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Eternal Liz Cook Ink - Electric Raspberry
Eternal Electric Raspberry is a fantastic, vibrant shade that offers colour and boldness than can be difficult to bring into a portrait tattoo. This particular shade is part of the Liz Cook series of the portrait range, meaning that this is just one of 23 colours designed by Liz Cook, the world famous portrait tattoo artist. The ink itself is a fantastic, high quality option that provides you with some excellent blending opportunities and offers an ideal non-toxic, completely organic solution to your portrait tattoo needs. To further ensure your own confidence in the ink you order from us we can promise that we never freeze our inks, so you know they’re fresh, and we always sterilize our inks.
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Diese Tinten sind nur für das Zeichnen bestimmt und nicht zum Tätowieren geeignet.
Electric Raspberry is an incredibly bright and vibrant shade of pink that provides a more colourful option to be used in portrait tattoos. The use of bright colours creates the depth and attraction of the tattoo that helps to make it a more detailed and realistic artwork, so it is not surprising that this particular ink was designed by Liz Cook, a world famous tattoo artist. The ink is available in a selection of sizes, which means you can select as much ink as you want to purchase without increasing your costs or waste materials any more than you have to, which offers you more flexibility as an artist. The ink itself is produced using a selection of natural materials to ensure that the end result is a gentle, safe ink; being organic and non-toxic. This composition of natural ingredients means that the ink is less likely to cause irritation to the skin when applied, making it a preferable option particularly if you have a customer with sensitive skin. In order to further ensure the comfort of your customers we sterilize all of our inks using gamma ray technology, which eliminates any bacteria that might have otherwise caused irritation to the skin, triggered an allergy or even caused infection.