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The Best Practices for Mixing Microblading Pigments: Tips from Master Artist

The Best Practices for Mixing Microblading Pigments: Tips from Master Artist

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  • Apr, 25 , 23

Mastering the mixing of microblading pigments, can help you achieve the desired color and create long-lasting, beautiful results for your clients. In this blog post, below we’ve listed some tips from Master Artists on how to mix microblading pigments, so you can ensure safe procedures and achieve the best results possible.


Small Pigment Amount


When mixing microblading pigments, it's always best practice to start with a small amount and gradually add more if needed. This will keep you from wasting pigment. Starting with a small amount of pigment also makes it easier to adjust to the desired color.


Use A Mixing Cup or Tray


A mixing cup or tray is a must-have when mixing microblading pigments. Not only does it provide a clean and organized space for mixing pigments, it also makes clean up easier. Using a clean mixing cup or tray also helps you avoid contamination of the pigments.


Use Pigments Of The Same Brand

We highly recommend you mix pigments of the same brand as they are usually designed to work together. Mixing pigments from different brands can result in unpredictable and inconsistent results. Using pigments from the same brand ensures that the colors will blend seamlessly and create a consistent look.


Sterile Tools


Sterilizing your tools ensures that your client is safe from harmful bacteria that can cause infections. You can use the Phimixer with disposable mixing sticks for each use.


Use PhiThinner


Using PhiThinner when diluting pigments can help you achieve the desired effects and consistency. PhiThinner can also help you achieve a uniformed color.


Mix well


Mixing the pigments well is crucial to ensure a consistent color. Use your Phi Mixer to mix the pigments thoroughly, and make sure there are no lumps or clumps. A well-mixed pigment is important in creating a natural and seamless look.


Check the color


Always check the color of the pigment on the client's skin before proceeding with the microblading procedure. This helps ensure that the color is accurate and that the desired result will be acheived. Checking the color is a vital step and should never be overlooked, skipping this step can create an undesired outcome for your client.

 We hope you found these tips helpful in perfecting your microblading pigment mixing skills. Remember, mastering the art of mixing microblading pigments is essential for every microblading professional who wants to create stunning, long-lasting results for their clients. By following the best practices and tips shared in this blog post, you'll be well on your way to achieving safe procedures and perfecting your microblading pigment mixing skills. Keep prioritizing safety, being mindful of the color theory, and practicing to achieve the best results possible with your microblading pigments.



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