Glow in the dark tatoo

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    1. actually its UV, not glow in the dark. they have been around for quite some time now too.

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    2. wow, so you could appear totally normal in daylight and have a tatoo’d skeleton face appear under black lights. This is a sick way of scarring off a girl friend. lol

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    3. I want a normal tattoo thanks. Been figuring out what I want for so long. At least I know where I want em.

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    4. This is a tattoo I would get. I mean the UV reactive properties.

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    5. That is so freakin’ cool. I want one.

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    6. Glow in the dark ink is available (and probably toxic) but this is definitely UV.

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    7. Heh. Only recently have they figured out an ink membrane system that allows this to be safe. Cost’s a bit more than normal tattoos though.

      I am quite happy with all my standard ink tattoos. The vivid colours are wonderful.

      Also, Tattooed skin is scar tissue so there is a slight scarry marking where this stuff has gone in. Think white ink tattoo on a pale person.

      😀

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    8. I want to see how it looks without the UV on it. Like in normal daytime. I used to not like the idea of a tattoo at all, but if I decided on something after careful thinking, and get it done in UV like this, its less of a change in my appearance, something I could show to who I wanted to only, and wouldn’t have to worry about it job wise…. hmmmm… It would also make a cool, “bet you didn’t know this about me” thing too.

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    9. I like it. There’s also some mysterious way of tattooing in India or something. The colour looks kind of like a henna tattoo and it becomes visible only when the tattooed body part gets wet. That’s what I would want.
      Besides that, I would want real tattoos also, but only things I have designed myself, except the Pi symbol maybe. And I’d get it tattooed only in delicate places, so that I don’t have to worry about getting a job, like hvymetal86 said.

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    10. this is pretty neat – i gotta do more research on it. I’m thinking a hybrid of classic ink & this type of reactive ink in 1 tatt.

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    11. @kuTTer: don’t think the result could end up how you want it to be.

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    12. @GorillaMunch: They can be hard to see in the daytime, but they are still visible without UV light. A lot of it depends on the skill of the tattoo artist.

      @ColombianMonkey: Actually, they can come out really nice depending on the design. There are some great examples on BME. www.bmeink.com/uv001.html

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    13. You all, of course, know that each and every American already has one of these: an invisible/fluorescent barcode tattooed on the back of the neck soon after birth…right?

      Get a UV light and check it out if you don’t believe me.

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    14. @HoChunk: holy shit my barcode reads “you are jesus” ..I….don’t know…..what to say….

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      @wedgemonkey: holy shit that’s cool man i might want to add that to my bucket of ideas for my tatoo.

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