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Intenze Gold Marios Light Blue

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This shade of blue is an attractive shade of light blue that provides a long lasting and appealing colour as part of the Intenze Gold Label range of premium ink. The ink is an effective and reliable solution which can provide a fantastic solution for a wide variety of tattoo designs, regardless of how colourful, big or complex they may be. The high quality of this premium standard ink ensures that it is not only a vivid colour, strong and reliable option but also a long lasting one, both on the skin and in the bottle. The gold label inks from Intenze use a unique sterilization process that does not use radiation, making it different and much longer lasting than many other tattoo inks; in fact it remains sterile in the bottle for up to one year.
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There are a selection of premium tattoo ink colours available as part of the Gold Label range, which includes this particular shade of light blue developed Mario Barth. This is a vivid, strong colour of tattoo ink, providing a long lasting and reliable solution to your tattoo inks. This ink offers you pigment ink that is easy to apply; being smooth and even when applied to ensure the best possible results. This is available in a 1oz bottle, which ensures that it is an easy option for transporting, this alongside the long lasting properties of the ink make it an ideal selection for travelling tattoo artists. 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.