Rose Tattoos

Danielle Bregoli

Danielle Bregoli, the rebellious teen who coined the term “Cash Me Ousside, How Bow Dah?” during an appearance on the Dr Phil show, has a large flower tattoo on her right upper arm. The tattoo says “Family First,” which seems ironic considering that her disrespect for her mother is what landed her on TV in the first place.

She got the inking in March 2017 just before her 14th birthday. It’s shocking that any tattoo artist would do a tattoo so large on someone so young. In her home state of Florida, the legal minimum for all tattoos is 16 years old with parental consent and 18 without permission.

“So what I got a tattoo at 14, bitch I was wearing big earrings in 3rd grade, catch me ousside,” she tweeted.

Danielle responded to accusations that the tattoo is fake by posting a video in which she wipes at the tattoo with a wet paper towel to show that no ink comes off. It’s real. The tattoo looks decent at least, but we hope she doesn’t come to regret it.

Ruby Rose

Ruby Rose has a tattoo on her lower back of a tribal design with a rose at the center, inspired by her name. The regrettable “tramp stamp” was her first tattoo which she got when she was only 16 years old. That was in the early 2000s when lower back tattoos were all the rage, but now styles have changed and the tramp stamp is a much-mocked cliche. Ruby doesn’t love the design anymore but she sees it as a part of who she is.

“It’s a typical tramp stamp, with a rose and an architectural design around it.  It’s ridiculous,” She told Canvas magazine. “It’s such a 16-year-old’s tattoo. I would never get that now. But I would never get it removed either. It’s one of my favorites because it was my first.”

Melanie Martinez

Melanie Martinez has a few tattoos of drawings by Masami Yanagida, but this one on her left calf was the first.  It’s a little girl jumping in the air but her head is cut off and roses are spilling out of her neck.  The girl’s blouse says “For Joy” as a reference to the expression “jump for joy.”  Melanie went to artist Gary Royal in October 2015 who turned the drawing ink permanent body art.  They made some changes to the colors, most noticeably making the skirt pink. (more…)


In October 2015, Wolftyla got this large tattoo of two roses which covers her left forearm. Artist Richard Zayas Jr. writes “Repost of those roses I did for @wolftyla couple months back! These things never get old, I would tattoo roses all day if I had the choice! All done with World Famous Inks, hope you like!!”