Intenze Gold Light Green

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Intenze Gold Light green is the gold label alternative to the typical standard of light green. The gold, or premium, option of the colour provides a more vivid and longer lasting colour, but the main appeal of this ink is the sterilization, as the Gold Label range of Intenze inks is one of the few selections of tattoo ink sterilized without the use of radiation. The end result is an ink that can be considered sterile in the bottle for up to a year, coupled with the easy transport 1oz bottle size this makes it one of the best possible inks for a travelling tattoo artist, but can also be an excellent selection for just about any professional tattoo artist who values cleanliness and quality of their inks.
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Light green is an attractive and useful ink that can be incorporated beautifully into a wide variety of designs, being a lighter shade allows it to be used alongside other colours or even blended to ensure a more natural appearance. Of course it can also be used more solidly, being a particularly vibrant shade, alongside darker or contrasting colours to provide a much more bold appearance, perfect for fantasy pieces, or even just more colourful ones. Of course this colour is part of the Intenze Gold Label range, meaning that it is a premium ink, offering a more vivid and high quality option that the standard selection of light green ink. 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.