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.
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.
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!
Peachy Pink is an organic and inorganic base which also contains titanium dioxide. The white added to this formula will support other colorants in keeping color in the mucosal tissue. This peachy rose color can be mixed with any of the other lipliner series. True color and no color changes in the lip tissue. Add this pigment to high risk and high levels of natural blue lip tones.
Phoenix Red proudly displays itself as a bright, soft red. Once healed into the skin, Phoenix Red settles into a soft, pink red. It can be mixed with other organic lip liner colors. Although a bright color in the bottle, it is a winner for natural looking lip color once healed into the lip area. Phoenix Red may be used to increase the red undertone of Natural Lips Brown or Terra Cotta.
Poppy Red, an organic pigment, is a deeper, brighter red when compared to Phoenix Red and/or Velvet Red. The cool tones of Poppy Red has given this color popularity with those clients who have minimal natural lip pigmentation. Generally, Poppy Red is used on its own but it is well sited to be mixed with any of the lip liner series pigments.
Raspberry’s deep berry-rose heals into a color that is much like the natural color of lips. Raspberry is the most popular lip color of all the pigments. Due to the fact that lips have a natural lip blue undertone regardless of any color tattooed in , Raspberry is a choice used y many technicians. Raspberry is a perfect selection for the client who chooses the burgundy, plum colors (that are totally unacceptable in tattooed lip procedures.
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.