Color Tattoos vs. Color Bomb Tattoos
Our tattoo artists at Tattoo Consortium have years of experience designing many tattoos in these two popular styles. There are numerous benefits of these tattoo styles. It just depends on what overall look you are wanting to achieve with your ink.
Color tattoos have become appealing to many tattoo enthusiasts because of their undeniable aesthetic appeal. This type of tattoo usually includes various shading of colors to create a beautiful work of art.
Over the years, color tattoos have become a staple in the tattoo community. The unique color tattoos are offered in different colors, so it essential to choose a color that suits your skin type. Full color tattoos also require special care to prevent fading over time.
Many people who get a full tattoo often want to either make a statement, or to get artwork that matches their personality. New School, Old School and Traditional, among others, are common design options when it comes to full color tattoos.
Color Bomb Tattoos
Color bomb tattoos are very vibrant and pop in appearance due to the high saturation of color that they use. Similar to a regular color tattoo, this type of tattoo is common in a numerous design options, including New School, Old School and Traditional, among others.
The difference between color tattoos vs. color bomb tattoos is that while color tattoos use shading of colors, the color bomb does not. The color bomb tattoo uses highly saturated colors to create a piece that pops on the skin.
Interested in a color tattoo or a color bomb tattoo? Contact Tattoo Consortium to schedule your appointment with us today!