Blue Lip Harmonizer is a corrector pigment. It is so named for its ability to eliminate the blue tones prominent in so many lip procedures. Its only purpose is to tattoo directly over previously tattooed lips that have turned blue/mauve. Do not use Blue Lip Harmonizer on its own nor directly on skin that has not been previously tattooed.
Bordeaux appears as a very deep wine color in the bottle but presents safely in the skin as pink soft shade. It is formulate with a touch of orange to eliminate the risks a of a healed lip procedure turning blue. Recognizing that red colorants are transparent colors adding a couple drops of Wild Rose helps to support color retention in the mucousal tissue.
The organic deep red base of Cherry Red has fast become a favorite of technicians. To aid in the elimination of the risk of blue spots in the lips, this popular color has been formulated with and orange base. Cherry Red is often used in addition to pigments to increase depth and intensity of lip colors.
Natural Lips brown is an iron oxide pigment formulated with an orange base and of all the lipliner series it is the most brown tone compared to all other lip pigments. Orange has been added to reduce the risks of grey when tattooing darker color into lips.
It is exactly what you see, peachy with a hint of pink. Nutmeg is without a doubt our most popular brown tone lip pigment choice. Brown, auburn, warm tone clients love Nutmeg. An absolute must! Nutmeg’s warm soft tones is certainly the champion for those ladies looking for that gentle brown definition. This is an iron oxide base pigment and can be mixed with all of the lipliner series.
This brown/red base is a true winner all on its own. The base is an organic and iron oxide base and can be mixed with any of the lipliner series. When you are unsure of what color to choose, pick Paprika – can’t go wrong, a very safe choice. Without a doubt, it’s one of our most popular choices!