The most intricate of Rihanna’s tattoos, her hand tat is a henna-style dragon claw complete with tiny little hibiscus flowers that extend up her wrist. RiRi’s wrist tattoo is a traditional tat done in the style of the Maori people of New Zealand, and represents aroha (love) and mana (strength). The exotic tat was imprinted on her skin in the traditional method of tattooing unique to the Maori people, and extends from her wrist all the way past her thumb and towards her right index finger. The Maori people of New Zealand use uhi, or chisels, to impress inked grooves into the skin, rather than piercing it with needles and ink.

For most people, this potential for serious pain would definitely make them change their minds, but not our Rihanna!Meaning behind the Dragon Claw TatRihanna has admitted that tattoos are a sort of addiction for her, but assures her fans that her tattoos are primarily inspired by fashion and her personal style. The pop princess now has more than a dozen tats in different places on her body, and all of her tattoos are either symbolic in some way or simply represent something she likes. By adding a tattoo to her body that represents strength and love, we get to learn a little bit more about Rihanna as a person. The songstress says she is very particular about the tattoos she gets and always chooses something with meaning to her personally.

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