I've had a uv tattoo, the tattooist was using skin candy uv inks. I found the tattoo took quite a bit longer to heal than usual, the tattoo process itself looked no different, the ink did look pretty thin though. Unfortunately it seems as if its fading now, had it done over a year ago and its getting pretty dull, i'll probably touch it up myself. Oh and you will need a blacklight/uv lamp to see what you're doing if you're using the 'invisible' ink, which glows blue under a blacklight
my buddy has a uv tattoo just soem filling inside a tattoo just becasue we got soem ink to try it out i still have te bottle havent used it though but its onrange and it looks ok in the skin but under a black light you can see "uneven" spots where he like went to deep and to light in spots.
the uv colours have been around for a few years now and i would not go near them , will be good to see what they go like after a few years , don't think i would like them in my skin ...:icon_rolleyes:.so i would not use them in my customers either.