This topic has 4 replies, 5 voices, and was last updated 3 years, 11 months ago by Niel Jordan.

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    • #14925

      What are we talking about here . Powder base vs pre-dispersed does anybody know??????? Or we just talking ink.

    • #21384

      just ink in general i think… But since we are on the subject which do you prefer ?

    • #21385

      It’s just different marketing wordage. All tattoo inks are formulated from pigments. Some are natural pigments, some are metal oxides, etc., and some are formulated using plastic particles. It all just depends upon the manufacturer of the ink and the brand. All of the big name brands in tattoo inks all have their own “SECRET” formula. It’s really not that hard to get online and find a pigment supplier for artists, etc. and you’ll be able to buy pigments to mix your own inks. It’s really not that hard and is very cost effective. Mixing your own colors can be very rewarding and after you get your own recipes down you’ll definitely save a lot of money.

    • #21387

      Some of the pigmentation which gives an nice linking up and the perfect ink will give an nice result for tattooing.

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       Niel Jordan

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      • This reply was modified 3 years, 11 months ago by Niel Jordan.
      • This reply was modified 3 years, 11 months ago by Niel Jordan.
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