permanent ink

permanent ink

[′pər·mə·nənt ′iŋk]
(materials)
Ink that contains up to 1% dissolved iron to prevent fading or washing away when dried.
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Boasting of accurate, vibrant colors in permanent ink, HP Original Ink cartridges use 36,000 drops of ink per second to help reinvent memories that never fade as photographs printed on HP Photo Paper remain fade resistant and free from smudges and streaks, making them last a lifetime.
Because it is defined as "new form of permanent cosmetic that uses the principles of tattooing to place permanent ink under the skin to create the likeness of hair," microblading was not allowed unless conducted by a physician or doctor of osteopathy.
You need the art supplies--cover stock paper, black pens with permanent ink, and watercolor sets.
I agree...James is so special as an artist and man and worthy of permanent ink."
There's a system to this food distribution: each person is marked on their thumb with a permanent ink before being handed over a packet of food to ensure there are no repeats in order to feed maximum people.
The voter's thumb will be marked with permanent ink.
Then, the voter's name and serial number will be called out by the polling agent following which the voter's name will be crossed out on the list, voter's thumb impression will be taken on counter files and the voter's thumb will be marked with permanent ink.
While the majority of the names in the squad are already written in with permanent ink, there are still some spots up for grabs as Wales continue to build towards the 2019 World Cup.
While they could be temporary drawings, it could be permanent ink considering Lovato's penchant for body art.
The decision also mandates them to print the name of the product, its place of manufacture and its expiry date using permanent ink.
The Syrian actor recently demonstrated his faith loud and proud in permanent ink.

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