What tattoo guns do Miami ink use?
Miami Ink uses many different brands of tattoo machines. Some are even specially made for each member by friends.
they use normally tattoo guns they just set they up how they like dem
Every good tattoo shop will keep that a secret, so i assume Miami ink will do the same.
Well from what I've seen Indian ink seems to stay better than any other ink, I personally use gel pen ink.
No, use regular tattoo ink and get it done at a real tattoo parlor. Don't use pen ink.
I have a tattoo of a butterfly on the top of my hand. While the only sure way to avoid tattoo fading is to cover the tattoo while in the sun that's not feasible. I use Miami Ink fade shield sunblock stick and it works great! I also use Ink Armor tattoo cover sleeves to cover the tattoos on my arms.
You should not use "homemade" tattoo ink, it is not safe.
Expired tattoo ink should be discarded. Using expired tattoo ink increases the risk of infection.
Tattoo Machines and Tattoo ink, and needles
only if you use blood red
no it is not starbrite it is intenze ink brand they use
No, the waterman ink cannot be used for a tattoo. This is because the waterman ink will be easily washed away.
For the love of God...NO! If it is not tattoo "ink", which is a misnomer...it isn't actual ink, but pigment that as more akin to paint, but IS NOT PAINT, and you cannot use that either. The only thing other than actual tattoo ink that one can use would be India Ink, but this gives you poor results. Get real ink, and have a real artist do it.
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.
Let me guess...you have a bottle of black ink and you want to do a red tattoo. The ONLY way you can do a red tattoo is to use red ink. No amount of dilution will make black ink red.
It is not recommended to use Higgins ink for tattooing. It is also not approved for such use by the FDA.
You should not use Indian ink or sepia ink or any other form of drawing ink for a tattoo. Tattoo pigments are made to be used for just that, tattooing. Any reputable tattooist will use QUALITY ink for a tattoo. If you're tattooing at home, take apart your machines, put them in a plastic Ziploc bag and go get an apprenticeship and stop spreading disease.
Most tattoo shops in Maryland have tattoo artists that use white ink. Call around to the local shoos near you to see if any offer that type of ink.
Subjective question. Use either Intenze Ink or Kuro Sumi Ink.
if the ink is chunkey it is bad to use for tattoos and it will not wright on papper
Use pure undiluted liquid Green Soap, which can be purchased at any tattoo supply shop or online. Green Soap also washes tattoo ink off of skin.
You could use a needle and Indian ink, you would have to use fast, sharp poking motions so that the ink will go into the skin, it all depends on your pain tolerance and if you can do this to yourself :)
Keloids often form due to the blunt force used by ear piercing guns. Tattoo guns would be unlikely to cause keloids because they just use a needle to distribute the ink in the skin. So, to answer your question, I've never heard of a tattoo gun causing keloids. If you're still unsure, ask your local tattoo parlor and they can give you any information you want to know about tattoos.
no you can get blood poisoning
When would the technique tattooing bloodlines be implemented in a tattoo and what purpose does that type of tattooing do for the tattoo?
Bloodlining is used when people dont want an outline for their tattoo (like a smoky effect). It also comes in use during white ink tattoos, because a stencil ink would mix with the white ink and corrupt the tattoo.
Make sure the shop you go to has a license, is clean and that they ONLY use disposable needles. If you don't see them pulling out a new, sterile needle each time they start a tattoo, then don't get a tattoo from them. - - - - - You're not likely to get a bloodborne disease from a tattoo needle. If you're going to get one from a tattoo shop, it will come from the… Read More
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.
According to several tattoo forums, it goes in black but fades to a graywash color. It has a very harsh smell and is alcohol based. It can work, but overall, it is not a reccomended tattoo ink.
you will regret it later in life
i don't think so.
Yes. Use distilled water.
It's what they use in prison, but it's not as good as professional ink. It fades out too quickly.
The best ink around for a home done tattoo is a pen it is so easy to put on and if you dont want it the next day wash it off
Artist Inks can be used with airbrushes, pens, and paintbrushes. Tattoo inks are made specifically for use on the skin only (by a needle) hope this helped~
Please don't use Higgins ink for tattoos. It's manufactured for use on paper, board and film and is not approved by the FDA for tattoo ink.
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… Read More
I think it's Zinc that has a tendency to leach out the ink. Stick with whatever your artist told you to use or use Tattoo Goo.
you will be 6feet under in 2 weeks
If its a press on tattoo, dampen a paper towel, use it to get the spot you want the tattoo wet, place the tattoo face down on the spot, use the paper towel to hold it there for 30 seconds then take it off.
No. India ink is specifically a black ink. It's not a great idea to use it for tattoos, either, because they're not normally manufactured to medical standards; you should use a tattoo ink specifically designed for the purpose (or, even better plan, have your tattoo professionally done, where you can get just about any color you want).
Well first off I would never recommend using a homemade tattoo machine. That is so ghetto and unsafe. If you are interested in Tattooing I would recommend a professional Tattoo set. If you are wanting to buy a set I have many extras so just email me and I can give you a price and advice. As far as the ink goes I would recommend moms, eternal, or precision Tattoo ink from Tuscon, AZ. They… Read More
Unless that is some brand that I've never heard of, they use the same ink in England that we do here.
Due to the high vibrance of the colors, I would safely assume Eternal Ink.
Yes but don't press down too hard as it could cause ink poisoning!
What ink can you use on practice tattoo skin inplace of tattoo ink dont want to wast the real ink of fake skin?
Usually I would be recommending people NOT to use India Ink, but if it is just for practice on fake skin, the India Ink will be more than satisfactory. Since what you are tattooing is more akin to plastic than skin, it won't bleed like it would in the skin, and will allow you to hone your lining skills.
To get the best feel as to how fast you should go while working with tattoo ink, you should use tattoo ink, but for a melon you could save ink and just use India Ink which is much cheaper. This will allow you to at least play around with the machine and get a feel for it. You can never trust the results of tattooing fruit since the lines bleed out into the skin and… Read More
get help at youtube.com/tattootraining By now you have probably hacked yourself up by performing a homemade tattoo. I suggest to anyone stumbling across this question to first STOP! realize that tattooing is a SKILL. Its best to consult a professional or attain an apprenticeship before you destroy yourself. If your still intent on going through with it, yes, you may use any normal tattoo ink in a "homemade" tattoo. Its best to use Intenze or… Read More
Yes, you could. if you want to die it is done with drawing ink . and if you use home made crapyour stupid professional tools are cheap these days , I did that when i was younger on my ankle. Used a bic pen and a #11 sewing needle to put a smilie face on my ankle. Would I recommend it? No. Pen ink is toxic. And in a few years it will blot and… Read More
try searching eBay under tattoo. Never Ever Ever use anything but tattoo ink. Its not that expensive. If you are so excited to start Scratching people up (look up that term if you don't know it) buy one of the cheap starter kits off Amazon or Ebay.
yes but you have to thin out the ink some people dont have to it just depends on how the person tattoos and if they know how to without having to thin it out
No. Printer ink contains various chemicals not intended for that purpose, and is not always sterile. It can cause damage to the skin and other tissues.