Friday, February 11, 2011

White Ink Tattoos Design

Tattoos colored exclusively with white pigment. Although this definition is simple and straight forward, this style of tattoo is anything but average and have a lot of conditions that make them a great choice for some people, but not so good for others.

White ink is thicker than the other pigments, and void of color, so the image will be resurrected on the skin and appear more as a scar, or brand, rather than the average tattoo. It looks very distinctive and unique can be effective without the pain and healing time of a brand.

The most important thing is that the white pigment show best on light or fair skin. If you have dark skin, a tattoo will appear transparent rather than solid colors, and if you have a lot of spots, the image will appear uneven or mottled.

White ink does not have to be combined with colored designs for other colors will bleed into the white ink, the image distortion. They are also much more sensitive to sun damage and can fade into a yellowish color, or even disappear altogether.

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