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The Variation from One Ink Brand to Another 

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Despite all information you have from the articles that talks about top tattoo ink manufacturers, their histories, and the benefits that each brand has to offer you, it can still be difficult to choose which of those is perfect for your clients. What bother your mind are the things you need to consider when choosing the tattoo inks for your shop. 

When you try to recall all the information you had about the best tattoo ink brands, you will start to notice some connections that might serve as a good point in order for you to start choosing the right brand. Some of the major areas that you need to consider when weighing the advantages or disadvantages one tattoo brand have over another are the following: place of manufacture of the tattoo inks, its composition, whether they are stable pigment-based inks or pre-dispersed, color options available, the one in charge in innovation, and, of course, the price. Once you finish assessing all of these and see who offers what, you will slowly figure out which benefits are most vital to you. Then, you will be able to have a well-built foundation for making up your mind on which tattoo ink brand’s best suit you and your client. 

  • For the type of ink 

Stable pigment-based inks are more likely to be used by old school tattoo artists while pre-dispersed inks are usually for new school artists. Prior to getting all the information like the cost and the color variation, you have to know first which brands offer the core type of ink you like better. 

Alla Prima is the stable pigment-based ink that is available in the market today. It is actually the only one Painful Pleasures carries at present. All of the other inks that the said place have are pre-dispersed and mostly ready to use right out of the bottle. You won’t have to be bothered about the mixing pigments and they will all have a fine flow that does not require the thinning and further mixing that stable pigments entail. 

  • For the place of manufacture 

Eleven of the 14 top tattoo ink brands are made in the United States of America (USA). Those brands include Alla Prima Ink,Arcane,Bloodline (formerly Skin Candy),Dynamic,Eternal Ink,Fantasia,Formula 51,Intenze Tattoo Inks,Mom’s Ink by Millennium Colors, Inc.,Radiant, andStarbrite Colors Tattoo Ink. The remaining three are made outside USA. Kuro Sumi tattoo inks are made in Japan and Panthera Black InkandSacred Colors are made in Italy. 

  • Organic and Vegan Tattoo Inks 

In recent years, a brand new wave of non toxic tattoo inks has emerged. After some  

Of the chemicals used in many tattoo inks were linked to causing cancer, tattoo inks from organic pigments have been developed. Brands like Intenze, Eternal Ink,Formula 51, andKuro Sumi are the leading brands that says that their pigments are all made from ingredients harvested straight from nature.  

Despite all information you have from the articles that talks about top tattoo ink manufacturers, their histories, and the benefits that each brand has to offer you, it can still be difficult to choose which of those is perfect for your clients. What bother your mind are the things you need to consider when choosing the tattoo inks for your shop. 

When you try to recall all the information you had about the best tattoo ink brands, you will start to notice some connections that might serve as a good point in order for you to start choosing the right brand. Some of the major areas that you need to consider when weighing the advantages or disadvantages one tattoo brand have over another are the following: place of manufacture of the tattoo inks, its composition, whether they are stable pigment-based inks or pre-dispersed, color options available, the one in charge in innovation, and, of course, the price. Once you finish assessing all of these and see who offers what, you will slowly figure out which benefits are most vital to you. Then, you will be able to have a well-built foundation for making up your mind on which tattoo ink brand’s best suit you and your client. 

  • For the type of ink 

Stable pigment-based inks are more likely to be used by old school tattoo artists while pre-dispersed inks are usually for new school artists. Prior to getting all the information like the cost and the color variation, you have to know first which brands offer the core type of ink you like better. 

Alla Prima is the stable pigment-based ink that is available in the market today. It is actually the only one Painful Pleasures carries at present. All of the other inks that the said place have are pre-dispersed and mostly ready to use right out of the bottle. You won’t have to be bothered about the mixing pigments and they will all have a fine flow that does not require the thinning and further mixing that stable pigments entail. 

  • For the place of manufacture 

Eleven of the 14 top tattoo ink brands are made in the United States of America (USA). Those brands include Alla Prima Ink,Arcane,Bloodline (formerly Skin Candy),Dynamic,Eternal Ink,Fantasia,Formula 51,Intenze Tattoo Inks,Mom’s Ink by Millennium Colors, Inc.,Radiant, andStarbrite Colors Tattoo Ink. The remaining three are made outside USA. Kuro Sumi tattoo inks are made in Japan and Panthera Black InkandSacred Colors are made in Italy. 

  • Organic and Vegan Tattoo Inks 

In recent years, a brand new wave of non toxic tattoo inks has emerged. After some  

Of the chemicals used in many tattoo inks were linked to causing cancer, tattoo inks from organic pigments have been developed. Brands like Intenze, Eternal Ink,Formula 51, andKuro Sumi are the leading brands that says that their pigments are all made from ingredients harvested straight from nature.  

 

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