Did you ever see secret ultraviolet Tattoos that show up only under blacklight? Check out these fantastic pictures of Ultraviolet Tattoos!
About Secret Ultraviolet Tattoos That Shows Up Under Blacklight
A Melbourne located skin image tattoo designer named Tukoi Oya takes advantage of colored ultraviolet tattoos ink to spotlight specific fields of her amazing illustrative UV tattoo designs.
The original UV tattoos, also called aka blacklight tattoos, are produced with the inks which usually shine below an ultraviolet light.
Under regular day or night lighting circumstances are Tukoi’s sensitive black inked markings just a proper tattoo design.
Her impressive ultraviolet tattoo ink takes effect in a baroque style underexposed UV light and lets the UV tattoo inked body parts shine like magic work.
Take a look at her impressive Ultraviolet Tattoos to work on the taken pictures.
Ultraviolet Tattoos Pictures
Source: Tukoi / Instagram
Is black light tattoo ink safe?
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not approved any type of tattoo ink for injection into the skin.
This includes the ultraviolet (UV) ink that creates that cool, otherworldly, glow when viewed under a black light.
Tattoo inks are approved for use in (non-human) animals.
Do UV tattoos fade?
Looks cool! There are UV tattoo inks that are visible under normal light but glow under black light as well.
It doesn’t hold up as solid as a normal colored tattoo ink would though.
And like we have discussed in our Tattoos & Aging article, tattoos fade over time due to aging.
Is there a glow in the dark ink for tattoos?
Word on the street is that there are new UV or blacklight tattoo inks out there that do not contain phosphorous and are FDA approved.
However, many reputable tattoo artists won’t use any inks associated with blacklight tattoos or even glow in the dark tattoos because of the liability involved.
Do white ink tattoos glow under black light?
The ink isn’t visible without UV light, but the scarring is.
Similar to the problem with white ink tattoos, blacklight and UV ink tattoos will be visible, but won’t look like a tattoo.
With a regular tattoo, there is some slight scarring, but it isn’t very visible because the ink is opaque and camouflages the scars.
Is UV ink safe?
The misconception that it has been FDA-approved stems from the fact that the FDA has approved the use of UV ink for certain food-related purposes, like marking fish.
However, the FDA has yet to deem any ink acceptable for use in tattooing humans.
That doesn’t mean that UV and other tattoo inks aren’t safe, though…
30 GLOW-IN-THE-DARK TATTOOS THAT’LL MAKE YOU TURN OUT THE LIGHTS
UV tattoos can be used in different ways – some could get an entire tattoo that’s only visible when
underneath the ultraviolet bulb, others could use the UV ink to highlight parts of a traditional
ink tattoo they already have. If you’re suddenly intrigued or curious (like me), please proceed to
the cool tattoos below.