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Intenze Gold Marios Blue

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Intenze-gold-marios-Blue
This is an attractive shade of strong blue that provides an excellent addition to any number of your tattoo designs, regardless of how large or complex they may be. The colour is strong and vibrant, but dark enough to provide a fantastic solution to both dark, light and much more varied colour ranges, which makes it a great option to have on hand regardless of whether or not you have any immediate plans to use the ink. This is particularly effective as an option given that this range of premium inks are not sterilized with radiation but with a new method that ensures they are sterile for up to a year in the bottle.
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Mario Barth Gold Label Inks - Marios Blue - 1oz (30ml)
£14.99 Incl. Tax: £17.99
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This shade of blue designed by Mario Beth is known as Mario’s Blue and offers a strong shade of blue that is certain to provide an attractive addition to your tattoo design, regardless of the size, style or complexity of the tattoo. This is a bold colour, dark and rich which means that it will work alongside dark colours beautifully, and of course this is also suitable for more vibrant and colourful designs. This colour is part of the Intenze Gold Label range, which of course means it is a higher quality option than many of the alternatives, being longer lasting and more vibrant as one of the premium ink options. 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.