All liners are made with #12 super
sharp long taper needles and are
grouped very tight for smooth
clean lines.

Bugpin needles (#10) are smaller
in diameter. They go in the skin
easier and smoother and allow for
cleaner lines and smoother color
and shading. The needle gouping
runs slightly smaller than the same
grouping of standard needles. they
are roughly 2 needles smaller. So
for example, a #10-9 mag will fit
into a 7 flat tube, where a #12-9
mag fits into a 9 flat tube.
Magnums (m1)  are made with
needles laid flat and spread open.
best for smooth shading and
blending.
Curved magnums are great for
solid color, grey wash, and cause
less trauma to the skin, enablng
longer sessions with less swelling
and trauma to the skin
we carry standard #12 needles as well
as Bugpin #10 needles. We will soon
carry mostly bugpin #10 needles as
they are a better quality and give
better results. After trying every needle
on the market, these are the needles i
have chosen use in the shop
personally. Best of all, after purchasing
a few thousand boxes, i can offer them
at the same price as the standard #12
needles.
1rl
3rl
5rl
7rl
9rl
13rl
5rs
7rs
14rs
5mag
7mag
9mag
11mag
13mag
15mag
While current inventory lasts, all
needles are $1 each, or $0.35 each
for quantities of 20+
get them with disposable tubes for
ony $0.65 more each
Stock up now!!