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Can you use apple barrel ink or paint for tattooing?

I am a biginner tattoo guy, I don’t have too much money to buy tattoo ink to practice. But then I when to Michel’s craft and art store and I came across a brand name Apple Barrel acrylic perminent paint and is waterbade and is high-quality paint for all purpose. So I bought it and try it on pork skin and it turns out pretty good and dark. That’s why I just wanted to ask if it can be use for tattooing.

Thanks,
TestedOnPorkSkin

I would say no. Save up your money and get real tattoo ink. Even thou it held up well in the pork skin there is no way of knowing how it would age and in addition, pork skin is not living…you don’t know how a living organism will react to such ink.

5 thoughts on “Can you use apple barrel ink or paint for tattooing?

  1. harley51185 says:

    I would say no. Save up your money and get real tattoo ink. Even thou it held up well in the pork skin there is no way of knowing how it would age and in addition, pork skin is not living…you don’t know how a living organism will react to such ink.
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    11 tattoos, 11 piercings

  2. Brittany says:

    That’s paint…not ink. Meaning, it’s used to paint with…not to be injected into your skin. Get real tattooing ink. You’re not going to find anything at Michael’s,
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  3. Kristen P says:

    wow… get real tattoo ink. and it’s beginner
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  4. ♫ Zach, is your BIGGEST fan ☮ says:

    lol yeah shoot that paint right into your skin and see how it works out.

    go apprentice before you butcher someone
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  5. Theresa111 says:

    Paisley, For $15.00 you can buy watercolor paint, one good brush and some good heavy gage paper. O. K. $25.00.

    With the pent-up emotions, creativity, tensions, turmoils, memories and beauty inside you, you would be an excellent painter, It's feelings on paper or canvas. You already paint with words. Try some paint. 🙂 Thanks for your appreciated words.

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