TAT Glow in the dark ink for tattoos?

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    thats pretty hot imo.


    Anyone have one or know if they work? I doubt I would get one, but I think they are pretty cool.

    what are your thoughts on them?
     
  2. meshuggahn

    meshuggahn New Member

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    Not sure. I wanted to get the chameleon ink (UV) into the back piece in my thread. I thought all the white designs would look awesome with it, but my artist didnt seem to pumped about the idea so ill be passing on. I definitely like the idea of it though.
     
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    You name your thread with "glow in the dark" in the title but post a UV tattoo. Ever wonder why I delete every thread you post in here?
     
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    i know a few people who have UV tattoos. it looks pretty good and apparently lasts forever? idk if i believe that but hey, looks good :d
     
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    I was tempted to get one, until I realized that the ink can potentially cause problems down the line.
     
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    My best friend has two clovers on his left forearm that were done with UV ink. They hit them at least 3-5 times and its only been a year and you can barely see it under blacklight. They don't last long at all.


    They pigments have not been tested enough to determine if they're safe to use.
     
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    how about you get a normal tattoo...
     
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    As previously mentioned, not much testing done on the ink, so no one really knows what effects it might have long term, and it doesn't last long.

    Maybe sometime in the future, but at current, nope.
     
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    Do you know what brand was used? Chameleon blacklight tattoo ink black light uv reactive inks claims to have been tested for 11 years so far.

    Edit: thats a link
     
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    If its gone 11 years without adverse effects I think id be ok with it. Fading would be the downfall imo.
     
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    The problem with that is who's saying theres been no adverse effects? EVERYONE I know (about 20-25 people) with UV pigment in them has problems with it, including people who have used Chameleon. You can go on BME and read many stories about people having problems with UV tattoos. It's just not something I'd trust.
     
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    Fair enough. I really havnt done any research on it so :shrug:
     

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