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Tattoo Designs and More

Well, there’s nothing to worry about getting a star tattoo. More and more people are getting this design nowadays. And we’re not talking about just bikers or drunken sailors here; there are celebrities, models, even fathers and mothers who decide to get star tattoos. A star is one of the most common symbol ever known. You are able to learn more about a complete stranger by identifying the kind of star he has as a tattoo.

Star of David

This kind of star is six-pointed. It also sometimes called "Solomon’s Seal". Although the person who has this six-sided star tattoo may identify with Jewish culture and history personally, he may not necessarily be Jewish. Back then, Jews were forced to wear a Star of David in Nazi Germany to determine a bulls-eye target. If you see someone with a star tattoo, it may be that he is feeling a little prosecuted. It could also be that one of his relatives died in the concentration camps, and the star tattoo is his constant reminder of this part of his life.

Pentagram

This kind of star has been around for thousands of year. It is one of the most powerful but commonly misinterpreted symbols in recent times. Usually, pentagram wearers were associated with Satanism and witchcraft. Although some Satanists often wear pentagrams, they wear an inverted pentagram, with the single point downwards symbolizing power over spirit. The wearer of the upside-down pentagram star could either mean he is a Satanist or just enjoys shocking people for the sake of surprising them.

So what does the pentagram tattoo pointing upward mean? In contrast with the upside down pentagram tattoo, this depicts a good meaning because it symbolizes having the power over the elements. The upright pentagram is a religious symbol of Wiccans, Pagans and other kinds of Earth-based religions. These people are believers of peace and speak about their faith only when asked and they are also promoters of life. A pentagram shown inside a circle is called a pentacle, which is often used as a symbol of protection.

Other Star Variants

When a wish is made on a shooting star, it represents happy times filled with special promise. This is perhaps one of the reasons the star tattoo is a popular design. Shooting stars also represent great changes. The famous chain of stores, Macy’s, has a five-pointed red star as its logo and the founder of the company is believed to be sporting such a tattoo.

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While it is correct that there are a lot of ways on how we can express ourselves, there is but one among the most daring ways to do it while creating a statement that will sure last for a lifetime - getting a tattoo. When it comes to tattoos, the star design is perhaps the most admired and most popular one. However, this can also be lacking in appeal and can be very boring since star tattoo ideas have become very ordinary among the population.

However, a true star gazer and star lover may not help but be fascinated with the star design and decide to have it as a tattoo. Do not worry about commonality, as there a various ways of making an exclusive star tattoo, personalized with the help of some star tattoo ideas. Below are a few great star tattoo ideas that can help you design your own that would represent your real self.

Is there really another star shape aside from the five-pointed star that has been known to us since the day we learned how to draw? The five-pointed star is what first comes to our minds whenever we talk about stars. Well, it’s time to have a little research and to get those creative minds working! A four-pointed star (also referred to as cross shaped star) is simple and elegant, yet it can also be a base for more artistic star tattoo designs to make it distinctively unique and more attractive.

The next of the tattoo star ideas that you can consider is the pentacle, which symbolizes witchcraft and the dark side in general. However, this pentacle star tattoo idea is also gaining popularity as a tattoo selection for most people.

Religious people, on the other hand, may opt for the Star of David, the six-pointed star. Ironically, history has it that it also represents Remphan, the pagan god. There is also the cross of St. John, an eight-pointed star tattoo that is known to symbolize the emblem of Knights of Malta, which is one of the most admired religious societies during the crusades.

At the end of the day, if you like the representation of being a wholly perfected and balanced person, the seven-pointed star is a perfect symbol for you. Aside from that, it also represents childhood fanciful characters like that of a fairy. You can select any of these star tattoo ideas and add your personal touch to it to make a more exceptional and eye-catching star tattoo design.

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