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Application of pigments

BeautyCase pigments are concentrated and very color intensive. It is a very advantageous because you only need small amounts of pigment for the treatments. However, the pigments require a certain way of handling and working.

The healed result corresponds to 80-90% of the selected color / color mixture. That is, the pigments have about 10-20% color loss after healing. It is essential to consider it when selecting the color, especially if you have previously worked with pigments whose color loss is approx. 50-60%. When choosing the color, rub the ready pigment mixture on the client's skin and you will see how the healed result will look like.

Pigments from "BeautyCase" do not like a "heavy hand"! If you know about yourself that your hand is not exactly one of the "lightest", then we recommend that you dilute the pigments or go for less intense shades. Colleagues who work with light, powder-like techniques can use the pigments pure without fear of a too intense result.

For light, powder-like shading techniques, it is advisable to mix the pigments with glycerine (pharmacological purity level!). In this way, you will obtain a soft, viscous color mix, which increases the incorporation of color pigments into the skin and leads to greater treatment comfort, as the pure BeautyCase pigments are quite liquid. It is sufficient to add 2-4 drops of glycerine to the ready color mix.

But be careful. For hair drawing techniques and for precise, sharply drawn eyelid lines or lip contours, do not add glycerine. Here you should take the pigments pure or mix them with our thinner if necessary, otherwise the lines will appear blurred after healing.

For light, powdery lip or eyebrow shading, you will notice a pixel-like result after the first few passes. This is completely normal; after healing, the color will spread softly and harmoniously throughout the skin.

Do not make too many working passes. 2-3 passes within one treatment are sufficient. It is always better to intensify the result during a touch-up treatment than to get a too dense result.

"BeautyCase" pigments dry quickly on the treated skin during the work and thus get a rather strong, often dark appearance. This is completely normal and should not be a cause for concern. As soon as you wipe off the residual color, you will see the actual result and will realize that the implanted color looks beautiful and harmonious.

All "BeautyCase" color shades may be mixed together without hesitation. In this way, you can create beautiful individual color mixtures.

The color density should be achieved by several passes and not with the penetration depth and density. If you expect a light, natural result, the implanted color should not look bold in any way after the treatment, otherwise you will get a too decorative result. Only if you really aim to create clear, striking contours and lines, the fresh result should resemble a picture drawn with a felt-tip pen.