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YBody’s Freehand Pen for use with colorini or body glue.
Each bottle can be used to create about 100-140 designs.
Imporant Tips about Colorini Ink:
Shake well before use and in between applications, as colors might separate when not in use. Some colors need to be shaken more than others, like this green shade. It is recommended to keep the bottle upside down either overnight or 6 hours prior to shaking, to get optimum color effect from this shade.
Application over glitter tattoo stencils:
Colorini Ink can be applied over tattoo stencils directly using the brush that comes in the bottle cap. However, Colorini has a thinner consistency than body glue, due to which some users have experienced bleeding of colors when applied directly using the brush. Applying using a spongeor wedge is recommended to prevent such bleeding.
Apply colorini ink onto a spongeor wedge. Then dab on over the tattoo stencil. Colorini Ink dries faster than body glue. While the ink is still wet, you can sprinkle over glitter (sold separately) for sparkling effects.
Freehand designs using Colorini Ink:
Apply using Ybody’s freehand pen (sold separately here) for freehand designs using Colorini Ink.
Apply talcum powder after application for more realistic effects. After dispensing colorini from the bottle, seal the bottle well immediately. Tattoo will stay on for 3-7 days depending on where it is applied.
How Do I Remove Colorini Ink?
Colorini Ink can be removed using a cotton wool soaked in alcohol.
SDA 40B Alcohol (Ethanol), Refined Shellac, Castor Oil, Acetate Isobutyrate, Ethyl Cellulose, Pigment.
Colorini Ink is not recommended for children. Also not recommended for use on sensitive skin or on body parts above your shoulders. Keep away from flames. Avoid contact with eyes. Can cause irritation on mucous membranes. Colorini Ink can stain clothes. See MSDS for more information.