Eternal Liz Cook Ink - Jade

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The Liz Cook series includes a total of 23 colours, all designed by the world famous portrait tattoo artist herself. Among these colours is this particular option of jade green, which provides a soft shade of green ideal for blending with a variety of skin tones and other colours, making it a particularly useful option for portrait tattoos. As with all eternal inks you can be certain of the quality provided thanks to the selection of natural materials that go into producing the ink, these not only ensure a long lasting and beautiful colour from the end result, but also ensure that the ink itself is an organic and non-toxic option.
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Eternal Ink Liz Cook Jade 1oz
Special Price £8.63 Incl. Tax: £10.36 Was £14.49 Incl. Tax: £10.36
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This particular shade of green is somewhat softer and cooler than most, provide a more neutral and gentle option that blends well with a variety of other colours, particularly skin tones, making it an ideal option for portrait tattoos. This is one of the 23 colours designed by Liz Cook, the world famous portrait tattoo artist known for the detail, realism and quality of her portrait tattoos; it is also part of the eternal inks portrait colours range. As with all eternal inks you can be confident of the quality of this particular option, like the others it is produced using a selection of natural ingredients that help to ensure not only that the colour is vibrant and long lasting but also that the ink itself is organic and non-toxic. It is the organic nature of the ink that is particularly helpful to artists, as this reduces the chances that the ink will cause irritation to the skin. This risk is further reduced by our sterilization process, something that very few suppliers invest in, despite the benefits. The sterilization includes the use of advanced gamma ray technology to eliminate bacteria within the ink, it is this bacteria that would have otherwise been the most likely cause of irritation, allergic reaction and even infection.