Recently, Dragonhawkstore released a new tattoo needles -- WJX Macropin Cartridges Needles. Similar to the old traditional one, but there is still something different, it looks like a combination of traditional needles and cartridges needles. Today we will talk about the differences.
What's the differences between traditional needles and WJX Macropin cartridges needles?
Compared to the traditional one, WJX macropin cartridges needles is more convenient to install and easier to operate. Save your time and make your work more smoothly.
How to select the size of WJX Macropin Cartridges Needles?
As a new products, people might be confused about how to choose the sizes and have no idea how to buy. Here I’d like to help you to choose. Actually, the sizes of WJX Macropin Cartridges Needles are similar with WJX Cartridge Needles. Please check the picture below:
How to Install the WJX Macropin Cartridge Needles?
Before you use this macropin cartridges, you need to have a tattoo machine and tattoo grip, which is neccessary for macropin cartridge needles. With above tattoo equipement, it's would be easier to install the cartridge needles with this video tutorial.
Above all, so you know the meaning of new WJX Macropn cartridges, how to select one, how to install it, what tattoo machine should you buy to work with.
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Tips for what should I do with these different sizes:
Round Liners are typically used for creating an outline of a tattoo.
Round Shaders are used for filling in color, blending and shading a tattoo after the outline has been done.
Flats are used to achieve tonal gradations in tattooing.
Magnums are used for filling in color, blending and shading a tattoo after the outline has been done, and they can also be used for lining if turned to the side.
Stacked Magnums are used for color, blending, and shading tighter large areas, and they can also be used for lining if turned to the side.