In my time in the industry, I've seen a variety of colour changes to brows! Grey, blue, red, orange, purple. All the colours of the rainbow! Sometimes from the most experienced permanent make up artists. It's one of the most talked about topics in our permanent make up forums - "which permanent make up pigment should I choose for this skin! Please help." Sadly, it's also one of the least trained topics across the industry.
So what's the problem? Why do we struggle at times to find the right eyebrow pigment for a certain skin? How do you prevent a brow going an ashy colour? Or how do you prevent orange or purple brows? It's not rocket science but you do have to follow some basic principles if you are tattooing brows.
How do you identify the skin tone & what difference does this make to the outcome of brow colour?
How do I check the pigment undertone?
Will needles size or microblading make a difference?
Does Fitzpatrick type affect outcome?
How do these factors work together to achieve the desired outcome in creating the perfect permanent make up pigment or microbladed pigment colour you desire?
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There's no secret but there are guidelines and tips to help! https://www.theclinicalacademy.com/search/colour-theory
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