Softap offers a wide variety of colors, all ready to use. So, you do not need to deal with adding a toner, neutralizer, or modifier. Even better is that the company has classified their colors into warm, cool and neutral, going so far as to ensure this is made clear by the print color used on the pigment tube. However, in case you want to customize a color when you know your color theory and the target healed color for the client, it is quite easy to blend 2 or more colors together for individualization.
A Guide for the Permanent Makeup Pro — color tips
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In the practice of Permanent Makeup, every day, we face new clients, new cases, and new challenges. Color selection will always be one of those moments when experience plays a crucial role. The more you become familiar with the color result, the easier it will predict the outcome of your procedures.SofTap® colors are transparent and will blend in with whatever undertones are on the skin.Sometimes the undertones and natural chemistry of a person's skin can turn slightly ashy or warm.
There are two situations when you need to change a color: A) If you want to change the pigment itself or B) If you need to change the color of an eyebrow from a previous permanent makeup procedure, keep in mind the following advice.
For Asian, Black, and Hispanic with skin types 4, 5, & 6 use the following colors as your guide: For a black look, use Mahogany. For a dark brown look, then use German Chocolate, Cafe` Ole, or Royal Fudge. For a medium brown look, you may want to use either Chocolate Truffle, Cocoa, or Copper. For a light brown look; use Bordeaux, Milk Chocolate, or Caramel. For Brunettes of Dark, Medium, and Light Brown hair with skin types 1,2, or 3: For a black color use Charcoal or Mahogany For a medium to dark brown color, use Earth or Expresso...
How to Select Your Color As you know, color selection is the most important part of doing a permanent makeup procedure. The other most important part is to put it in the right place. Everyone sees color differently, some people can see the natural undertones in a client's skin and others simply cannot. We developed our colors to not only help you see undertones easily, but also to help create a natural beautiful appearance for all of your clients. Choosing the correct color is as easy as 1, 2, and 3. There's no mixing, no guesswork, and no worries about...