Tattoo proceduresThe art of tattooing has many different procedures ranging from various countries, however, the basic idea remains the same. This involves the injection of pigments or paints under the epidermis. After the pigments are injected the body’s immune system begins to kick and sends phagocytes are the white blood cells that protect the body by ingesting harmful foreign particles. Phagocytes theses begin to consume paint pigmentation and pull the ink to the deeper layers of the skin.The top layer, or epidermis now had time to heal and have the scabbing discarded, leaving a smooth layer of skin revealing pigmentation which has now been converted into a new connective tissue with collagen growth. The result is a permanent pigmentation of the deeper layers of the skin, creating what we refer to as a “tattoo”Traditional large tattoo fake is still practiced in some remote areas around the world, such as Borneo and Africa. Some of these tribal traditions involve cutting the skin and then putting the ink, ashes or other substances which leave permanently different colors under the skin. The instruments used in the art of tattooing needles vary, with the bone, even sharp sticks. These traditional methods make use of a. Playing the needles with another stick or wooden mallet that inject the needle into the skin the ancient art of tattooing in Japan is called Tebori. There are very few of these traditional artists left who practice this art style, however, you can still get one if you’re willing to pay for them. This type of tattoo is called Horimono.The modern method of tattooing, tattoo guns that are uses electricity that injects the pigment at the speed of 80 to 150 times per second. Tattoo shops in the u.s. use needles packed to ensure sanitation.Artists also gloves your hands and always wash the skin with ink with a disinfectant to help prevent the possibility of infection. The needles are soldered together and upon completion of the needles are thrown away, never to be reused.Paints and pigmentation in the past were made from natural materials. However today’s inks are unlimited and now they even have created glow in the dark paints. The materials that these paints are created from inclusion, titanium dioxide and iron oxides to carbon black, azo dyes and acridine, quinoline and derivatives of phthalocyanine naphthol, while iron oxides are used mainly for cosmetic tattoos, such as permanent eyeliner.