The process for tattooing white ink over black ink is similar to the process for tattooing any other color of ink.
First, the tattoo artist will clean and sterilize the skin and then outline the design using a sterilized needle and ink. Once the outline is complete, the tattoo artist will fill in the design using the white ink.
To achieve a bright, vibrant white color, the tattoo artist will typically need to apply multiple layers of white ink. This may require several tattooing sessions, depending on the size and complexity of the design.
It’s important to note that white ink tattoos can be more difficult to achieve than tattoos done with other colors of ink. White ink tends to be more translucent than other colors, so it may not be as visible on certain skin tones. Additionally, white ink can fade more easily than other colors, so it may require more touch-ups to maintain its appearance.
If you are considering getting a white ink tattoo, it’s important to choose an experienced tattoo artist who has had success with this type of tattoo in the past.
Check out this blackout arm tattoo with ink by Dino Vallely…