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Good Green, Bad Green

Posted by PAWNJOB from IP: 71.194.157.1 on 05/21/11
Tinley Park, IL United States - website


I've had limited experience w/ different brands of ink in my short tattooing career. I mainly use Intenze and Fusion right now. I like Intenze but HATE their light green. Nice medium true green color (which is what I'm looking for!) but it's super getting it to stick. Their dark green is awesome by the way, a little cool though - not a true green. Haven't tried Fusion's green yet. My mentor used Starbrite but I've just heard to many bad things about it.

Please give me your favorite true greens (not warm or cool, light or dark). Please suggest companies only if you have experience w/ their green specifically.

Thanks in advance,
-Ryan



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RE:Good Green, Bad Green

Posted by PAWNJOB from IP: 71.194.157.1 on 05/21/11
Tinley Park, IL United States - website


CORRECTION:

super HARD to stick.


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RE:Good Green, Bad Green

Posted by Barrett from IP: 72.240.194.164 on 05/21/11
Toledo, Ohio United States


I like eternals' lime green, haven't really had any problems with any of their inks...I think their lime and grass green goes in pretty easy actually.


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RE:Good Green, Bad Green

Posted by costah from IP: 83.132.47.188 on 05/21/11
Maia, Porto Portugal - website


hello..
i hated the graffiti of eternal, after healed, they are not strong... i prefere lime green of intense...
i also had an alergic reaction to avocad green of eternal , it was bad for 5 months my hand looks uggly....

nuno costah


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ehhh

Posted by Barrett from IP: 72.240.194.164 on 05/21/11
Toledo, Ohio United States


the only reaction I had to with eternals was a red about 2-3yrs ago...other than that I like their inks...The grafitti green and nuclear green I do not use for large area though more for high lighting and mixing....Avacado is the only bottle that still isnt opened--never used it..


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RE:Good Green, Bad Green

Posted by PAWNJOB from IP: 71.194.157.1 on 05/31/11
Tinley Park, IL United States - website


I did a small tattoo w/ Fusion's Leafy Green last week. It was awesome, a very true green and it went into the skin really nice. I'm expecting it to heal well, I'll keep you posted.


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greens

Posted by chris van r from IP: 124.185.228.216 on 06/01/11
Yeppoon, Qld Australia - website


i've been using fusion for a while now and like it...as for greens i find the key lime and gamma a bit difficult to put in [compared to there other colors] but i like the leafy green a lot. before them i was using a bit of eternal and fantasia. i don't remember the eternal greens too much but the fantasia's were good. there green concentrate and bright green were a bit thinner and worked well together to make the tones you need[adding any other color as well]...while the mid and light greens were a bit thicker and more on the whitey side of things, still easy to put in though.


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RE:Good Green, Bad Green

Posted by will from IP: 108.129.109.50 on 06/07/11
gallatin, tn United States - website


I think Stable's green is a perfect true green shade, but it can also be hard to work and I'm looking for another true green as well, I'm looking into eternal's lime green. Starbright's lime green is a beautiful color and easy to work, but by no stretch of the imagination is it a true base green.


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