The color brown is made up of the three primary
colors YELLOW, RED and BLUE. These individual
colors inside the color brown can fade out of
the skin at different time lengths, leaving strange
colored shadows behind.
These traditional tattoo inks made up of these three
primary colors (YELLOW, RED, BLUE) are ultimately
going to fade. Yellow is the color that leaves the
skin first, leaving behind RED and/or BLUE.
If an iron oxide heavy metal is present, the brow
may quickly become red, leaving the client with
a red caste that is sometimes permanent. The
alternative to this is a blue caste that can be
difficult to correct.
BrowBeat pigments have a much different
composition. Their color source is derived from a
plant-based organic substance that IS ALREADY
BROWN. It is not a three primary color mix to make
up the color brown.
This very fact makes these colors more stable in the
skin as the microblading and/or shading starts to
fade. It cannot fade losing one color because it
was always brown, to begin with.
The brows remain a natural color keeping clients
happy as the brow begins to fade.