Microblading

WHAT PIGMENTS IS YOUR ARTIST USING?

Continuing education is important in any field, the permanent makeup field is no exception.

Anyone who’s familiar with my work knows that I’m a big proponent of continuing our education. I take courses from the best people anywhere in the world, rather than the ones that are close to me.

In Microblading, there are many areas we could continue our education long after we’ve taken our trainings. One area of continued learning for me that made a lot of difference was the color and pigment education. There is so much to learn there that it can’t possibly all be covered in one microblading course.

There are all kinds of new and inexpensive companies popping up trying to get in the pigment game.  A lot of these new companies will not have done the proper research (lack of funds) and use cheap ingredients to cut corners.  Pigments are unregulated and therefore can have any ingredients the manufacturer deems reasonable.

As a professional, I think we need to have more control over our pigments and Phi pigments gives me that control. I only use Phi pigments. Phi pigments are the best in the world. They are vegan and contain no heavy metals. With clients being so careful what they put in their body, we need to take time to use “CLEAN” products that may be more expensive for the brow artist but the best quality for the consumer. Main advantage of using PHIBROWS pigments is that your clients are not exposed to heavy and toxic metals, that usually can be found in 98% of semi permanent pigment brands.

Tartrazine free, as it is highly allergic artificial coloring additive . Therefore, risk of experiencing allergic reaction is O out of 1 million procedures done in the world.

BEFORE YOU BOOK AN APPOINTMENT CHECK WHAT PIGMENTS YOUR ARTIST IS USING! ITS VERY POSSIBLE YOUR BROWS MAY TURN A DIFFERENT COLOR AFTER HEALING. BLUE, GREEN, PINK COLOR BROWS, WE HAVE REMOVED THEM ALL IN OUR STUDIO DUE TO CHEAP INK IMPLEMENTED IN YOUR SKIN!

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