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Ligera Ink Tattoo Cinisello Balsamo

Ligera ink Tattoo Cinisello Balsamo

How many years after the opening of the first studio Ligera Ink doubles its presence in the area with a new second tattoo studio in the north of Milan, Ligera Ink Tattoo Cinisello Balsamo. Competence, professionalism and passion are the foundations on which our tattoo shops are based, characteristics that have allowed us to grow to the point of opening a second tattoo studio in Cinisello Balsamo, Viale Lincoln 129. The high standards of hygiene, customer care and the high quality of the tattoos remain essential elements in our studios. In the tattoo studio we use only disposable and highly biocompatible material, certified by the manufacturers (as indicated by the current directives 76/769/EE). Disinfection procedures are carried out with medical-surgical aids, guaranteeing maximum hygiene and safety for both clients and operators.

Ligera Ink Tattoo Cinisello Balsamo: tattoo styles

The notoriety gained over the years has allowed us to collaborate right away in this new Cinisello Balsamo Tattoo studio with nationally and internationally renowned artists, capable of interpreting the needs of clients in the different styles of tattoos on the market.

quisted over the years has allowed us to collaborate right away in this new Cinisello Balsamo Tattoo studio with nationally and internationally renowned artists, capable of interpreting the needs of clients in the different styles of tattoos on the market.

Old School Tattoo: Traditional Tattoos are the most famous Western tattoo style, from this style all modern styles have taken their cue: realistic, watercolor, blackwork… The main characteristics of traditional tattooing are the coarse lines and solid color that give the tattoo a solid appearance on the skin. The most popular subjects for this style of tattooing are related to the maritime style: sailing ships, lighthouses, anchors and mermaids although in recent years in traditional you can tattoo any subject.

Realistic Tattoo: Realistic tattooing tends to faithfully reproduce photographic images on the skin. Whether they are animals or portraits of loved ones, realistic tattooing allows real photographs to be recreated on the skin. One can choose to recreate a realistic tattoo either in black and white or in colour, depending on the client’s taste.

Blackwork Tattoo: Blackwork tattoos are characterised by the use of only the colour black. They are done with very fine needles, allowing images very similar to etchings to be recreated on the skin. The preferred subjects for blackwork tattoos are related to esoteric and medieval culture, although floral tattoos made in this style are also very popular. They result in very sober and elegant tattoos.

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Watercolour tattoos: This style of tattooing is the latest arrival in the varied world of tattoos, immediately managing to carve out a space of its own. The watercolour tattoo makes it possible to abandon the rigidity of the classic tattoo, leaving room for “liquid” colour and the lightness that follows. Watercolour tattoos turn out to be appreciated especially by the female public who find elegance, delicacy and dynamism in the mordibe shapes and shaded colours.

Cartoon tattoos: Cartoon tattoos are inspired by childhood myths: the protagonists of these tattoos are Disney, Marvel or DC Comix characters, without neglecting Japanese manga or new cartoons such as One Piece.

Maori Tattoo: Maori tattoos are among the best known and most popular tribal tattoos. Maori tattoos take their origins from a Polynesian people of New Zealand. For this people, tattooing had a social and a truly sacred significance. The purpose of the tattoo was to tell within the community the social status of the wearer, telling others of their duties, exploits, and punishments.

Japanese tattoos: This is certainly one of the best known and most popular tattoo styles. Usually characterised by large tattoos, it follows the oriental tradition of tattooing. The most commonly used subjects are dragons, samurai, gheishe, carp and oni demons, which are combined on the skin to tell stories of Japanese tradition.

Discover the difference of a tattoo done with passion, expertise and attention to detail. Visit us in our studios in Milan.