PhiBrows™ Microblading Pigments SUPE Fox
Fox is flaming red. The color exclusive for redheads. But this pigment is special. It can be used on natural blondes and brunettes as well. How? Because it has high concentrate levels of red iron oxide. This makes it red hot. And not just on brows, but on our virtual shelves as well. This is why other artists buy it so much:
- 2 x .18 oz bottles
- Original formula
- 100% microblading quality
- 0% heavy metals (tested)
- Treats redheads
- Treats up to 40 clients
- 100% ready for use
- Same day shipping
One part yellow to two parts red it’s a prime example of microblading color theory in action. This creates a lavish orange color. Fox pigment is almost exclusively used to treat natural redheads. Almost, because you can use it to treat natural blondes and brunettes, to give their brows a reddish finish. This achieved due to highly concentrated amounts of red iron oxide. You’ll need to be very precise when using it, since it can start fading into red. And your client won’t want that to happen.
Fox is a SUPE pigment. This development in pigment formula allowed this lighter shade to be visible on microbladed brows since it contains both synthetic and organic materials. Despite containing increased levels of iron oxide, the pigment doesn’t contain any heavy metals.
Since it was created by PhiBrows, it had undergone serious chemical testing (known as “total opening”) to ensure clients can be treated. Apart from passing these tests in France and Switzerland (countries with the highest degree of testing), it passed all health and safety testing in the USA, as well. Essentially, wherever you microblade in the world, you can reassure your clients and tell them it’s 100% safe to be used on their brows.
When you buy PhiBrows SUPE Fox pigment from us you receive two bottles that contain .18 oz of pigment. This amount of orange-red pigment can treat as much as 40 clients. You spend $85 on pigment spread across 40 treatments. In case you didn’t do your math correctly that’s just a few cents over $2 per treatment. Maybe we didn’t put the right price?
Until we can check and change it, you should definitely click to buy this pigment. It might be your lucky day, and you’ll save buckets of money on our mistake.