Organic and Inorganic Pigments for Permanent Makeup
Iron oxide base pigments, also known as inorganic, are used in the manufacture of all of our eyebrow and eyeliner pigments and in some of the lip color pigments. Organic base pigments are brighter and more vibrant in color compared to an iron oxide base. Attempting to achieve vibrant lip colors such as red and orange with iron oxide colorant is impossible. Organic lip colors will generally settle and fade to approximately 25% to 70% lighter than the initial implanted pigment.
Dark Chestnut maintains the same properties, applications and recommendations as does Dark Walnut. The only difference is that Dark Chestnut combined with Black Pumpkin is an excellent choice for eyebrows on darker skin tones.
Dark Walnut is an iron oxide base pigment. Viewed in the bottle, as well as when first tattooed into the skin, this color appears olive green. Dark Walnut will heal into a medium brown color. The olive green is necessary to compensate for the red undertones prevalent in some brown pigments. This modification reduces the risk of your client’s eyebrows turning pink. To test for a color tone and the depth of color, smear a dab on the client’s skin. Dark Walnut can be mixed with any of the eyebrow colors and with some of the camouflaging pigments. Some suggestions on color variations would be mixing in Taupe, Sterling Grey, Black Onyx, Jade or Moroccan, or combination of two of them or more.
The perfect color correction to neutralize the grey in previously tattooed eyebrows. One of the most popular colors for balancing out mauve-purple grey eyebrows. This formula has a yellow orange base and is very popular as a modifier with any other eyebrow pigment. Without a doubt one of the most popular eyebrow colors on the market.