Add a small amount of this harmonizer to darker pigment choices to eliminate the risks of blue undertones. Mix well and tattoo over the existing blue tattoo. If the existing tattoo is a dark blue color, use this straight up. If the existing tattoo color is a very pale smudgy blue, add Grey Gone Harmonizer to lighten and increase the yellow tones. With a 20 year track record, Blue Brow/Eyeliner Harmonizer promises to neutralize the blue in conjunction with correct tattooing techniques.
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.
Moroccan is an eyebrow choice for skin tones that are medium with an olive undertone. Its medium brown iron oxide provides its popularity. Although this formulation has some warmth in it, it is only less cool and is still dark.
Sterling Grey is an excellent color choice for eyebrows or eyeliners. This iron oxide and titanium oxide base color can be used on its own or mixed with browns such as Dark Walnut, Dark Chestnut, Taupe, or Black Onyx. Sterling Grey’s formulation of many different colors ensures that there will be no color changes in the skin. Depending on the skin’s undertones, Sterling Grey will heal into the skin as a dark/brown color. for the mature lady who does not want a black or dark brown eyebrow, a suggestion is to mix a couple drops of Sterling Grey with Taupe. A suggestion for an eyeliner on a mature lady would be Sterling Grey. To increase brown levels, mix Sterling Grey with Dark Walnut and Blending Gold.
Taupe is truly a must in every technician’s eyebrow spectrum of colors. Taupe is an iron oxide base pigment and can be used on its own for the lighter eyebrow. To make this color even lighter, add a few drops of Brow Lightener, Brows Lightener/Red Out or Grey Gone Harmonizer. To darken it, add a drop of Dark Walnut. Taupe will heal into the skin as a light, greybrown.
Tuscany is a iron oxide base and is used to achieve a medium to dark warm base eyebrow. The orange undertones will assist in building a warm base when tattooed on cool ash skin tones. It is darker than Dark Walnut but lighter then Black Pumpkin. Adding a couple drops of Blue Brow/Eyeliner Harmonizer to eliminate risks of healed in blue procedures is always a safe bet. Although this formulation has some warmth in it, it is only less cool and is still dark.
Whisper Blonde is the lightest of all the eyebrow colors. It is an iron oxide base and is tattooed into skin tones that are warm, red/orange, (peaches & cream) skin tones. The ash base of Whisper Blonde will give the balance of enough of color to shape and define brows on such delicate skin tones. It is lighter than Honey Brown and Taupe.