The book titled "Basic Fundamentals of Tattoo" has several lists of suppliers.I am looking for some inks from a tattoo supplies company and wondered if they will ask me for a licence number or anything?
Can anyone recommend any suppliers that dont ask.
I think that since Killer Ink have started going to conventions etc, they have been told to tighten their belts. Why a company in these hard times would refuse peoples money is beyond me, but if they want to try and impress, then let em.If you want fusion inks, you cant get them from killer ink, they require you to be licenced. as i found out.
nothing to do with killer ink its a fusion thingI think that since Killer Ink have started going to conventions etc, they have been told to tighten their belts. Why a company in these hard times would refuse peoples money is beyond me, but if they want to try and impress, then let em.
Ive used Pinup brand from Powerline before i switched to Barbers, and they are ok.I'm struggling to decide on which needles to get... remembering i'm unlicensed at the moment.
What do others here use that they have had good results with and able to buy of course...
Been reading up that world wide apparently do not sterilise their needles and as above powerlines own bards noting being great so i'll steering clear of those two... but what about the tattoo shop needles or the sabre they supply???
Looking on New Image (tattookit.co.uk) they have a panther range - anyone know if these are any good??
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