Red Ink Tattoos - Tattoo.com

Dangers of Red Ink Tattoos. Blurred lines and boundaries aside, there is always the risk of a red ink allergy. If you’ve been tattooed before and have not had any adverse reactions to red ink, a solid red ink tattoo is probably a safe choice.…

Tattoos, Red Ink, and Sensitivity Reactions

If you have a red tattoo, you're more likely to experience a reaction than if you went with another color. Here's an e-mail I received about tattoo inks: "Does all red ink have nickel in it? I was told by the tattoo artist that if I can't wear inexpensive jewelry I should not use red ink in a tattoo.…

Tattoos and Aging Painfulpleasures Inc

What is the effect of aging on a tattoo? Is there anything I can do to preserve the appearance of my tattoo(s) as I age? Are there places on the body that better resist the effects of aging and help maintain tattoo designs? We answer these questions and more in this article, Tattoos and Aging.…

Pros and Cons of Color vs Black and Gray Tattoos

May 15, 2019 · If you are of that genre, you have likely already begun scouring fine art portfolios, New School, Old School Traditional and other designs. Whether it is a full sleeve filled with mermaids, oceans and shells, or a simple heart tattoo that is vibrant and full of colorful red ink, finding a talented color tattoo artist can be just as labor intensive.…

Tattoo Ink Chemistry - thoughtco.com

Pigments and tattoo inks are not regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA.) However, the FDA is examining tattoo inks to determine the chemical composition of the inks, learn how they react and break down in the body, how light and magnetism react with inks, and whether there are short- and long-term health hazards associated with ink formulations or methods of applying the tattoos.…