Many people are turning to UV reactive pictures, because they are more visible under UV light, and because they are much cheaper than any other picture design. Skincandy, once again, is the only known brand offering this design. While the “all black” novelty of “ultraviolet” picture designs seems to have taken its final bow, it still remains a popular choice among some tattoo enthusiasts, and for many a conservative choice. Under normal light, even under extreme UV light, the image is suppose to be totally invisible, but when under UV light, the image sparkles. While UV reactive pictures aren’t quite as common as they once were, they are growing in popularity, and some tattoo fans are even looking for “ultra violet” picture designs, which is just a fancy name for the UV reactive tattoo.