

A black lotus runs up the left side of the wearer’s back with rightward running branches. A couple perches upon a branch and looks onto a purple sky and the moon. The right side of the tattoo has a myriad of images, the most prominent being a green marijuana leaf, and an illegible quote runs underneath the piece.

This large tattoo adorns the wearer’s back, arms, and buttocks with traditional coloring and images depicting a dragon.