When choosing microblading pigments, it is important to understand what’s in them and how they’re used in the procedure. This article will explore the differences between Organic and Inorganic pigments and explain how CHUSE works to ensure a perfect match. For a more personalized experience, talk to a professional to discuss your desired color.
In permanent makeup, organic pigments are insoluble and high coloring strength. These pigments have a low solubility in water and other organic solvents, making them very expensive. Because they have very low solubility, organic pigments have specific characteristics. These properties include being sunlight resistant, having good dispersion in the application medium, and being highly resistant to flooding. In contrast to dyes, organic pigments have no affinity to a substrate, thereby making them better candidates for microblading.
You’ve probably heard of the difference between inorganic and organic pigments if you’ve ever done permanent makeup. What is the difference? You can see the difference in the color, but you can’t tell by just looking at the product label. Luckily, there are many options available to you. Let’s talk about these three types and how they compare. Inorganic pigments are opaque and cheaper to produce than their organic counterparts, but they aren’t ideal for microblading.
CHUSE Microblading Pigments come in powder form. They are manufactured with modern grinding technology and are approved by the FDA, SGS and Dermatest for cosmetic use. They are non-toxic, but some people experience allergic reactions to them. These pigments are stored in a cool, dry place. They are not recommended for use on sensitive skin. CHUSE pigments are suitable for the use of cosmetic professionals.
There are two major types of pigments for microblading: natural and synthetic. Natural pigments are made from the same substances as those found in the skin. They can be blended with synthetic pigments to create the color of your choice. Synthetic pigments are manufactured in factories and are not recommended for use in microblading. Licensed Microblading artists can only use them.
In microblading pigments, organic ingredients are the key to a great result. Microshading inks are made with organic pigment, so the color blends naturally with the skin. Organic pigments are also known for their stability and long-lasting effect. Organic ingredients are also safer and more effective for skincare, and they create a shadow effect that looks natural. For more information, please read our article about organic microblading pigments.