Tattoo Needle Cartridges
RL stands for round liner, and it is mostly used for doing lines, clear-cut lines, delicate and thin lines, script, dot work, stippling, small areas of shading. 8 sizes are available now.
Wormhole tattoo needle features
Transparent detachable tip design: Make ink flow visibility and to observe slight needle adjustments.
Big vents shell design: Decompressing vacuum action, minimizing potential spraying, and redirecting to the sides.
The soft diaphragm prevents tattoo ink back-flow while minimizing the pen’s motor stress.
#12 needle cartridges
#10 stands for 0.30mm, also known as “Double Zeroes,” #10 needles are a bit smaller than their #12 counterpart and cause less skin damage while still allowing for more ink than a #8 needle. It can do softer shading. Mixes the benefits of standards and bug pins. Make smoother gradients between black and grey.
What each size is used for?
Lines, intricate shading, and fill-in
Outlines, shading, and fill-in
Shading and color fill
Shading, thick outlines, and color fill
Shading and colors
Needle Grouping Common uses
1RL, 3RL Lines, intricate shading, and fill-in
4RL, 5RL Outlines, shading, and fill-in
7RL Shading and color fill
8RL, 9RL Shading, thick outlines, and color fill
13RL, 14RL Shading and colors
Different needle groupings have different common uses based on what they are most suitable for. Smaller round liner needles can be used for thin outlines and detailed shading, meanwhile, larger round liner needles are used for thick outlines.
Tattoo tips for tattoo beginners
Minors may not buy these tattoo needles without a parent or legal guardian. Minors may not receive a tattoo.