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Old 03-05-2010, 06:58 AM
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According to their website they do sell Easy Glow 1oz bottle, but for $10???!!! Havent tried this yet, is the price worth it? I mean, could it be better than Fusion, Starbrite or Intenze in general?

http://www.pulsetattoo.com/home.php?cat=368
they dont have every color. i already tried to order a couple weeks ago, jenn said she would e-mail me when they got some in. i have not got an e-mail. so i dont know.
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Old 03-06-2010, 09:34 AM
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I see... Well, incase you get a hold of those colors, please let us know what ya think about it... I am trying to test all ink brands as much as possible and your feedback will be a great help bro... Cheers!
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Old 03-06-2010, 11:25 AM
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According to their website they do sell Easy Glow 1oz bottle, but for $10???!!! Havent tried this yet, is the price worth it? I mean, could it be better than Fusion, Starbrite or Intenze in general?

http://www.pulsetattoo.com/home.php?cat=368
I've not tried Fusions yet because I came across Easy Glows first. I can tell you they are much easier to blend, faster saturation, and easier to clean from the skin than Starbrite or Intenze. They are thin as any liner ink, So, like a male gigolo, wipe your tip before you dip into something else.
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i am about sick of my machines bogging down from fusion drying out in the tip. i really hate that, it goes in great, but you have to keep dipping into water, or hang your needles out. i wish pulse would get some freakin easy glow in 1oz bottles!!!!!
I back you on this one. Any time I'm using white it seems to clog up my s&!t real quick. Espically any white/ blue mix. It's like tattooing with molassas. Try waiting until the last possible second to pour her white out. Seems to help a little, something about not drying out in the air. You can also put a drop of distilled water on top of her cap to act like an air barrier. But yes, that is some pasty s&!t!
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i absolutely love fusions ink, i just placed an order for more last week.
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its great ink, dont get me wrong, i just dont like the drying out part. and i am more used to thinner inks.
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Old 03-11-2010, 10:28 PM
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Like Starbrite? Its a good brand... Specially the Canary Yellow, Brite White and Scarlet Red...
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Old 04-17-2010, 05:15 PM
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Starbrite is Good, the only thing i noticed is that i personally, along with a few other artists have had some reaction issues with it in the past, I also noticed that the yellow doesnt hold up aswell either " my opinion" but Fusion is the s&!t! LOVE FUSION!
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i got sick of waiting for pulse so i got some electric ink, and so far i love it. goes in quick and heals bright, and no bogging my s&!t down.
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I have tryed both inks & I think consistency is key. Ethernal is not constant. Fusion seems to be a new company so I don't know if they will stay constant. So I say if its not broken don't fix it. I stay with good old permapro. Always the same consistancy.
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