The Signature Series
of pigments for permanent
makeup is a line of colours designed to match the look of a person's natural
makeup, skin colour, tone and other facial features. These pigments come in a
variety of colours and are carefully selected by a permanent makeup technician
to deliver the best results. The purpose of permanent makeup is to remove the
hassle, time commitment and cost of daily makeup. How it works is very simple:
exactly like regular makeup, the permanent
makeup is applied to the face, but instead of with brushes,
a tattoo gun is used. Permanent makeup is a carefully crafted, coloured and
Some of the
colours that are often found as pigment colours for permanent makeup include:
Black – Black alone should not
be used. Instead, the better option is to combine it with other colours to
provide a custom darker colour. Over time, the colour will fade slightly to
Grey – A very common colour
used for eyebrows and eyeliners.
Brown – Another very common
eyeliner colour and is best on darker skin complexions.
Jade – Jade is another colour
routinely used in yellow based permanent makeup.
Taupe – This colour flaunts
soft and golden tones. It is most often used for adding some lighter eyebrow
Blue – Often mixed with black,
this colour is not recommended on eyebrows or lips.
White – Mixing with another
colour is key to using white and should not be used as a cover-up or camouflage
colour as it is far too opaque.
Yellow – A common colour that
is almost exclusively used on lip liner permanent makeup.
Red – Again a very common
colour that gets far more play with lip lining.
There are other
specific pigments that are designed to be the ‘ideal' for a specific area.
Colours that are specific to having virginal, soft and natural red lips or
colours designed to make the areola lighter in colour is another common