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As a professional microblading artist, choosing the right eyebrow pigment is crucial to creating the perfect brow for your clients. Although there are many factors to consider when selecting the correct pigment, such as skin tone, hair color, and personal preference. We’ve created this quick guide to help you simplify the process of choosing the correct microblading eyebrow pigment every time, so you can create stunning brows that your clients will love.
Skin tones can range from fair to dark, and it's essential to choose a pigment that matches your client's natural skin tone. Another factor that should be considered is any undertones in the skin, such as cool or warm tones. Choosing the right eyebrow pigment that complements the client's skin tone will help create natural-looking brows that enhance their features.
Your goal should always be to match the eyebrow pigment to your client’s natural hair color as closely as possible. For example, if your client has light brown hair, you'll want to choose a pigment that's a similar shade.
Personal preference is another crucial factor in choosing the right pigment. Some clients may prefer a more dramatic, bold brow, while others may prefer a more natural-looking result. It's essential to communicate with your clients, never hesitate to give your professional recommendation and educate them on the factors to consider when choosing the best eyebrow pigment to give them the desired look they would like to achieve.
Higher quality eyebrow pigments are formulated to last longer and provide better color retention. Look for pigments that are specifically formulated for microblading procedures and are free from any harmful chemicals. You might want to consider having a look at some of the eyebrow pigments we have in our store, as they have all been formulated for these types of procedures.
Before beginning the procedure, it's crucial to test the eyebrow pigment on the client's skin. This will help determine if the pigment matches the client's skin tone and hair color, and if it provides the desired result. A patch test is also important to ensure that the client isn't allergic to the pigment.
In some cases, the eyebrow pigment may need to be adjusted during the procedure. For example, if the pigment is too light, you may need to add more pigment to achieve the desired result. If the pigment is too dark, you may need to dilute it to achieve a natural-looking result. It's important to be flexible and willing to adjust the pigment to ensure that your client is satisfied with the outcome.
Take age into account. Mature skin (considered as such from 40 years and above), tends to darken tones; so it is recommended to use a lighter tone than the desired result.
In conclusion, choosing the right microblading eyebrow pigment is crucial to creating beautiful, natural-looking brows for your clients. By considering factors such as skin tone, hair color, personal preference, quality of pigment, testing the pigment and age, you can ensure a successful outcome every time. Hopefully this guide, will provide a starting a good starting point to choosing the correct pigment for your clients and help them achieve the perfect brow.