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Eternal Liz Cook Ink - Imperial Violet
The eternal inks portrait colours range includes a selection of 23 colours developed by the world famous portrait tattoo artist, Liz Cook. This particular shade of imperial violet is just one of the options within her series of colours and offers a bold, vibrant choice of ink that could be used to perfectly highlight any number of features within your portrait tattoos to produce a more detailed and attractive design. As this was produced by eternal inks you can be sure of the quality, the ink having been produced using a selection of the best possible natural ingredients to produce a non-toxic, organic and long lasting colour.
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Cette encre ne doit pas être utilisée pour le tatouage sur peau humaine, elle n'est destinée qu'à un usage sur peau synthétique.
The eternal violet is a strong, bold shade making it perfect for defining details in a portrait tattoo. This particular shade is part of the Liz Cook series, meaning that it is one of 23 colours designed by the world famous portrait tattoo artist herself, also making it part of the eternal inks portrait range. The selection of colours included in this range feature a variety of skin tones alongside bolder blue and purples and even vibrant greens and pinks; this provides you with everything you could need to produce a realistic and attractive portrait tattoo. The ink is available in a selection of the most common and popular sizes, ensuring your convenience as an artist and allowing you to limit your waste materials and costs as much as possible. The ink, like all eternal inks, is produced using a selection of the best possible quality natural ingredients, this ensures not only that the colour is high quality and long lasting but also ensures that the ink itself is organic and non-toxic. The organic nature of the ink is, perhaps, one of the most desirable traits, as this reduces the chances of the ink causing irritation to the skin, a risk that is further reduced by our careful sterilization process.