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Eternal Liz Cook Ink - Mulberry

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eternal-mulberry
Eternal Mulberry is an attractive and vibrant shade as part of the eternal inks portrait range and one of the 23 colours designed by the world famous portrait tattoo artist Liz Cook. This is a more bold colour than you might common expect to see in portrait works, but this does help to ensure a more in depth and detailed result from the inks in producing an attractive portrait tattoo. This is a high quality, bright, long lasting, non-toxic and organic ink which is then sterilized to ensure the absolute best possible quality from the ink, we also ensure that none of our ink is ever frozen, so you can be sure that it is fresh too.
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Eternal Ink Liz Cook Mulberry 1oz
Special Price £8.63 Incl. Tax: £10.36 Was £14.49 Incl. Tax: £10.36
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There are a large number of fantastic options to choose from with eternal inks, including a particularly extensive range of portrait colours, which feature a selection of fantastic shades designed by some of the world’s most famous portrait tattoo artists. This is just one of those such shades. Eternal mulberry is a vibrant shade of pink, yet a little darker than those you would typically use for roses and hearts; this is slightly softer to ensure that it blends well with a selection of other colours and to ensure that the result is a reliable option that adds depth to portrait works. This is one of 23 colours designed by Liz Cook, one of the world’s leading portrait tattoo artists, which means that it is not only an attractive and reliable option, but a tried and tested one too. The ink itself is produced using a selection of natural materials which help to ensure not only the high quality and long lasting results of the colour, but also the non-toxic and organic nature of the ink. This is particularly helpful as organic pigment inks are commonly much less abrasive against the skin, which means of course that they are less likely to cause irritation when applied in a tattoo design and therefore more likely to heal the way you would expect them to.