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Types of Professional Tattoo Needles

Tattoos are a very attractive and fashionable addition to the body and many of us can't resist its charm. But still a certain mount of people haven't got one as they still concerned about the pain of tattoo and the health considerations during tattooing by tattoo needles. Full of pain, blood diseases, infections, dirty needles, etc. But these are all misconceptions regarding the tattoo process. Following is the truth about tattoo needles. Tattoo needles can be divided into two types: reusing needles and disposable ones. The former ones are more often used in the past. Now almost all people used disposable tattoo needles. In fact, reusing needles are also safe if they are correctly and completely sterilized. Autoclave sterilization and ultrasonic cleaning are two guaranteed ways which have been used by hospitals and doctors for surgical equipments. While many skeptics believe HIV, AIDS and other blood borne illnesses can be moved from one person to another by using tattoo needles, disposable tattoo needles are more recommended and common used.

A tattoo needle varies to several configurations which are separately being used for different purposes. "Round needles" are for bold outlines and even shading in which the needles are combined in a circular pattern. Tight circles are most often used for drawing lines, while looser ones are used for shading. "Flat needles" are assemblies in which the needles are put together side by side. They are most commonly used for shading, but can also be used for writing in a calligraphy style. Bigger flats know as "Magnum needles" are used for even bigger shaded pieces, huge back pieces or full tattoo sleeves. Needles configuration get to be many different sizes such as 1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15even bigger than 20 or 40. Artists can choose them according to the tattoo images and different people.

Another thing added is that the quality of the Tattoo Needles is extremely important for tattooing. So compare quality versus price. The lesser priced needles tend to be burred or barbed, which can cause scarring and more pain during the tattoo process. Also, pre-sterilized, blister packed needles can be kept for extended periods of time.

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