I just purchased some colorini tattoo ink but have a problem with it bleeding under the stencil. I was hoping someone knows how to stop this happening....
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Registration date : 2012-03-06
I use the tiny daubers that you can buy at Walmart and just dab it on... haven't had any bleed so far
Fill in the colour from the edges of the Stencil always to the middle. I always work my brushstrokes so, but sometimes it don't work. And use the less ink that you can.
I find that when we use the alcohol swabs to clean the skin a bit of the alcohol gets into the pours and causes bleeding of the colorini. To prevent this we have a mini fam blowing on the client, we tell them they get the pampering technique, they get fan treatment after the alcohol swab and again after the colorini has been applied. We have not had a problem with bleeding since we started doing this.
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Registration date : 2013-01-26
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