Liz Cook Series 1oz Set of 12 colours

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176,10 € avec TVA: 211,32 €
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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.

Eternal inks are always a high quality selection of inks, as they are produced using a selection of natural ingredients that ensure the ink retains the vivid, attractive nature of the colour for a long time to come, as well as ensuring that the ink offers a non-toxic and organic solution to your tattoo ink needs. This particular selection is of course the Liz Cook series set, featuring the entire series of 12 colours designed by Liz Cook herself and provided in 1oz ink bottles to ensure you have everything you need. To further improve the quality of the inks within this set we at Barber DTS sterilize all of our inks and we never freeze them, so you can be certain that all the ink you order from us is clean and fresh.

The eternal inks tattoo range includes a specifically developed selection of portrait colours, which are designed to blend with a range of other colours such as skin tones, shadow tones and highlights to produce the most realistic and attractive possible results for portrait artwork on the skin. These include 12 colours that have been designed by the world famous portrait tattoo artist Liz Cook, all of which can be found within this Liz Cook series set, in the form of 1oz ink bottles, which ensure that you have everything you need in a size that is easy to transport and use as you need, while providing enough ink for you to complete all the tasks you might be presented with at any one time. As these are all inks produced by eternal inks they are produced to the same high standards as other eternal ink products, which means that they are of course produced using natural materials which ensure not only a vibrant and attractive, long lasting colour but also that the ink itself is a non-toxic, organic alternative. Organic pigment inks like these are particularly useful when applying large areas of the skin with ink, as we tend to with portrait tattoos, because the ink is less likely to cause irritation to the skin when applied, due to the less abrasive nature of the ink.