Within the tattoo community we do have a lot of dark skinned people. Don’t kid yourself white people aren’t the only people that get tattoos. People that are dark skinned especially people of African-American descent have a very hard time finding tattoos that are going to show up like they want to on their bodies to to their skin color. For all the darker skinned beautiful people out there I want to talk about white ink tattoos on black people. Some of my African-American friends have went this option and I will let you know right now I am a little bit jealous. This white ink really pops against the darker skin of some of my friends. One thing that is going to help out a lot when getting a white ink tattoo is to go back and have attached up once it is fully healed.
Now when a white person gets a white ink tattoo it doesn’t look near as good as it really blends into the color of a white person skin. Just as when a black person gets color tattoos it doesn’t show up as well against their darker skin. There is a lot of confusion when it comes to white ink on dark skin. A lot of people think that is going to dole out for look somewhat brown, and in my experience this is not been the case. If you do decide to go get a white ink tattoo please understand that not all tattoo inks are created equal especially when it comes to white tattoo ink. You are going to want to make sure that the tattooist is using a white ink from eternal links for from Starbrite inks. These both are superior inks and I have been told by professional tattoo artist that this is the only way to go for a white.The reason I bring this up is because I actually get tons of emails from some of our African-American subscribers asking what I feel is the best option for them to take to get a tattoo they are going to enjoy and actually have it show up nice and vividly. Another cool thing about the white ink especially on darker skin is that if you ever go under a black light you are going to light up like that faggy vampire dude….. And as far as I know chicks really dig that.
So if you are set on getting a white ink tattoo I highly recommend that you have the darker skin color. If you have a light mocha colored skin it is probably not going to be very beneficial for you to get white as it may turn into a brownish color. However if you have some of the heavier dark skin complexions white tattoos going to look freaking sweet. One thing that I would recommend is to get a smaller tattoo with Whiting just to see how it is going to show up on your skin. If you like the results from the smaller tattoo I would recommend going ahead getting that big sweet white ink tattoo that you were looking at. Do beware though this white ink against dark skin is going to get you a lot of attention. But it will be good attention!