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Intenze Gold Hard Orange

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Intenze-gold-hard-Orange
Intenze Gold Hard Orange is a strong and long lasting shade of vibrant orange which provides a particularly attractive addition to any number of tattoo designs, regardless of their size or complexity. The gold label, being the premium option, is as you would expect a stronger and longer lasting colour, not just on the skin but in the bottle too, given that it can remain sterile in the bottle for up to a year after manufacture. This is particularly useful if you’re an artist that travels a lot, as the ink comes in a very easy to travel with size of 1oz, and will remain sterile for a long, long time, while still offering the easy to apply, smooth and even tattooing process that you love.
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Hard orange is a strong and deep shade of orange that provides an attractive and effective addition to a wide variety of your tattoo designs, offering a bold and vibrant colour that is certain to attract attention and offer an appealing feature to the design. This is of course part of the Intenze Gold Label premium inks range, which means that it is a strong a even more reliable option, offering everything you love about the Intenze inks and more. This particular type of ink is available in a 1oz ink bottle, which means that it provides enough ink for a majority of your tattoo designs as well as offering an easy to transport solution that is ideal for a travelling artist. This ink is, like all Intenze tattoo inks, an incredibly high quality and reliable option. The colour is not only long lasting on the skin, but the ink is also long lasting in the bottle, which helps to contribute to the amazing popularity of the ink with professional tattoo artists around the world. While all Intenze inks are sterilized the Gold Label inks are done so through the use of an advanced, scientifically formulated pigment rather than the traditional gamma ray, which means that it can still be considered completely sterile after as much as a year in the bottle.