1/1 Pro Tattoo Machine Gun for Linerand Shader, 10 Wraps Coil
2/1 Pro Mini Black Tattoo Power Supply
3/1 Mini Foot Pedal/Switch
5/10 Pre MadeSterile Tips (RL3/5 RL7/9 RL11/14 M5 M7 M9 M11 M13 M15)
6/10 Pre Made Disposable Tips MixeSize (3RT 5RT)
7/20 Stainless Steel Tattoo Needles (3RL 5RL 3RS 5RS)
8/1 Aluminium AlloyTattoo Grip (Random Color)
9/1Silica gel Practice Skin, dual-sided & re-usable
10/1 BlackIron Ink Cup Holder
11/100 InkCup Mixed Size (Large, Medium, Small)
12/50 Mixed-color Grommets
13/50 Rubber O-rings
14/50 Tattoo-machine Rubber Bands
15/3 Set of Tattoo Machine Gun Adjust Tools (3 different size)
16/1 Set Tattoo Tip Cleaning Brush (5pcs per set)
17/2 Pcs Tattoo Gloves (large size)
18/1 Set Tattoo Machine Kit Manual
19/1 Set Solong 7 Bottles Full Colors Tattoo Ink, 5ml/bottle
1.Buy a starter kit.
Starter kits are great because they offer all the parts you need for tattooing. These kits aren’t high in quality, but they are great for beginning to operate and maintain a tattoo machine.
○ Consider the quality of your machine before tattooing anyone. A set up that is cheaper could hurt or infect someone.
2.Purchase individual parts.
For those who want better quality parts, purchasing individual components is the path for you. This can also be a good way to upgrade your starter kit. Tattoo machines are the most complex piece of equipment in the setup. They make contact with the skin, so it’s important to use a nice one.
3.Ask a professional.
If you have a regular tattoo artist, open up a dialogue about home kits. Artists who operate out of tattoo shops often have worked from home at some point. They can offer their input, if they’re willing.