Wholesale Black Jagua Ink For Jagua Tattoos. Cheap and Better than Henna
Jagua Ink Tattoos
Jagua Ink Tattoos
Many people throughout the world are faced with a serious dilemma. They would like a tattoo, but do not like the thought of pain, screw ups, or the chance you might change your mind. Tattoos are faddish, some would say that tribal bands and 'tramp stamps' are still in fashion, but others raise their eyebrows at something that has gone the way of the mullet. Even then, tattoo removal is just as painful, just as scarring, and many times more expensive.
Truly there has to be an alternative.
Many people have heard of 'Henna Tattoos.' These are temporary tattoos that last quite a while and are usually drawn in traditional styles and on hands. Unfortunately, the hue is brownish and not many people are too savvy of this color.
There is an alternative that last just as long to longer, and is more traditionally colored in black. It is called a Jagua Tattoo after the jagua ink that it is derived from. Jagua ink is excreted from a fruit with the same name and is processed in a way to give it the longevity that people demand. With jagua ink's black color you can create beautiful designs without the pain, without the shame, and without the cost associated with a traditional tattoo.
There are many uses for a tattoo derived from Jagua ink. First off, it can be used as a template to show see if you'd like to make a design more permanent. Also, you can have the tattoo placed upon your selected area in order to give the tattoo a 'trial period'. This helps eliminate the buyer's remorse that often comes with such a procedure. Giving the jagua ink designs time to settle in your mind you can go with a less-impulsive route instead of regretting you misspelled your wife's name.
Not to mention the classic practical joke on your friends who wake up with a 'tattoo'. Jagua ink allows the joke to linger on for a long time.
Luckily the price of jagua ink has dropped drastically because of its growing popularity. My suggestion would be to stock up on the jagua ink while the market is still where it is. I know I've personally found it more appealing than henna tattoos and more authentic looking. It's worth it to eliminate the pain, frustration, and imminent buyer's remorse that accompanies many tattoos.
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