Fusion Ink

Adam Everett has produced pigments since 1995. Over the past 15 years he has brought you some of the easiest applied pigments to date. Now, along with Next Generation Tattoo Machines, who have been tattooing and building machines since 1991, is pleased to present their new line of tattoo inks. Fusion Ink has a much higher pigment load than any other ink on the market today and is an organic pigment that is completely vegan safe.

Every tattoo artist knows that ink is the “end-all-be-all” when it comes to the best in tacs. The higher the quality, the better the end product, which is why artists know that choosing the right tattoo ink is critical to carving a tight tat.

Experience points to Fusion Ink as one of the top inks in the industry. Creator Adam Everett experimented for years until he produced pigments that couldn’t be beat in terms of quality and brilliance.

Fusion Ink is some of the smoothest and easiest tattoo inks to apply. It comes with a much higher pigment load than any other ink on the market today. Completely organic, Fusion Ink pigment is completely vegan safe.

At RockStar Ready, we carry the line of Fusion Ink for every artist’s needs. Standard ink sets and individual colors as well as the Signature Palette Sets of Jeff Gogue, Juan Salgado, Nikko Hurtado, Rick Walters, Roman Abrego, Deano Cook and Mike Cole. See them all below.


TATTOO INKS ARE FOR PROFESSIONAL USE ONLY! WE VERIFY ARTIST LICENSING PRIOR TO SHIPMENT.

Fusion Artichoke
$9.00
Fusion Atomic Yellow
$9.00
Fusion Autumn Orange
$9.00
Fusion Basic Black
$9.00
Fusion Blood Orange
$9.00
Fusion Blue Mist
$9.00
Fusion Blue Sky
$9.00
Fusion Blueberry
$9.00
Fusion Bomber Gray
$9.00
Fusion Brick Red
$9.00
Fusion Brown
$9.00
Fusion Burgandy
$9.00
Fusion Burnt Sienna
$9.00
Fusion Butterscotch
$9.00
Fusion Canteloupe
$9.00
Fusion Cool Mint
$9.00
Fusion Cornflower
$9.00
IF YOU ARE PURCHASING ITEMS IN THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, PLEASE BE SURE TO READ THE FOLLOWING:
WARNING:
(pursuant California H&S Code 25249 and B&P Code 17200 & 17500): Minerals, metals, organic substances and chemicals may be used in the manufacture of tattoo ink, which create the desired pigment of each ink color. Some metals used could include Antimony, Arsenic, Beryllium, Cobalt, Lead, Lead compounds, Nickel and Selenium, collectively referred to as toxic metals, each of which is a toxic chemical that is known to the State of California to be carcinogenic and/or may result in reproductive harm.
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