Eternal M Series Ink - Off White

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This shade of off white has been designed by Mike Devries and Mario Rosenau, two world famous portrait tattoo artists who are both known for their realistic and monochromatic tattoo designs. The ink is therefore part of the M Series within the eternal inks range of portrait colours and is developed in such a way as to ensure that it works well alongside a wide range of other portrait colours to provides the best possible results, as well as a wide range of skin tones to ensure the resulting tattoo appears natural and attractive. This is available in a selection of sizes and is a non-toxic, organic pigment ink to provide long lasting, comfortable results for you and your customers.
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Eternal Ink Mike DeVries Off White 1oz
17,99 € inkl. Mwst.: 21,59 €
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Diese Tinten sind nur für das Zeichnen bestimmt und nicht zum Tätowieren geeignet.
When seeking something a little softer and easier to blend than a perfect white you may find that off white provides you with the ideal tone, particularly for working with portrait tattoos. This particular shade of off white was designed by two of the world’s most famous portrait tattoo artists; Mike Devries and Mario Rosenau, which is why the ink is found within the M Series of the eternal inks portrait colours range. This is of course a high quality and long lasting colour that provides an attractive and bold option, and thanks to the slightly off white colouration of the ink it appear more natural on a much wider range of skin tones, to better meet the needs of all of your customers. The ink is available in a small selection of some of the most popular sizes and provides an effective selection as well as a chance to reduce your costs and waste materials. The ink is also produced using a selection of natural ingredients to ensure the end result is a reliable, non-toxic and organic ink. The organic nature of the ink helps to ensure that the healing process is easier, as this is less abrasive against the skin and thus less likely to cause irritation that might hinder the application or healing processes of the tattoo.