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Black is back!
BeautyCase Professional Black PMU Pigments back in the program!
Real Black and Extreme Black are the improved new editions of the well-known BeautyCase® black pigments. You are prepared for all cases with the high-quality professional pigments that give you magical abilities.
Thanks to its new formula, BeautyCase® Real Black heals realistically black, lasts extremely long, is super economical to use, and is suitable for eyeliner lines and lash line enhancement.
BeautyCase® Extreme Black is a highly concentrated, UV stable black, as you can imagine. Due to its carbon content and extreme blackness, it also enables hugely high color brilliance and extreme longevity at PMU, but it is only suitable for real professionals.
Get your double pack now for a special price!
BeautyCase® colors are high-quality pigments for professional permanent make-up.
No color change, no iron oxides, and no alcohol as a preservative. BeautyCase® pigment colors offer decisive advantages:
- excellent skin movement/incorporation with all needle types
- Long-lasting color stability
- concentrated and color-intensive = economical to use
- high color absorption of the skin = shorter treatment times
- Lessor no corrections required.
- fresh, vivid natural results
- Made in Germany | we only produce our pigments in Germany
- More than 20 years of experience.
Components of our BeautyCase® pigment colors:
Water, pigments, propylene glycol, calcium sodium phosphosilicates, natural Shellac (pharmaceutical grade), polyvinyl pyrrolidone (PVP), ammonia
For all raw materials used, well-known test institutes analyze up to 60 different parameters and check whether they comply with legal requirements and apply recommendations.
BeautyCase® pigment colors are FREE of cadmium, chromate, mercury, selenium, tellurium, thallium, uranium, and soluble barium compounds.
All values for antimony, arsenic, barium sulfate, lead, chromium, and zinc correspond to the strict limits of the Council of Europe resolution ResAP (2008) 1 and are below the recommended guidelines.