Do you want to get a tattoo but not sure what the significance of the Shin tattoo designs for women and their meaning are? I know what you are thinking. I had that exact same question and if you are in the identical situation, read on.
Another way to think about tattoos is to consider what your tattoos mean. Is it only your artwork and everything you have done is add color and a design, however that may be, but it’s still a tattoo, is a tattoo still yours if it was someone else’s idea? No matter what is behind the markings you are left with a single meaning that may bring back fond memories of growing up or telling the story of what you are or who you are.
What is Shin Tattoo? Shin Tattoo means the god Shin. Some think that is a Chinese reference and is another way of saying God or a deity. Shin means God and tattoos are calling talismans. In Japanese, the word Shin means fate and it’s one way they tie in with some tattoo designs. By way of example, there’s a tattoo design where the lines of the tattoo enter the shape of a Shin which means it’s fate.
Another Shin tattoo is a small circle that is one of my favorites because it says that the word “love” and I believe that means something different depending on what your interpretation of love is.