Intenze Gold Snow White

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This is a perfect white ink available as part of the Intenze inks Gold Label range of premium tattoo inks, which of course means that it is a more durable and reliable option than some of the alternatives, and more so than the standard options available as part of the Intenze inks complete colours range These are all very popular inks, with the Gold Label selection providing a little more in regardless to the long life of the ink, both on the skin and in the bottle – as the ink can remain sterile within the bottle for up to a year. This is available in 1oz bottles, which provides everything you need for a majority of tattoo designs while also offering an easy to travel with size and amount.
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Mario Barth Gold Label Inks - Snow White Opaque - 1oz (30ml)
£14.99 Incl. Tax: £17.99
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Intenze Gold Snow White is of course part of the Intenze Gold Label range, offering a premium standard of snow white colour which provides an effective and long lasting solution to your white ink needs. Intenze is the most popular option for a wide variety of inks all around the world, but particularly so with white inks like this, which we all know are renowned for fading quickly. However, Intenze inks offer the longest lasting pigment of any tattoo ink, and has been so heavily tested over the years that we know this as a fact. The colour is bold, smooth and even when applying to the skin and durable, making it an excellent choice regardless of where or why you’re planning to use it. 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.