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Charcoal Grey

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 0CG 1/2oz$5.50Buy Now
 1CG 1oz$10.25Buy Now
 2CG 2oz$18.25Buy Now
 4CG 4oz$32.00Buy Now

Product Description

StarBrite's Charcoal gray is on the darker side of tommys opaque gray colors. Which blends flawlessly to create opaque black and gray tattoo. This style works great for cover ups, when you're not looking to do color, but need the saturation to hide an old tattoo. On a scale from 1 to 10 this color's intensity is around an 8/9. It works well as a standalone neutral grey or with others such as Battleship and Silver Magnolia or added to others to create a muted tone.  

Follow Starbrite Colors:

Tommy's StarBrite Colors has produced one of the most popular & safest tattoo inks in the world for well over a decade. Our colors have become most effective do to their vibrant look many years later after the tattoo has been healed. StarBrite Colors is trademarked registered by Tommy’s Supplies along with being sterilized, Produced in a clean room, sealed & meeting FDA guidelines under the cosmetic act. Our company believes in safety first, product second. Ink should be kept in a cool & dry area. We are not responsible for any ink shipped out of our store.

Tommy's Supplies LLC / StarBrite Colors Goes In Stays In assumes no legal liability or responsibility for any type of illness or allergic skin reactions as a result of being tattooed with StarBrite Colors Goes In Stays In.

Have A Patch Test:
Have your tattoo artist run a patch test at least 24 hours before getting tattooed. The patch test consists of having the ink that will be used during the tattoo put on a patch of bare skin close to where the tattoo is going to be. If you experience any sort of reaction to the ink such as redness, inflammation and swelling it would be a good idea to choose an alternative type of ink.

Have One Final Test:
Have your artist tattoo a small dot with the color where the tattoo will be done and monitor your skin for an allergic reaction for 24 hours before getting your tattoo. Any redness, irritation or swelling could mean that you have an allergy to the tattoo ink.