In Japanese tattooing, there is use of a lot of water. It was a necessity to blend turquoise tattoo ink color to create three-dimensional Japanese waves. When mixed with blues, this color tattoo ink creates a special shade, which can only be achieved with this turquoise as a base. This color is used by Japanese masters to highlight dragons as additional dimensions. This color likes to be cut especially with white.
All dragon colors can be seen on Mario Barth's back and are designed and specially mixed by Horitoshi I.
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WE DON’T KEEP SECRETS. OUR CUSTOMERS DESERVE TO KNOW WHAT’S GOING IN THEIR SKIN. HERE’S OUR VERY OWN FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT.
The more you know, the better. Especially when it comes to what you’re putting in your skin. Making the safest ink we possibly can is central to everything we do, and part of that process is making sure our customers know exactly what goes into every bottle of ink we produce.
In our industry, there is no room for secrecy. When ink is safer, we all win. That’s why we’re transparent down to the detail. That being said, we’re realistic. We understand that some things will always be out of our control. Like any cosmetic—mascara, hair dyes, and body cream to name a few—there’s an allergic reaction. If this happens, we want our artists to be prepared. Our Materials Safety Data Sheets provide any information a doctor or specialist might need to provide medical care.
CHEMICAL TECNOLOGY LAB CERTIFICATES
Find all CTL certificates for Intenze Products here, categorized in the following manner: Aromatic Amines, Dyestuff, Heavy Metals, PAH (PAK), and Sterility.
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