Flower tattoos are one of the most common types of tattoos in the world. A flower tattoo is a permanent marking on the skin made by inserting ink into the layers of skin to change the pigment for decorative reasons in the form of a flower. The art of tattooing is centuries old and has been popular among indigenous people in New Zealand, Japan, South America and Africa. Flower tattoos might not be centuries old, but they have become a popular part of European and North American culture.

While tattoo is a fairly new concept for most of us, the tradition of tattoo is indeed an antique one, with Hawaiian tattoos being revered as one of the oldest tattoo art forms to emerge in the ancient times. Like all other Polynesian variants of tattoos, Hawaiian tattoo too bears with it the hallmark of exclusivity that makes it unique and exceptional in its own rights.