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  • How to Set the Depth of a Tattoo Needle?     [2010-12-03]

    Anyone can give a tattoo, but only a well equipped tattoo artist can create art. Preparation, such as attention to the depth of the tattoo needle, is key to this process. A knowledge of how tattoos work and the proper equipment will make this task much easier. Not only is setting a tattoo needle to the correct depth important to the formation of a visually attractive tattoo, but it is also a factor in the level of pain, cleanliness and healing. These instructons will help you set the depth of your tattoo needle. While these instructions are beneficial in the initial stages, the ultimate ...

  • General Knowledge of Tattoo Machines, together with some Business Facts     [2010-12-01]

    The best material for making a tattoo machine is cast iron, instead of stainless steel or any other materials. Many cheap tattoo machines are made smooth and even, with the introductions showing stainless steel, which, actually, is not true, while they are usually made of cast iron by deep processing and rubdown treatment. This information is what you could not see from general product descriptions. The shader is better build with 10 layers coils, and 8 layers coil for liners. You could not easily tell the former from the latter only by its appearance. However, there may be different ...

  • Tattooists either make     [2010-11-29]

    Tattooists either make their own tattoo needles or buy them in prepackaged form. Usually, one or more tattoo needles are attached to a tattoo machine so that the tattooist can drive it into the skin. Since tattoo needles directly touch the skin, sterilization is vitally important to avoid infection and complications.  

  • Types of tattoos     [2010-11-26]

    The American Academy of Dermatology distinguishes 5 types of tattoos:[39] Traumatic tattoos, also called "natural tattoos", that result from injuries, especially asphalt from road injuries or pencil lead; Amateur tattoos; Professional tattoos, both via traditional methods and modern tattoo machines; Medical tattoos; Cosmetic tattoos, also known as "permanent makeup".

  • Temporary tattoos     [2010-11-23]

    Temporary tattoo being applied to a human ankleMain article: Temporary tattooTemporary tattoos are popular with models and children as they involve no permanent alteration of the skin but produce a similar appearance that can last anywhere from a few days to several weeks. The most common style is a type of body sticker similar to a decal, which is typically transferred to the skin using water. Although the design is waterproof, it can be removed easily with oil-based creams. Originally inserted as a prize in bubble gum packages, they consisted of a poor quality ink transfer that would...

  • Tattoo removal     [2010-11-19]

    Main article: Tattoo removalWhile tattoos are considered permanent, it is sometimes possible to remove them with laser treatments, fully or partially. Typically, black and darker colored inks can be removed more completely. An ink trademarked as InfinitInk is designed to be removed in a single laser treatment. The expense and pain of removing tattoos will typically be greater than the expense and pain of applying them. Some jurisdictions will pay for the voluntary removal of gang tattoos. Pre-laser tattoo removal methods include dermabrasion, salabrasion (scrubbing the skin with salt), ...

  • Tattoo Machine     [2010-11-17]

     A  tattoo machine is a hand-held device which helps to create or design a tattoo. Tattoo machine is a gun-shaped machine that permanently marks skin with ink. Modern tattoo machines use alternating electromagnetic coils to move a needle bar up and down, driving pigment into the skin. The word "machine" or "iron" are generally used by the tattoo artists, for the equipment which helps in making tattoo. The word "gun" is often used by people who are not well-informed about the tattoo industry. Origin Of Tattoo Machine- Stencil-PensYou would be ...

  • Tattoo medical issues     [2010-11-15]

    Health risksMain article: Tattoo medical issues Modern tattoo artist's nitrile gloves and sterilized equipmentBecause it requires breaking the skin barrier, tattooing may carry health risks, including infection and allergic reactions. Modern tattooists reduce such risks by following universal precautions, working with single-use items, and sterilizing their equipment after each use. Many jurisdictions require that tattooists have blood-borne pathogen training, such as is provided through the Red Cross and OSHA.In amateur tattoo machines, such as those applied in prisons, however,...

  • Aftercare     [2010-11-12]

    Tattoo specific salves have become prevalent in recent years.Tattoo artists, and people with tattoos, vary widely in their preferred methods of caring for new tattoos. Some artists recommend keeping a new tattoo wrapped for the first twenty-four hours, while others suggest removing temporary bandaging after two hours or less. Many tattooists advise against allowing too much contact with hot tub or pool water, or soaking in a tub for the first two weeks. This is to prevent the tattoo ink from washing out or fading due to over-hydration and to avoid infection from exposure to bacteria a...

  • Studio hygiene     [2010-11-05]

    The properly equipped tattoo studio will use biohazard containers for objects that have come into contact with blood or bodily fluids, sharps containers for old needles, and an autoclave for sterilizing tools.[30] Certain jurisdictions also require studios by law to have a sink in the work area supplied with both hot and cold water.Proper hygiene requires a body modification artist to wash his or her hands before starting to prepare a client for the stencil, between clients, and at any other time where cross contamination can occur. The use of single use disposable gloves is also mandato...

  • Streckenbach / Kohrs tattoo machine 1976     [2010-11-02]

    Another tattoo machines was developed in 1970 by the german tattoo artists H.H. "Samy" Streckenbach (1929-2001) and Manfred Kohrs.[edit] Dyes and pigmentsMain article: Tattoo inkEarly tattoo inks were obtained directly from nature and were extremely limited in pigment variety. Today, an almost unlimited number of colors and shades of tattoo ink are mass-produced and sold to parlors worldwide. Tattoo artists commonly mix these inks to create their own unique pigments.A wide range of dyes and pigments can be used in tattoos, from inorganic materials like titanium dioxide and ...

  • Traditional two coil tattoo machine     [2010-10-29]

    The most common method of tattooing in modern times is the electric tattoo machines, which inserts ink into the skin via a group of needles that are soldered onto a bar, which is attached to an oscillating unit. The unit rapidly and repeatedly drives the needles in and out of the skin, usually 80 to 150 times a second. This modern procedure is ordinarily sanitary. The needles are single-use needles that come packaged individually. The tattoo artist must wash not only his or her hands, but they must also wash the area that will be tattooed. Gloves must be worn at all times and the wound m...

  • Procedure     [2010-10-20]

    Modern tattoo machines  in use: here outfitted with a 5-needle setup, but number of needles depends on size and shading desired.Tattooing involves the placement of pigment into the skin's dermis, the layer of dermal tissue underlying the epidermis. After initial injection, pigment is dispersed throughout a homogenized damaged layer down through the epidermis and upper dermis, in both of which the presence of foreign material activates the immune system's phagocytes to engulf the pigment particles. As healing proceeds, the damaged epidermis flakes away (eliminating surface pigment...

  • The Wildwoods Tattoo Convention     [2010-10-19]

    Just a little heads up to all those people that have been emailing me from the North East Coast, I will be attending the Wildwoods Tattoo Convention on the 10th, 11th,and 12th of September. So as usual I will tattoo FIRST COME FIRST SERVE. I will also be carrying some hand made one-off tattoo machines for sale, along with my friend Dan Dringenberg who will have the same. It’ll be Me, Dan Dringenberg, Louie Perez and Dre Perales, and when you put all four of us together there’s no telling what can happen. This should be interesting…

  • New natural Tattoo Ink Recipes     [2010-09-09]

    Now there are quite a few people who want to give themselves tattoos. It's safer and you can expect better results if you have a tattoo artist give you a tat, but if you are going to do it yourself, make sure you are using a safe ink. Professional tattoo inks are your best bet. Do not use regular ink pens as the souce of your tattoo ink. While the ink make be labelled as 'non-toxic' that means you won't die if you drink the ink, not that it is good for you or something you want in your bloodstream. The pigments and solvents in pen ink may cause reactions when introduced into the sk...

  • Tattoo Kits     [2010-07-23]

    Now everyone wants to be tattoo artists due to the fact in the recent popularity of the job. At this time it’s important for anyone finding out a new job needs the appropriate type of equipments. On the other hand, at exactly the same time it’s crucial that you choose to know that you just needs to be investing in the correct place and at the proper time. Like a kid is given toys as per his age and learning capability, in identical way it is essential that whenever you enter a expert field you ought to not jump about the most high-tech equipments but rather start from the lowe...

  • The Tattoo Machine     [2010-07-21]

    The tattoo machine is where the entire process gets started. The ink flows through the machine and the designs you create will begin to take shape and form a work of art. While the tattoo machine is an integral part of the process it is important to always remember it is not the machine that makes the tattoo but the tattoo artist. Understanding and learning to use the tattoo machine effectively is important but the machine can never take the place of the skill, time and patience required of the artist. Because all of the action lies in the machine it is important to have a basic understa...

  • Power Supply     [2010-07-20]

    Tattoo power supply is very important for a tattoo machine as the tattoo machine is important for your tattoo work. So you should pay much attention to choose decent tattoo power supplies. 1. Determine the required voltage. Tattoo Power Supply has a variety of different output voltage range with some as low as 3 and the height of the ability to run 12 to 15. Some portable power supply is also up to 1.5 V and greater high-low up to 20 volts. The higher the voltage, the more power you can get.  3. Decided to electricity supply. You can find two models of control and unregulat...

  • What is A Good Tattoo Kit     [2010-07-19]

    What does a good tattoo kit mean? A good tattoo kit must have passed the sanitation standard. As tattoo needles will be in contact with your body, making sure that it is clean and sterilized to protect yourself from getting infections. The last thing will probably happen when getting a tattoo is getting some disease because of the kits or the needles. Although it may sound unlikely but there are reported diseases and cases that people get infections and sick because of unclean tattoo needles and tattoo kits. An ideal tattoo kit should be equipped with tattoo needles, tattoo ink, power s...

  • The best tattoo kits are the ones that you buy from the professionals     [2010-07-15]

    Tattoo kits can help you make the kind of money you always wanted as a tattoo artist. There are many different venues to make money doing tattoos, working for someone else, as well as doing them on your own. There are many different things that are involved with self employed artists, and it can be a struggle. There are many different legal, and health issues that you have to deal with, as well as the licensing, and insurance. It might be a better idea to start with joining an established tattoo salon or parlor, to learn all the ins and outs of the business before going it alone. Havin...

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