Round Shader(RS)
Round Shader(RS)
Round Shader(RS)
Round Shader(RS)
Round Shader(RS)
Round Shader(RS)
Round Shader(RS)

Round Shader(RS)

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Round shader needles are a type of tattoo needle configuration that consists of a group of needles arranged in a circular pattern. The needles in a round shader are typically arranged in a looser grouping than those in a round liner, and they are often used for shading and filling in large areas of color in a tattoo.

Rround shader needles are an essential tool for creating smooth gradients and solid areas of color in a tattoo design. They are versatile and can be used for a wide range of shading and coloring techniques, making them a popular choice among tattoo artists.

Magnolia Tattoo Needles Features:

  • The patent ink guide groove design increases ink storage and prevents ink spillover
  • The angle-cut tips make it easier to observe and adjust your needle depth 
  • The Internal membrane protects your machine and grip from fluids backflow 
  • Medical grade, single molded plastic tips improves ink flow and visibility
  • All cartridges are packaged in individual 100% EO Gas sterilized blister packs
  • Compatible with all standard cartridge grips & machines.
  • Package: 20pcs per box

Needle Diameter: #04 (0.18mm), #06 (0.20mm), #08 (0.25mm), #10 (0.30mm), #12(0.35mm)

  • Selecting the appropriate needle depends on personal preference, the condition of the skin, and the requirements of the design. Consider the configuration that minimizes trauma to your client's skin.
  • Ensure optimal pigment flow by adjusting the needle hang on your machine to allow a protrusion of 2-3 mm. Extending the needle too far may result in insufficient color pickup during retraction, while not extending it enough can lead to difficulties in visibility and potential pigment pooling.
  • Allow the needle to draw up ink into the cartridge by running the machine and holding the tip in the pigment cup. Be cautious not to let the needle hit the cup's bottom, using a pigment sponge if necessary to prevent damage.
  • Work off the tip(s) of the needle without forcing it into the skin. If resistance occurs, consider changing to a smaller or tighter configuration to minimize trauma. Maintain a flat surface by gently stretching the skin in small areas to maximize ink deposit and minimize skin trauma.
  • Frequently wipe the needle tip to remove any ink or glide buildup. Clean the needle cartridge with sterile water during tattooing to eliminate buildup, especially when changing colors. Detach the needle from the machine, push the back stick of the needle to reveal the needle tips, and utilize a damp paper towel to firmly press and slide along the needle tips. This process allows for the removal of any accumulated residue between the needles.
  • Dispose of used needles into a sharps container after each procedure; never reuse a needle.

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