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  22. Hello! Thank you so much for sharing about your lovely tattoos. I am fascinated by this process- I have one tattoo that was done with a stick/poke style, and ever since have been contemplating how I would be able to tattoo myself, and with my own ink. So just curious on a detail of the process, if you don’t mind sharing. I already have a lovely black charcoal that I’ve scraped from a burned Sequoia tree that is a very, very fine powder. What did Hanni mix the charcoal with to turn it into an ink form? It seems that my research gets a bit grey here, and am not sure the best and healthiest medium in which to carry the pigment to the skin. Thank you so much for your feedback and any tips! Peace.

    • Hi Melissa! Thank you so much for your comment, so glad you enjoyed this post. Hanni mixed charcoal with vodka to make the ink, but I don’t know about proportions. I hope this helps 🙂