You asked and we listened. Today we will review the Tattoo Ink Radiant Colors 7 Color 1/2oz Primary Set.
We scrutinize all products before we share our detailed thoughts on it with you.
- All-natural and non-toxic organic ingredients
- Vegan friendly
- Plenty of colors to choose from
- Long shelf life
- Provides vibrant, lasting color once it’s sealed with a top coat
- Heals stronger than any other tattoo ink
- A bit on the pricey side
- Not suitable for sensitive skin
- The colors are a bit aggressive when used with white ink
When I evaluate a tattoo ink product, I base my opinions off the company's history in the tattoo industry, the quality of the product, how easy it is to use, and the price. When I evaluated the Radiant Colors 7 color tattoo
Ink set, the first thing that came to mind were its reviews on Amazon. The reviews were overall positive, so I decided to purchase this product and see for myself.
First I will talk about pricing. The Radiant Colors 7 color 1/2 oz. tattoo ink set is one of the cheaper tattoo ink options out there. While it is still not the cheapest out there, it is still the best option for those looking to save money.
Next, I will go into the quality and artwork of the product. This ink set does have a crappy drawing on the back, but I do not think it really matters since you cannot see it from the perspective it is used in. The colors do not seem to run into each other like too many others out there. The colors are pigmented well enough to get the job done if you are using this set for masterpieces. It will not give the quality of a professional tattoo artist but you will be able to get some decent looking tattoos with this set.
The ink set is also super easy to use and does not need to be pre-thinned. It comes in a small separate container for each of the colors so it might take up more space than is necessary, but there is very little mess to clean up. All you need to do is dip the end of a needle into the ink and start tattooing away.
Lastly, it comes with a small cap that you can use to get rid of any excess ink on the needle after dipping.
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