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This pigment is a warm-colored color suitable for eyebrows pigmentation either by dermograph technique or by microblading technique.
Szwedo has designed these pigments in a 1 ml disposable package that allows you to fully respect all the hygienic requirements and to have the whole range of colors available with just a few euros.
Depending on the tone of the skin will stain to bronze more or less intense.
CI 77007, 77492, 77491, 77499
Swedo pigments are specially designed for microblading and are therefore very concentrated.
In the case of micropigmentation with a dermograph, you can dilute them with a drop of microcolorbasis.
All Szwedo Group pigments do not contain aromatic amines and carcinogens. They were analyzed and certified by the German company CTL GmBH and respected perfectly the ResAP (2008) 1
Choosing the right pigment color is very important. However, to do so, it is not enough to choose it by relying on the color of the eyebrows that we will tattoo but we will have to make a series of evaluations depending on the subject to be tattooed. Some of these important evaluations are about the thickness of the skin and its shade. Here are some examples:
The intensity and color of the tattoos (tattoos of the eyebrows) depend on the thickness of the skin.
On thick skin, blacks turn into graphite and graphite in gray, the color may be blurred.
On thin skin, the color will be fuller (intense).
The color effect also depends on the depth in which we inject pigment into the skin.
The deeper pigmentation will be more tense to gray, even if we use a warm color.
Even the skin underarm affects the final result.
On a cold-colored skin (the one without the yellow color), the color will show a slight shade of blue color.
On warm-tinted skin (yellow pigment), the color will show a slight shade of hot, brown or chocolate color.
In conclusion, only with the experience you can best evaluate the right pigment tone for a given skin type by evaluating not only the result of the trick you just made, but also the possible variations after a certain period of time.