These cartridges feature no-drip tips, which prevents your pigment from pooling around the PMU site. Less pooling means more visibility, less distraction, and above-all… better results.
The PIXL cartridges also give you a special soft finger ledge which reduces hand pain and discomfort during any procedure. Additionally, with 6mm long tapers and top-quality steel needles, you can count on reduced trauma to your client’s skin for optimal healing.
- PMU needle cartridges by Tina Davies
- Top-quality needles made of 304 surgical stainless steel
- Deliver minimal trauma to your client’s skin
- Reduce discomfort with a soft finger ledge
- Enjoy better visibility and focus with no-drip tips (prevents pigment pooling)
- Count on hygienic procedures with a safety membrane
- Disposable and EO (ethylene oxide) gas sterilized
- Created by Tina Davies
- Price per one box of 10
A guide to all available PIXL needle configurations:
Ideal for brows, eyes, lips, and areolas, or any area that requires precise detail
1 (available for #10 and #12 Round Liners only)
3 (available for #8 Bugpin Round Liner only)
|#8 Bugpin (0.25mm)
#10 Bugpin (0.30mm)
Ideal for brows, eyes, lips, and areolas
|#8 Bugpin (0.25mm)||Long (6mm)|
Ideal for brows, lips, areolas, or any area that requires covering a large area of skin
|#8 Bugpin (0.25mm)||Long (6mm)|
A note on compatibility:
Use Tina Davies PIXL needle cartridges with any rotary machines on the market. These needle cartridges are not compatible with PMU machines or devices.
Try Tina Davies’ tips for optimal use:
“I’m excited to share my new and improved PIXL Needle Cartridges with you! Artists can expect an effortless experience with this new, innovative NO-DRIP TIP to reduce pigment pooling, improve visibility, and increase precision. The improved finger ledge offers enhanced control and comfort to reduce hand fatigue. Made with a patented safety membrane to prevent backflow and optimize machine performance.”
- Needle selection is based on personal preference, skin condition and design demands.
- Consider which configuration will cause the least amount of trauma to your client's skin.
- To use: insert, twist and lock into place.
- For optimal pigment flow, adjust the needle hang on your machine to allow the needle to protrude by 2-3 mm.
- If the needle is extended too far, it may not pick up enough color from the tip as the needle retracts.
- If the needle is not extended far enough, you will find it difficult to see the tip and may experience pigment pooling.
- Allow the needle to "draw up" ink into the tip of the cartridge by running the machine and holding the tip in place in your pigment cup.
- Do not to let the needle hit the bottom of the cup, as this may damage the needle tip. Use a pigment sponge to help.
- Work off the tip(s) of the needle without forcing it into the skin. If the needle is resistant to the skin, you may need to change to a smaller or tighter configuration to minimize trauma.
- Maintain a flat surface by gently stretching the skin in small areas at all times to maximize ink deposit and minimize skin trauma.
- Wipe the tip of the needle frequently to remove buildup of ink.
- During tattooing, clean the needle cartridge in sterile water to remove buildup and when changing colors.
- Dispose into a sharps container after use — never reuse a needle once you complete a procedure.