The Stick and Poke Tattoo Practice Kit: The Best Starter Kit

We love testing hand poke tattoo products and we have therefore tested the practice kit from the amazing Stick and Poke Tattoo Shop

For the second month in a row, the has added a new stick and poke tattoo kit to their incredible range. The company has used the classic single kit as the foundation for the renamed Practice Kit. The kit includes a practice skin, two ink cups, and 3RL, 5RL and 7RL low quality needles (the ones used by copycat companies as their regular needles), in addition to the tools included in the single kit. The single kit knocks off $10, but you lose out the practice tools, which are great to get familiar with the process. Otherwise, the kit itself is identical.

The stick and poke tattoo practice kit components.

The new practice kit comes in a neat box made of recycled cardboard, just like the whole kit range. With 3 different needle sizes (3,5 and 7 round liners), black ink (other colors available, as always) and all the material required for a safe DIY tattoo session. It also includes the lovely instruction booklet, to make sure you don’t get lost.

The greatest thing in the practice kit is that you can use the skin, low quality needles and ink cups to pour a little bit of the ink included in the kit and get familiarized with the process, before you get hands on. Many of the people who get stick and poke tattoos for the first time have never seen a tattoo needle or the ink in their entire life, so it’s great to mess around with fake skin.

Since you will not be using the extra ink cups and the low quality needles on you, you can practice as much as you like, and you can even practice on a banana or a lemon. The more you practice in different mediums, the better.

It’s hard to argue that the Stick and Poke Tattoo Practice kit is anything but a great choice.