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Every good tattoo shop will keep that a secret, so i assume Miami ink will do the same.
No, tattoo ink isn't flammable.
If a tattoo fades fast, generally it means the tattoo artist didnt apply the ink deep enough (epidermis layer or 2.2mm). It can also happen when not using good quality tattoo ink.
no!! in the disclaimer states that there are several metals and chemicals used in this ink, including arsenic..
It's what they use in prison, but it's not as good as professional ink. It fades out too quickly.
I have had a few allergic reactions from myself and other people when I use Smart Tattoo Ink. Real puffy and red skin, sometimes the ink won't stay in, I would sugjest StarBright.
Yes, mixing tattoo ink is done every day in the tattoo studio. It works pretty much just the same as mixing any other kinds of ink.
only if you use blood red
that probabaly isn't a good thing .. your tattoo atrisit probabaly sucks, and did a horriable job .. if there is missing ink, that obviously means he missed spots ?
Quite simply, NO! This is ink that is toxic when introduced to the bloodstream, not that you should be going that deep to begin with, but you are never to use this kind of ink. If you for whatever reason can't get your hands on real tattoo ink and real materials, at least use India Ink. The results will look quite clearly home done and will probably fall out for the most part while healing, but it is at least non-toxic to you.
MOM'S Ink, Skin Candy, Intenze, and Kuri Sumi. These are the only tattoo inks I trust and are most popular. Use the wrong tattoo ink and you'll get a crappy faded tattoo.