When it comes to microblading pigments, there are some things you do not want to compromise on. Quality and diversity are two important factors that determine whether you are using the best possible product for your microblading. Our SUPE formula is the fifth generation of PhiBrows pigments. They have been developed to provide the highest quality, so that the shade does not change on the skin over time. This prevents the pigment from turning into an undesirable shade, such as grey, until it fades completely.
What’s more, our range of microblading pigments is incredibly diverse. We have spared no effort to provide a pigment for everyone, no matter their skin or hair colour. We want you to be able to create the most natural-looking eyebrows with the appropriate colouring for your clients, and our range of pigments offers exactly that opportunity.
Facts about SUPE Pigments
SUPE offers the following advantages:
- no illegal quantities of heavy metals (guaranteed)
- no reactions with magnets
- no shaking before use
- no oil separation
- hydrophobic pigments, that don’t mix with water
But that’s not all!
In addition to the above, all PhiBrows pigments are:
- compliant with Resolution ResAP 2008
- vegan friendly and not tested on animals
Get to know all of our SUPE Pigments
PhiBrows SUPE Goldenbrown
For extremely light, natural hair and skin tone, as well as elderly people with mature skin.
PhiBrows SUPE Brown 1
For naturally blonde persons with light skin or persons with very light-brown hair.
PhiBrows SUPE Brown 2
For naturally brunette persons with light skin.
PhiBrows SUPE Brown 3
For people with brown (almost black) hair and slightly darker skin.
PhiBrows SUPE Fox
For people with light skin and naturally red pigments, possibly freckles.
PhiBrows SUPE Black
For people with black hair and very dark skin colour. Also used to mix with red and yellow to create different shades from Golden Brown to Brown 3.
PhiBrows SUPE Red
Not used on its own, but rather to mix with black and yellow to create different shades from Golden Brown to Brown 3. You can further mix it with yellow to create a pigment that can even out old permanent make-up that has developed a grey hue.
PhiBrows SUPE Yellow
Not used on its own, but rather to mix with black and red to create different shades from Golden Brown to Brown 3. Yellow can also be mixed with black, which results in an olive tone that is used to even out old permanent make-up that has developed a red hue.
Tip for you:
How to mix the pigments