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Tuesday 15 July, 2014 Written by tattoodiy
Tattoos are more commonplace now than they were ever before. We all know, tattoos are cosmetic markings in the skin for example symbols, signs, and words that will be applied by piercing the outer layer of the skin and injecting the ink with a tattoo needle. People tattoo for both decorative and spiritual reasons. 
If you are looking to get a tattoo kit or you want to be a new tattoo artist, then this article will guide you. Tattoos are applied by a tattoo artist. Typically these artists use an electronic tattoo machine. This machine has a needle on the end that penetrates the skin and leaves a trace of indelible ink a millimetre under the skin. 
Tattoo machines made things so much easier. Powered by two electromagnetic coils, these tattoo machines move the needle up and down automatically, allowing the artist to focus all his time and attention in faithfully rendering the design. It often comes in the form of handheld devices that the user can easily grip and control - hence earning for these items the moniker "tattoo guns."
The tattoo kits also comes with different colors which the tattoo artisans can use for coloring the tattoo of different size or for painting someone’s face in a stylish way. The tattoo kits comes in a hard case so that the tools does not get misplaced or break into pieces. The tattoo artists can make use of the tattoo machine kits to make different types of body art or permanent make up in the body the people. 
Most of the materials used for the tattoo, including the needles, are single-use and re-usable materials are sterilised before each use. This is done by using an autoclave. This unit is typically found in a hospital and essentially boils or steams the materials. The autoclave is set to the correct temperature and for the correct length of time to ensure that the tattoo supplies are safe.
If you are new to tattooing then starter kits are available with the competitive price including everything you need. Please note - I would strongly recommend purchasing some practice skin before you go to work on your mates!
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