Artists have been seeing more and more clients coming in with faded results of microblading that have turned blue-grayish, green, red, even purplish. One option for dealing with those unwanted pigments is permanent makeup color correction.What the treatment basically means is applying an additional cosmetic tattoo in the opposite color to what the pigments have faded into over the unwanted results. The color on the opposite side of the color wheel will neutralize the unattractive shade and significantly diminish its visibility.
To give an example, for eyebrow color correction of red residues, an olive shade pigment needs to be tattooed over them. We know how this sounds, but this won’t leave you with green eyebrows; the new color will neutralize the old one and the result is a brownish shade that can then be further corrected into the desired shade.
Eyebrow color correction is a shading technique, so, unfortunately, it cannot maintain the definition of microblading strokes. Therefore, the powder brow effect is inevitable, but it can be combined with additional nanoblading or microblading stokes for a combo brow effect!
The best candidate for eyebrow color correction is anyone whose microblading results have faded into a color that’s too warm, too cool, red, green, blue-grayish, purple. Basically, anybody who is not satisfied with the color of their brows and doesn’t want removal, but rather a brow refresher. In order to check if you’re a candidate for eyebrow color correction, book a consult with our eyebrow artist!
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