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A collection of INTENZE's earth tone
A collection of INTENZE's earth tone range
This tattoo ink color has a red
This tattoo ink color has a red undertone, which can be used over-and-over for those rusty looking accents on metal pieces or where a solid brown with reddish undertone is needed. Rusty Brown is very strong in cover-ups. It likes to be mixed with white.
This is a very distinctive tattoo
This is a very distinctive tattoo ink color, which is very difficult to reuse when mixed in skin. It is a necessity for any tattoo artist that works on large scale pieces. Ochre is unique because of its greenish tint, but still belongs to the natural brown tattooing colors.
This tattoo ink color reflects the
This tattoo ink color reflects the old-style green from the 1950s with its muddy appearance. It is used for countless traditional tattoos. Army Green heals with a slight, muddish, yellowish, greenish look. It likes to be placed right next to warm brown and tan colors.
This tattoo ink color is made
This tattoo ink color is made because many tattoo artists had problems to create a perfect green for the tight corners and deep woodsy, leafy areas. Mud Green heals with a blackish, grayish touch, and is very essential in the Earth Tones color line. It likes to be mixed with Army Green and Ochre.
The name says it all! If you have a
The name says it all! If you have a need for something sweet, your tooth will ask for it. Warning: DO NOT EAT MILK CHOCOLATE TATTOO INK! Every time it goes in skin, everyone asks for chocolate.
This tattoo ink color has a rich,
This tattoo ink color has a rich, unique blend of blues, which stands on its own. It represents the warmth of our planet. Earth is very unique, and is loved to be placed with other Earth tones. It harmonizes with most warm and cool color tones, which is very unique for any color. Earth likes to be cut with our Snow White Mixing to create lighter shades and has very good cover-up capabilities.
This tattoo ink color is made to
This tattoo ink color is made to create those dark, sand-like areas. Desert Sand Light has great cover-up capabilities, and is also used by many tattoo artists to create a foundation for skin tones. Desert Sand Light heals with a very slight, cooler tint. It is used in evening and night scenes due to its cooler base color.
This tattoo ink color is similar to
This tattoo ink color is similar to Desert Sand Light, but with the difference that it has a warmer base. It is used for early morning and day scenes. It also has good mixing capabilities with any other warm colors.
This tattoo ink color is mostly used
This tattoo ink color is mostly used in tattoos to represent the fall season. Its beautiful richness and warm undertone is mostly used on trees and highlighting wood effects. Auburn is a base tattoo ink color for many color portraits that need a rich brown (but not blackish) undertone. This color likes to be mixed with any orange, yellow or white.