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Post by painkiller on Sun Jul 03, 2016 11:31 am

Hi there, has anyone tried the eternal nuclear green ? and what do you think about it?90% of the inks i use are eternal but i tried that nuclear green a couple of times recently and i realised i can't put it in the skin.the first time i overworked the spot trying and the second i had to use it on a different customer i didn't even bother and switched to another green immediately.that particular eternal is also very thin unlike the others ..just wondering if anyone else have experienced anything like that before i choke the bottle in the bin
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Re: eternal nuclear green

Post by Loulou on Sun Jul 03, 2016 11:34 am

i had a few eternal lime greens /snot greens i binned them all , eternal lilacs are shit as well , i have found kuro sumi to be much better than eternal to be honest thats why i switched i dont have problems with any of the kuro sumi colours
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Post by marked 4 life on Sun Jul 03, 2016 3:33 pm

I use nuclear green on my cherry blossom leaves, its great for small areas and I can put it in single pass, bigger areas I find you only get one chance at it as it is so easy to overwork with it been so light, it looks as though it isnt going in but if your technique is good then it will be in, leave it and check it again in a few minutes, I bet it will show then, all my greens have been good, only colour in my set I had a problem with was yellow, just could not get in solid, I changed to Fusion for just the yellow and can get that in ok.

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Re: eternal nuclear green

Post by painkiller on Mon Jul 04, 2016 11:40 am

i ordered a similar green from starbrite to give it a go....i'll let ya know how it is.
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Post by Loulou on Mon Jul 04, 2016 11:57 am

i loved eternal when i first started tattooing , but now i just find them too thick , and i found them quite difficult to blend , but that's just a personal preference i like thinner inks because i find them easier to work with
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Post by marked 4 life on Mon Jul 04, 2016 1:57 pm

Eternal tend to dry out in the ink caps quickly particularly lighter colours, I have started to only pour when I am actually ready now on some colours.

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Re: eternal nuclear green

Post by painkiller on Tue Jul 05, 2016 2:53 pm

thats very true they make a crust on top but once you brake that with the needle its fine underneath.I finally got some world famous instead.never tried this brand but heard they re good
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Re: eternal nuclear green

Post by rustysnow on Tue Jul 05, 2016 7:05 pm

i've only ever tried eternal green concentrate and it went in really easy

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