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Tattoo Styles Part 3

We are so happy to tell you that you already know the differences between the 6 styles as Flame Wise Ink described them in previous articles. Today is the final blog post about the styles, in which you will learn about three new ones. 



This style is one of the unique styles found in the tattoo industry. The tattoo artists will make your tattoo with multiple dots. Do you remember the Tinker Bell cartoon, where all the fairies took the fairy pollen and sprinkled it on various objects? Tattoos in this style are just as beautiful and unusual looking as if your body was painted with pollen, but in black or any other color you want to see your tattoo in.


Colour realism

With this style, everything is both easy and simple at the same time. If you go to a park and look at flowers, roses for example, you can see different shadows as the light falls on the flower. You can also touch it and breathe in the fresh scent of the rose. A tattoo in this style will be exactly the same as a flower in real life, but there will be no smell as in reality. Normally, such tattoos take much longer than other tattoos, as the artist uses a large palette of colours and properly puts them into the skin.



Many of us remember our childhood, when we painted with aquarelle watercolours and they spread beautifully and fascinatingly on the album’s sheet. As one drop of paint was layered on top of another drop, it produced a richer color. Such a tattoo is performed a little differently, but the final result that you can see is just those warm and deep memories from childhood.


Ready to Book?

In these three parts we told you all the styles that you can find in our studio. If you are interested in any of the styles and would like to discuss your future tattoo design, feel free to contact us and/or claim your free consultation.

About the Author

About the Author

Flame Wise Ink is a progressive tattoo studio located in Toronto that offers a wide variety of styles done by the best tattoo artists with an individual approach.