The above concept consists of many factors. To fully control and predict the end result, we must reject schematic thinking.
The first factor is knowledge of colorimetry. This is an area with a very broad spectrum. How to choose the right color? In the field of eyebrows, I recommend (apart from assessing the shade of the skin, which is the background to our work), pay attention to the natural color of the eyebrows so that it is consistent after healing. The color chosen should be on the same color and intensity or up to a tone higher. The effect will be natural and in harmony with nature. Customers who decide on a stronger shade from their natural hair will be forced to do henna or paint hair because the color that stays in the skin will contrast with lighter hair which will not look aesthetically pleasing.
In terms of lips, we must remember that this part of pigmentation is the only one that has no stable color. Lips change all the time and react to external factors: heat – they are more intense, cold – they enter pale and cool tones. To choose the right color, I suggest that the color be similar to the natural color of the lips. For example, if the lips have a pink tone, choose a color based on pink, the intensity of the color depends on the customer’s preferences. If the lips are redder and the client, for example, does not want red, I recommend adding a bit of color to the one chosen by the client for a better match. This understanding of the choice of colors causes that after a while the color disappears nicely, is more transparent, then we avoid the effect of eaten lipstick, the obvious contrast between what is natural and what disappears and looks unsightly.
When pigmenting the lines, pay attention to whether the eyelid is vascularized, in which case the black color will always look dark blue when healed. Perfect eyelids are pale, with no visible vessels.
Another important aspect is understanding the skin and adjusting the technique, speed and length of movements. TREAT YOUR SKIN AS THE BIGGEST BODY. – the sooner we understand its meaning and the message it sends, the more perfect our work will be. On more vascular, mixed skin reactions are more aggressive, more plasma is released. Dry skin, although more sensitive and prone to red, nevertheless absorbs pigmen faster. At the first stage of work, our movements should be gentle, short only so as not to irritate the skin, but rather get it used to work, which should be systematic, stable, thoughtful. If we start working aggressively at the first stage, it will strengthen until the end of the procedure. We will lead to a greater inflammation, which ultimately results in less pigment absorption. And our effects will not be satisfactory. The more responsive, the more smooth and gentle our movements should be.
To the basket of conscious pigmentation, I will add a machine that should be stable. Engine operation must be uniform. Machines that are better balanced are usually a bit heavy, but their vibration propagates in the skin, which in turn enhances the powdering effect and light work. I recommend working on optima cartridges, they are refined, the beak was fitted to the needle, therefore the work is even, and the needle does not fly in the beak. In addition, the needles are extremely precise and sharp. Perfect for any technique. It is worth emphasizing that they are made of medical plastic, which does not rub during operation and does not get on the skin.