UNLEASH YOUR ULTRAVIOLET AWESOMENESS.
What defines a work of art? Does it always smile to you from the surface? And if so, do you grasp it all in essence and definition at that instant of a glance your eyes meet with the colors painting through the pores? We channel our identities, feelings and desires through these symbols stained on our skins. They are bookmarks of who we were, where we’ve been and the memories of time and life where we have felt the most alive and made the most of that moment toward stretching every second of the space we shared. But did it always shine through the surface? Did it always scream and acknowledge everything in the true essence of the message? Life will teach you that some of its most brilliant moments and messages aren’t always worn on the outside. Sometimes the brightest and most beautiful true color of one’s being doesn’t show on the surface. Sometimes the best flavors find themselves hidden. Sometimes, the most divine sights can’t be seen through the reaches of the sun or any ordinary space. Sometimes, some of the brightest blessings can only glow at their greatest through the radiance of a new light. Sometimes it takes the influence of ultraviolet to completely stand out. Some things are just too special…
Skin Candy’s got that kind of special ink. Completely invisible to the naked eye a breed of ink only visible through the brilliance of a blacklight. UV Tattoos of blacklight tattoos are a special ink made popular through raver subculture. With colors ranging from blacklight red, yellow, green, magenta, blue, purple and entirely invisible to get you the hidden glow to be the blacklight warrior you were destined to become.
Ultraviolet tattoos must be done by experienced artists. These inks do not “blend” like the normal inks. They must be applied and performed under the presence of a UV light, especially the invisible ink. UV inks and normal inks don’t blend. It’s recommended that you get bright, normal inks first, apply and let dry. Then after sometime, let apply the hidden greatness of the UV ink.