Mandala tattoos resemble floral tattoo designs but differ when it comes to the meanings of the tattoos. They can look very beautiful and unique if done properly by a professional who is an expert for depth of a design on even the tiniest details. Mandala tattoos are most often seen in a circular form, which makes the back and chest the ideal are ideal as they also do not distort the shape of the tattoo. The large size mandala tattoos are also seen on the stomach, rib, spine, and shoulders while smaller ones are placed on the wrist, ankle, thighs, legs and back of the ear.
Flower Mandala Tattoos signify the creation and blossoming of a new idea, similar to a flower. Some floral mandala designs include other elements such as hummingbirds, bees, and butterflies. These also add a symbolic meaning with fertility and femininity.
Tribal Mandala Tattoos are similar to Native American and other tribal culture designs. These designs can also be incorporated with natural elements such as celestial bodies such as the sun, moon, and earth as they also resemble each other in terms of shapes.
Mandala tattoos are usually done in traditional black or grey colors, or a wide array of vibrant colors. These tattoos are a great option for those who believe in spirituality as mandala stands for meditation and focus.