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Intenze and Fusion together

Hello, This is my first post here so take it easy on me. I recently tried out the trial set of Fusion and decided to order a full 2oz set. I have been an Intenze only (except dynamic black and Starbrite white) for 4 out of my 5 years tattooing. Before that I tried some other company's Skin Candy, Stable, Dynamic (which had a really nice blue to be honest)... However they all fell far short of my expectations. Mind you for my own personal style I am not bashing the brands or anyone who uses these brands with success.
Anyhow There are some intenze colors I will without a doubt still use. Some of the blues are simply amazing as well as the dark earthy tones of theirs. My question is can I use the two brands together in one tattoo? Say I live the Black cherry of intenze for my darkest red in a tattoo but perfer Fusions really red for brighter areas. Is it fine to use them in blending etc. It may sound like a stupid question. However I would rather sound stupid on a message board than to mess up a clients skin. Thanks for any reply everyone. Also does anyone have a favorite Fusion color? I was suprised how well the Gamma Green went into the skin. My recent batch of lime green from Intenze just wont go in right no matter what I do. Again thanks for anyones time and or answer.

Justin Klink


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RE:Intenze and Fusion together

ive mixed multiple brands for over 15 years,never had a problem.
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RE:Intenze and Fusion together

You should have no problem mixing brands with other brands! The only time I have ever had some what of a problem with mixing in another brand was using Stable Ink, This was along time ago so I don't know if they have changed the ink at all but it seemed to want to separate a little from what i recall.
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RE:Intenze and Fusion together

Hi there,

I use fusion and intenze together and never had any problem with it. also after healing process it looks good
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RE:Intenze and Fusion together

I've mixed Intenze with Star Brite, Fusion with Eternal, and all mentioned together with each other at some point or another and never once had an issue. You'll be fine!
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