Holly Marie Combs’ 5 Tattoos & Their Meanings

Holly Marie Combs is an American actress who has got minimal tattoos on her body. Let’s scroll further to know more details regarding her tattoos along with their meanings. Holly Marie Combs-Tattoos

1. Rose Tattoo

Holly Marie Combs-Rose-Tattoo

Tattoo: ‘Rose’ tattoo on her back.

Meaning: Rose tattoo symbolizes love, emotions, feelings, passion, mature love, and protection from an envious lover.

2. ‘to the sea’ Tattoo

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Tattoo: ‘to the sea’ tattoo on her right torso.

Meaning: Holly got this tattoo inked in September 2014. On September 11, 2014, she uploaded the picture of this tattoo on her Instagram account, with the caption,

“There must be something strangely sacred in salt. It is in our tears and in the sea.” – Khalil Gibran”

3. Butterfly Tattoo

Holly Marie Butterfly Tattoo

Butterfly tattoo of Holly marie Combs

Tattoo: ‘Butterfly’ tattoo on her right wrist.

Meaning: Butterfly tattoo symbolizes transformation, change, rebirth, new beginnings, and journey.

4. ‘Ancient Anglo-Saxon Design’ Tattoo

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Tattoo: ‘Ancient Anglo-Saxon Design’ tattoo on her left wrist.

Meaning: The ‘Angle-Saxon’ designs became popular during the 5th century by the English people who used this art to decorate their clothes, utensils, jewelry, etc. Getting the tattoos of such art was also popular among them which represented their culture and traditions. It also symbolizes power, authority, wisdom, strength, and ferocity. Holly Marie got this tattoo inked at the age of 16. In an interview, she said,

My parents were both musicians, which made it (the rebellion) impossible. When I was 16 I got some tattoos, and my Stepfather said, ‘Oh, I want one like that.”

5. Tribal Tattoo

Tribal Tattoo-Holly Marie Combs

Tattoo: ‘Tribal’ tattoo on her right wrist.

Meaning: Holly Marie got this tattoo inked after getting split from her ex-husband, Bryan Travis Smith, in 1997, and later on in 2000, she got this tattoo modified. Tribal tattoos are the symbols of love and respect for culture, traditions, and family.

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