About This Blog Kathryn Drury Wagner is the executive editor of HONOLULU Magazine and the author of The Ultimate Guide to Shopping on Oahu. Don't get the 1999 Inked Magazine confused with the glitzy, glossy 2009 Inked -- they are two completely different beasts. Before this review goes any farther I would like to give special thanks to Sandra at Paisano Publications for sending me their last two copies of this groundbreaking magazine. In 1999, I had been collecting tattoo magazines for about 6 years and had just received my first tattoo from Pedro Baluga (who happened to be a guest editor for the premier issue). Inked gave me what I was looking for: reviews of black bands, articles on African body modification rituals, articles on black tattooists. Easy Riders Publications should be commended for even putting this magazine out at the time. Miguel, this is awesome, totally worth more than a nod and hopefully more significant than a meager two issues would suggest.
Urban ink is getting better, but the honest truth is they have to sell to their constituency, which is the black urban market. But they are getting better they have a few excellent articles this issue that I will expound upon this week. Most people with tattoos are proud to showcase their body art whenever they get the chance. Whether it’s a wedding, a job interview or a family reunion with a judgmental grandma, there are some rare occasions when it might not be ideal to flaunt a tattoo.

The next step is concealing the first layer of concealer, so purchase one that matches your skin color. To set the makeup, apply an invisible loose powder with a fluffy eye shadow brush, and remember to dab when applying.
Once you've applied the complete cover-up, you must remember that you might not get the results you were hoping for on the first try; however, if you can’t afford a trip to a professional, don’t get discouraged.
Find Idea's, Discover Artists, your next tattoo, get inspired or browse our communities amazing collection! It had a short run of two issues, when Easy Riders Publications (later known as Paisano Publications) decided to stop the magazine for reasons unknown. Today's Inked is a progressive publication that pays homage to all of tattoo culture, unlike others in the industry. It also published Tattoo, Tattoo Flash, Easy Rider, Biker, Savage, V-Twin and In the Wind, and considering most of these titles were geared largely towards biker readership, creating a mag about tattooed black skin was a progressive and gutsy move. On the other hand, there are times when some might feel more comfortable hiding their ink from view. We asked Denise Cockrell, a makeup artist with Bluemercury, to share her expert advice on (and some of her favorite products for) concealing tattoos. And while Cockrell recommends making an appointment with a professional the first time around (they can start you off with the right color palette, brushes and sponges, she says), the expert tells us that anyone can temporarily cover their own ink with the right know-how. It also has profiles of famed artists worked in this genre, such as Manu Farrarons (Tahiti) and Sua Suluape Aiesa Toetuu (Honolulu).The photos are fascinating, but equally meaningful are the descriptions that with each tattoo design.

The majority of magazines were a disappointment to me -- there was rarely a black person in any of them, and I just wanted to see an example of what was possible on my own complexion.
I actually do believe that the whole idea that only light or white skin can take colours is problematic on a whole bunch of levels. And, depending on how long your cover-up needs to last, Cockrell says that many makeup outlets carry setting sprays and sealers to keep color from rubbing off on your clothes. Then, attend that wedding, job interview or family reunion with confidence — grandma won’t be the wiser.
How did they get all that color into that black chick's skin, was the first thing on my mind.
I also just wanted a tattoo magazine to discuss something I could relate to: being a black kid from the inner city.
I think that the industry is dominated by folks who don't actually see or fully understand Black skin and who don't have to because they're not Black. You can enter to compete in four categories, including traditional Polynesian tattoo, tribal tattoo, non-Polynesian tattoo and color tattoo.

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