Crowns blend naturally into most arrangements either as the main event or a portion of the background. They add a sort of sass as well, which they should, because you are a queen.
The most well-acknowledged meaning for a crown is royalty, but it can also signify power, wealth, or high-achieving goals yet to be attained.
Crown designs can be simple or insanely glamorous. Different cultures and time periods have distinctly different crown designs, so it can be fun to look up some history and see exactly how fancy you want to go. The level of opulence is optional, so do your research.
If you prefer jewels on the crown, know that they can make or break the look. Always make sure you know exactly what style you want, so you’re not getting heavy, black outlines for your gems instead of the resplendent, realistic shading you were expecting.
The crown can also have pearls, velvet, fur, or polished gold. It’s all the shiny things in one tattoo.
Whatever you decide, go all out. Crowns can come across either as strong or as flashy as you want. A powerful, heavy crown makes quite the statement.
A gorgeous, gem-encrusted piece is hard to look away from and is quite the confidence-inspiring piece.
Then there’s still the decision on whether or not you want it to be part of a larger picture. Is it a crown combined with nature? A crown with roses, a rampant lion, extra diamonds or a treasure chest?
Mainly, figure out what it’s portraying for you. A crown meant to show the world you are confident royalty (yas queen) will be quite the style adjustment from a crown representative of a family crest.
Show your sass and get yourself a crown tattoo that’s fit for the fiercest woman.