Christina Aguilera tattoo Meanings and Photos

Tattoo Christina Aguilera

The body of the most popular pop singer adorned with five tattoos. Located all the tattoos Christina Aguilera in different parts of the body.

His first tattoo the singer struck in September 2001. Tattoo Christina Aguilera as a small flower, made with Celtic style, decorates the left wrist of the singer. Painted flower symbolizes eternal love and friendship.

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At the turn of 2001 and 2002 to decorate his body Christina made her second tattoo in the lower abdomen. The mastermind and co-author of the picture is Jorge Santos, with whom the singer suffered his first feeling of true love.

This is the third tattoo Christina Aguilera made after himself. So the singer’s neck is decorated with an inscription in italic «Xtina», which displays a shortened version of the name of the star. There was a tattoo in the same 2002, when the singer was preparing for the release of «Stripped» album.

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In the summer of next year, while preparing for the tour to support the album, Christina Aguilera made a new tattoo. The venue for its fourth star tattoos chose left forearm.
Picture taken in the form of inscriptions in two languages: Hebrew and Spanish. The inscription in Hebrew stands for the initials — «YB». «I Love you forever» — so translates the Spanish phrase «Te Amo Siempre», made in red. Man, in whose honor this tattoo is Jordan Bretmen was made.

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In 2005, on the eve of the wedding of Christina and Jordan, the singer presented her future husband a unique gift in the form of tattoos, which are made on the lower back. The inscription is also made in Hebrew and is the quote the biblical book «Song of Songs», written by the King Solomon. Literally saying «Shira Song of Songs» means «I belong to my beloved, and my beloved — me.» Beneath this inscription Christina struck the initials of her future husband — «JB».

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