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Eternal Liz Cook Ink - Fuchsia

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eternal-fuchsia
Eternal Fuchsia is a brilliant shade of vibrant pink that provides a long lasting and high quality solution to your tattoo needs. This is part of the portraits tattoo inks range and is one of the 23 colours within this range that belong to the Liz Cook series, having been designed by the world famous portrait tattoo artist Liz Cook herself. The use of brighter, bolder colours like this within portrait tattoos helps to provide a more realistic, lively feel to the art, and the shade is developed to ensure it blends well with skin tones and complimentary colours to provide as much ease of use for you as an artist as possible.
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Eternal Ink Liz Cook Fuchsia 1oz
Sonderangebot" 8,63 € inkl. Mwst.: 10,36 € Vorher 17,99 € inkl. Mwst.: 10,36 €
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Eternal fuchsia is a bright and vibrant shade of pink designed by Liz Cook as part of the eternals portrait range and one of the 23 colours within this range designed by the world famous portrait tattoo artist. This brighter shade is ideal for adding a bolder, livelier tone to areas of a tattoo design. In order to ensure the most possible convenience for you as a tattoo artist we supply these inks in a selection of sizes, allowing you to find the amount you need without have to increase your waste materials or costs more than you have to. These inks are all produced using high quality, natural ingredients, which not only ensure that the resulting ink is high quality, long lasting option when applied to the skin but also ensure it is an organic, non-toxic solution to your tattoo ink needs, thus reducing the chances of your customers experiencing skin irritation as a result of the ink. This is further reduced by our processes of sterilizing the ink, which includes the use of gamma radiation to remove bacteria from the ink, bacteria that would otherwise have had a chance of causing an allergic reaction or even infection after being applied to your customer’s skin.