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Rich Microblade Colors Cosmetic Tattoo Pigment – Pick Your Color in a 1/4oz Bottle
Microblading is one of the most popular ways to cosmetically tattoo brows. Due to the technique of microblading, it is necessary to use a color that does not run. Rich Microblade Colors are specifically created with a thick and creamy mineral oxide pigment which easily settles into the skin with long lasting results. According to Dr. Zwerling, pigments like iron oxide rarely cause allergic reactions. “Iron oxide has been shown to be the safest pigment.”
Tips for Best Color Results
Popular Colors to Help Prevent Colors Healing too Light or Gray
A perfect warm combination of colors is #09 Warm Darkest Brown with a few drops of #12 Warm Auburn. These colors will usually help avoid eyebrows healing too light or an unwanted gray color. If a lighter color is requested, add #04 Attractive Warm Brown, or if a darker color is requested add #10 Brown Black.
Microblade needles are very fine and can easily penetrate the skin deeper than needed, unintentionally reaching the lower part of the dermis layer of the skin. This area is where the warm or cool undertone can then cause eyebrow colors to heal an unwanted gray color. This can usually be avoided by adding extra warmth such as #04 Warm Auburn.
It is rare but if a person has a predominately strong red undertone, a warmer color does not need to be added.
“I've been in the permanent makeup industry for 23 years. I have been performing Microblade procedures for over five years. Since microblading tends to pull gray, my favorite Rich Microblade Colors to use are #09 Warm Darkest Brown with a small amount of #12 Warm Auburn. I get great results that last with these two colors. They are a beautiful warm blend of colors that actually look great on most of my clients.” - Kelly Jordan, Lehigh Valley PA
The following webchart is a quick reference guide for standard body jewelry measurements and how to measure basic body jewelry. Please print this webchart to help measure your body jewelry accurately.
Visit our PainfulPleasures Infocenter for additional body jewelry information. There, you will find detailed articles on standard body jewelry sizes, how to measure body jewelry, basic body jewelry, and more.
Ensure compatibility between standard (non-custom) PainfulPleasures body jewelry parts using the tables below. More information on threading, including custom thread patterns, can be found in our Threading Infocenter article.
Internally threaded jewelry has a threaded post on the top and/or end, which is then inserted into a threaded hole in the barbell shaft.
Internal Thread Pattern
0.8mm or 0.9mm
Externally threaded jewelry has a threaded post on the barbell shaft, which is then inserted into a threaded hole in the top and/or end.
14g, 12g, 10g
External Thread Pattern
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