A few years ago, a tattoo created withusing the drawing carcass, was the limit of the dreams of everyone who wanted to decorate his body. To date, the palette for applying the tattoo has expanded to such an extent that even the most demanding of the colors will be completely satisfied. Leading pigment manufacturers regularly replenish the number of beautiful colors, and the quality of the paint for the tattoo has improved significantly lately.
So, you decided to put a tattoo, chose a drawing and decided on the color scheme. But how not to be mistaken and not to harm the body? What should be the paint for the tattoo?
First of all, safe. This implies the presence of three characteristics: sterility, non-toxicity and hypoallergenicity.
The quality paint for the tattoo must be inert. Due to this quality, it will not interact with liquids in the body, in particular with blood and tissue fluid.
A good paint for a tattoo should not have in itsthe composition of substances that cause all sorts of complications (even malignant formations). Such compounds are called halogen-organic compounds and include bromine, chlorine or iodine.
If you are not sure of your decision regardingpermanent tattooing or not definitively determined with the choice of a drawing, then the best option for you will be a temporary tattoo. It will retain its shape on your body for about a month, and the paint for temporary tattoos will definitely not do any harm. After all, among the several types of such tattoos, the most popular is the pattern applied by henna. But be careful and do not let yourself be deceived. If you are promised the stability of a tattoo for several months, or even more, then immediately run away from such a master, as for more than a month the temporary tattoo "does not live."</ p>