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Distinctive Lion Head Pattern Empaistic Tattoo Machine RD-2-S12-C


Do you want to make yourself different from others? Do you want to own some professional tattoo needles? This professional tattoo kit will be a great choice! Now offer brand new professional one 8, 10, 12-coil-wrap lion's head sculpt empaistic machin...
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  • 8, 10, 12 wrap coils make the tattoo machine enough stable and powerful
  • Work powerful at quite low volt, lower heat emission and a longer life
  • Light weight frame, compact, and easy for use
  • Applicable for various skin types
  • Suitable for every field of work
  • Extreme running smoothness
  • Simple adjustment of puncture depth
  • Rapid changing of cartridges
  • Ergonomic adjustment of the handle bar
  • Top-quality and technical innovation
  • Conventional power supply can be used
  • Material: Iron
  • Operating Voltage: AC 4-10V
  • Coils: 8/10/12 wraps
  • Gun Type: Manual
  • Size: 105 x 85 x 30mm/4.1 x 3.3 x 1.2in (L x W x H)


Distinctive Lion Head Pattern Empaistic Tattoo Machine RD-2-S12-C

  •  The tattoo machines are the highest of quality at a competitive price, and it is easy to produce, match to most people

Distinctive Lion Head Pattern Empaistic Tattoo Machine RD-2-S12-C

  • With this powerful tattoo kit, you can have everything you need to get your business started or upgrade your current equipment

How Tattoos Work?

Distinctive Lion Head Pattern Empaistic Tattoo Machine RD-2-S12-C

  • Not too long ago, most Americans associated tattoos with sailors, bikers and sideshow artists. But tattoos have become more popular in recent years, and the people who get them are as diverse as the styles and designs they choose. And some people who would never think of tattooing pictures or symbols onto their bodies use permanent make-up - a type of tattoo - to emphasize their eyes and lips

Tattoo Basics

  • Artists create tattoos by injecting ink into a person's skin. To do this, they use an electrically powered tattoo machine that resembles (and sounds like) a dental drill. The machine moves a solid needle up and down to puncture the skin between 50 and 3,000 times per minute. The needle penetrates the skin by about a millimeter and deposits a drop of insoluble ink into the skin with each puncture

Distinctive Lion Head Pattern Empaistic Tattoo Machine RD-2-S12-C

  • The tattoo machine has remained relatively unchanged since its invention by Samuel O'Reilly in the late 1800s. O'Reilly based his design on the autographic printer, an engraving machine invented by Thomas Edison. Edison created the printer to engrave hard surfaces. O'Reilly modified Edison's machine by changing the tube system and modifying its rotary-driven electromagnetic oscillating unit to enable the machine to drive the needle

Modern tattoo machines have several basic components:

  • A sterilized needle
  • A tube system, which draws the ink through the machine
  • An electric motor
  • A foot pedal, like those used on sewing machines, which controls the vertical movement of the needle 

Distinctive Lion Head Pattern Empaistic Tattoo Machine RD-2-S12-C

  • When you look at a person's tattoo, you're seeing the ink through the epidermis, or the outer layer of skin. The ink is actually in the dermis, which is the second layer of the skin. The cells of the dermis are far more stable than the cells of the epidermis, so the tattoo's ink will stay in place, with minor fading and dispersion, for a person's entire life

Distinctive Lion Head Pattern Empaistic Tattoo Machine RD-2-S12-C

Precautions specific to tattooing include:

  • Checking gloves for pinhole tears during tattooing, since petroleum-based ointment erodes latex
  • Pouring ink in advance, using clean tissue to open ink bottles during tattooing and preventing nozzles from touching contaminated surfaces
  • Patting tubes dry after rinsing during color changes - never blowing excess water from them
  • Spraying liquid soap into a tissue, not directly onto bleeding area, since blood can become airborne when the spray hits it
  • Giving pens used for drawing on the skin, which should be medical grade and sterile, to the client Tattoo artists must also take special safety measures regarding their hands. Gloves help prevent disease transmission from bodily fluids, but bacteria thrive in the warm, damp environment they create. This means that artists must: Wash hands thoroughly and often. Inspect hands for cuts or sores and cover them with bandages. Remove hangnails and keep nails short to prevent punctures to gloves. Refrain from tattooing when experiencing lesions, dermatitis or allergic reactions

The tattoo itself involves several steps:

Distinctive Lion Head Pattern Empaistic Tattoo Machine RD-2-S12-C

  • Outlining, or black work: Using a single-tipped needle and a thin ink, the artist creates a permanent line over the stencil. Most start at the bottom of the right side and work up (lefties generally start on the left side) so they don't smear the stencil when cleaning excess ink from the permanent line
  • Shading: After cleaning the area with soap and water, the artist uses a thicker ink and a variety of needles to create an even, solid line. Improper technique during this step can cause shadowed lines, excessive pain and delayed healing
  • Color: The artist cleans the tattoo and then overlaps each line of color to ensure solid, even hues with no holidays - uneven areas where color has lifted out during healing or where the artist missed a section of skin 
  • Final cleaning and bandaging: After using a disposable towel to remove any blood and plasma, the artist covers the tattoo with a sterile bandage. Some bleeding always occurs during tattooing, but most stops within a few minutes


  • Be sure to let your artist or piercer know about your condition so that they can tailor the actual experience and aftercare tips for you
  • The aftercare period is crucial to lifelong enjoyment of your tattoo or piercing
  • Already prone to infection, diabetics must be vigilant about keeping their new bodily addition clean and covered

Package Included:

  • 1 x Lion Head Empaistic Tattoo Machine