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Tattoo artists work with medical tools on a daily basis. During the tattooing process, you are faced with blood, plasma, and bodily fluids regularly. Any cross-contamination can be dangerous, not only for the tattoo artist but also for their clients. Tattoo artists also face the same hazards as their clients, even though the needle doesn’t...
https://www.bbc.com/news/av/world-europe-61251308 As the two-month War between Russia and the Ukraine persist, the demand for tattoos in the Ukraine increases. Local patriots of the Ukraine are embellishing their skins with imagery and symbology dedicated to their home. Military Symbols, Coats of arms and The National Flag are very popular.   Many of these patriots are heading...
Europe’s tattoo artist fears for future after EU ink ban As of Tuesday, the 4th, the EU implemented and applied a ban on many substances including coloured ink which was believed to cause cancer. The regulations were put in place to ban over 4000 chemicals such as Reach, and Isopropanol alcohol which is commonly found...
By Annie Crawford and Hilary Shepherd Updated: Aug. 20, 2021 Originally Published: May 16, 2015 Maybe you love all things glow-in-the-dark or maybe you just love having a secret. Whatever the reason, if you’re considering getting a UV tattoo — aka a tat with ink that’s only visible under a black light — there are a few things to know before making the...
A female journalist has made history by becoming the first person to present a TV news program with a face tattoo. Oriini Kaipara, 35, who has a moko kauae, a traditional lower chin tattoo worn by Māori women, read TVNZ 1’s midday news bulletin on Wednesday. The mother-of-four from Auckland said the moment fulfilled a...