Solong TK256 Permanent Makeup Kit Tattoo Machine for Professional Tattoo Artist
1） 2 Pro Tattoo Machine Guns for Liner and Shader
2）1 Pro Digital Tattoo Power Supply
3）1 Top foot pedal/Switch
5）1 Set 54 bottles full colors tattoo ink, 5ml/bottle.
6）50 Pre made sterile tattoo needles, assorted mixed size
7）2 colorful Aluminium Alloy tattoo grips(Random Color)
8）10 Different size 304 Stainless steel tattoo tips
9）8 different size disposable Tattoo Grips
11）100 Ink cup Mixed size (Large, Medium, Small)
12）1 ink Cup holder
13）1 bottle True Black Tattoo Ink (1oz/ Bottle)
14）50 Tattoo-machine rubber bands
15）50 Mixed-color grommets
16）50 Rubber o-rings
17）1 Set tattoo tip cleaning brush (5pcs per set)
18）1 Set of tattoo machine gun adjust tools (3 different size)
19）1 Silica gel Practice skin, dual-sided & re-usable
20）2 Pcs Disposable tattoo gloves
21）1 set tattoo machine kit manual
Here are 3 of the most common — and egregious — mistakes people make when getting a new tattoo.
1.Drinking before or after
Alcohol thins your blood, which means excess bleeding. When you bleed more than normal, it can cause visibility issues for the artist, potentially compromising the quality of the design. Excess bleeding can also thin the ink.Of course, there's also the fact that alcohol impairs judgment, and you don't want to make permanent decisions while impaired. And it's not cute if you have to stop and puke in the middle of a four-hour tattoo session.Furthermore, drinking after the fact can compromise the healing of the tattoo because of its effects on your blood.
2.Not doing your research
Getting a tattoo is a pretty big decision and should be handled as such. You wouldn't buy a car without doing your research, right? Whendeciding on a shop and an artist, be sure to read online reviews and shop around a bit.And take a close look at the individual's past work. Make sure his or her style vibes with what you're going for. Some artists may specialize in lettering, for example, while others are better at portraits
3.Not considering placement
Where you get tattooed is almost as important as what you get tattooed. Think long and hard aboutplacement. Certain areas of the body don't hold pigment well (see next point). Plus, some people want their tattoos to be private (for loved ones' eyes only) while others want them to be very visible.Tattooing fingers, feet or palmsyou might as well throw your dollars down the drain — because it won't last.
Fingers, palms and soles of the feetare not good places for tattoos because they don't hold pigment well, and the design will quickly fade as the skin heals itself.