Understanding Pigments in Permanent Makeup
A large element of becoming a great permanent make-up professional is flawlessly matching the customers’ colour. Technicians must have a competent insight as well as an aesthetic sense for the various ranges of your skin tones as well as how the colours will look once healed.
When it comes to choosing a colour for your brows, lips, or eyeliner, your semi-permanent make-up artist should always go over all of your options with you. The technician’s experience, as well as the pigments they utilise, all have a significant role in the finished article. Trust is an important component of the consultation process, and you should feel confident that the specialist understands what they are doing.
We only use pigments from well-known manufacturers. All of these colours products are natural, hypoallergenic. There are a lot of fake pigments in the marketplace, especially online, so you should always do your research on your practitioner and the pigments they use before using them. All experienced technicians would not mind discussing where their goods are produced since poorly sourced pigment might induce a response in the skin that travels beyond the targeted region.
During a consultation, your technician will likely spend a lot of time studying your profile. It is a critical phase of the process to select the suitable pigment blend. Many aspects of your skin tone will be evaluated by the technician. They’ll look at the colour of your eyes and look for underlying hues like red, blue, or yellow. They may inquire as to which colours you believe best suit you. These popular colours are typically popular for a reason.
Whatever pigments are ultimately chosen, it will almost certainly be an unique combination designed just for you. That’s why so much semi-permanent make-up is referred to be tailored, because semi-permanent make-up doesn’t really come in one size fits all treatment.