Wednesday, October 13, 2010

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Biggest Mistakes Purchasing Tattoo Ink Sets

When considering the right tools a tattoo artist needs, it is easier than ever in this day and age to find tattoo ink sets and tattoo supplies. But with the increased number of options for tattoo ink sets or tattoo artist starter kits it's difficult to know the best sources to purchase tattoo ink sets. The biggest mistake that tattoo artists make is simply looking for the cheapest or lowest cost tattoo ink set available.

The problem with this buying strategy is that there are a lot of low quality tattoo ink sets on the market that will decrease the quality of your tattoo work. When tattoo ink sets are diluted with mixers or created from low quality ingredients, it can also create a dangerous situation for your tattoo client. The way to avoid this is to first do your research on the best brands of tattoo ink sets and then decide a reputable store where you can purchase the tattoo ink set. Which leads us to the next largest mistake that tattoo artists make when purchase a tattoo ink set.

The next biggest mistake is when a tattoo artists doesn't do any background on the store or merchant selling the tattoo ink set. What is their return policy for tattoo ink sets? Where do they operate out of? Most sellers out of China are providing low quality tattoo ink sets that are often counterfeits and dangerous to use and beware of sellers on eBay all together. It is not worth the risk of using a harmful tattoo ink set to save a few dollars. Look at tattoo ink reviews from other tattoo artists and make sure they have good things to say. Any investment you make into a tattoo ink set will be well worth it as you can use the set to tattoo paying clients. The main lesson here is to do some research about where you purchase and make sure it is a reputable store.

The other mistake is not thinking through or keeping track of the main colors you will need for your tattoo ink set. As an artist you know that the broad range of tattoo requests requires a broad range of colors in your tattoo ink set. So, really think about all the creative possibilities you may need and make sure the tattoo ink set you purchase reflects all of those requirements. Do you need a grey wash in your tattoo ink set? Do you need other colors in your tattoo ink set? Advanced artists will use a mixing solution or different types of white tattoo ink to come up with new variations of colors, this greatly increases your creative flexibility allowing you to buy a smaller tattoo ink color set. The questions remains, are you advanced enough to do that yet or do you still need practice?

The main point of this article is that you need to put some thought into your needs and where you source your tattoo ink sets from. Don't just purchase tattoo ink sets blindly, do your research, buy a good brand tattoo ink set from a reputable dealer. The rest is up to you, but with the right tattoo ink set, sky is the limit!



My tattoo
My tattoo
Tattoo done last summer, on the right side another skullThis tattoo has a meaning for me since I can remember as a child I wanted to have skull tattooin the future I want to tattoo whole leg
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dog whisperer.
dog whisperer.
My first attempt to make a mohawk. The thing is, my hair is thick and heavy. Perfect for some dreadlock, but curls or high hairstyles - no such luck.Although, I love this. Been 'up' and standing pe...
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part of my tattoo
part of my tattoo
Here are some of the tattoo that covers my body .. I do not show the others, hidden! ^ ^ I have not finished, the Mozaique continue to grow, when my wallet out of his coma! huhu!
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13
13
Lucky thirteen..That's my oldest tattoo btw Lovercraft, Cthulhu, Necronomicon freak
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Owl tattoo
Owl tattoo
Ok, first of all, my skin is still dry, red and swollen, so I will re-upload a picture in a few days when it looks a bit better, but I just wanted to show it right now The shadows will get a bit li...
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