Fusion Tattoo Ink
When I found out then 2evolve was going to start keeping Fusion inks, I was ecstatic. I have been following a lot of artists who use Fusion as their choice of pigment. I have been astound by the brightness of the tattoos I have seen come from using the Fusion rage (Fresh and healed).
I have been wanting to use Fusion for a while and when i finally got my Fusion inks, I realised there was allot more to the pigment than just bright colorful tattoos.
Pros: Fusion is a thin pigment that goes in super quick and saturates the skin with ease. Which makes tattooing faster and less traumatizing on the skin. That also makes for better healing of the tattoo. It is also vegan friendly pigments which makes for allot more diverse tattooing in today’s society.
Cons: I honestly cant think of any.
Adam Everett and Next Generation Tattoo Machines have teamed up to bring you Fusion Tattoo Ink. Fusion Ink is the brightest and best ink on the market today. Adam Everett has produced pigments since 1995. Over the past 15 years he has brought you some of the easiest applied pigments to date. Now, along with Next Generation Tattoo Machines, who have been tattooing and building machines since 1991, is pleased to present their new line of tattoo inks. Fusion Ink has a much higher pigment load than any other ink on the market today and is an organic pigment that is completely vegan safe. Fusion Ink is not packed with fillers as are a lot of inks on the market today. You will see and feel the difference. Don’t just take our word on it, just take a look at some of the work done by the top tattoo artists who now use Fusion Ink. Once you try Fusion, you will know the difference.
Primarily composed of organic pigment, distilled water, witch hazel, alcohol, and
not considered to be a hazardous substance.
Free of preservatives.
Free of carcinogenic, mutagenic, and reprotoxic substances.
In compliance of the aromatic amines and substances which could release substance.
Supplied in a medical grade sealed bottle with expiration date indicated.
Bottle is labeled with a lot number with traceability.
Tested for heavy metal. (listed below)
Tested by an authorized certification laboratory.
Vegan safe: pigments contain no animal byproducts, nor have been used for testing.