Size: /80, /80
Knowing which needle sizes tattooists commonly use, and having an idea of which can most efficiently tackle a particular tattoo is crucial in building a kit. A great way to save money is to fully visualize the tattoo before buying equipment. Like the tattoo itself, the brand and proper needle size is highly subjective to the artist and the person receiving the tattoo. In addition, not having an industry standard in size gives the artist and buyer more freedom. Once the buyer can determine the color or colors, the thickness, outlines, amount of script, boldness, and degree of shading, then they can make decisions on which configuration, diameter, count, and taper size of needle is best. Being able to always use the least amount of needles in the optimal amounts can make tattooing less hectic and stressful. In addition, the tattooist saves on supplies, requires fewer tubes, and turns an immediate buy into a wise investment.