Paint scheme, depends If you are going for stereotypical 'girly' looks. I mean Zartan is a girl and has her bike covered in Hulk and Crows Where as Ratty and Stockwall are guys and they have Barry Manilow tributes and rainbow stickers.
There's a girl at the university who drives an '07 GSXR 750 completely pink, even has a pink helmet to go with it, and the helmet has a mohawk on it, pretty funny. I'll try to get some pictures, I havent seen her in awhile but I know she's over there.
hahaha!!! Ratty you fool! Its a sick bike bro no doubt. I just found this a few minutes ago and that looks exactly like the bike I'm talking about. And the area looks like its right next to Lake Winnemissett (fun word) so I think this is the bike.
Those are probably her brothers, she's stuck up and I dont think she'd put up with lovehandles
back on topic, boovic, I'm not a woman, so disregard this if it's no good, but I think a good way to go about this is to figure out some character traits of yourself, and then figure out how to put them on the bike, and that's the part we all can really help with.
I will use myself as an example. I'm a simple, straightforward clean guy, as such, I like my bike to be simple, straightforward and clean. So to personalize my bike I'm looking at ways to clean it up, for instance, by removing the passenger pegs, replacing the mirrors with bar-ends, flush mount turn signals. And my bike's red because any other color just isn't as intense, so I dig the color.
Are you a very pink girl? As in, would a full paint job do the trick in hot pink? Are you a shy-er girl, and would Zartan's accents idea be better for you then? Do you want other people to notice you right off the bat, like a loud exhaust and watcanido's paint scheme? How much are you into details? For instance the chain guard, what color should that be?
The possibilities and thus, money spent on them are endless, so it's a good idea to plan it out, do a few sketches, or have some of the talented people on here do a photoshop for you... Then you can budget it out, and get it done the right way, the first time and enjoy YOUR bike for ages to come.