Golden Brown texture like… A real microblading pigment is supposed to be like. Solid - so it lasts longer than any other pigment on the market. Lightest - so it treats extremely-light, golden-haired clients. SUPE - so it combines the best of synthetic and organic pigments. And affordable - so you know it’s for you. Check out all these features:
- 2 x .18 oz bottles
- Original formula
- 100% microblading quality
- 0% heavy metals (tested)
- Treats extremely light hair
- Treats up to 40 clients
- 100% ready for use
- Same day shipping
This pigment is used for extremely light hair, like light blonde hair (natural and colored), bleached or white hair and light gray hair. For those types use it pure. If you want to achieve a darker tone you can mix it with yellow pigment. You can also use it with black to create an olive type tone that goes well with both light brown and darker blonde hair color.
Golden Brown pigment is created using the SUPE formula. That means it contains equal parts synthetic and organic pigments that make it able to be applied to the skin. This revolutionized the industry when it was released. Now, everyone needs and has a light yellow pigment in their microblading toolbox. Plus the pigment is thicker, so despite being light it can last a substantial amount of time.
The revolutionary formula for this pigment was created by PhiBrows. At their trademark labs in Europe. Because Scandinavians and Germans have many light-haired blondes. Plus it had to go through some serious testing to meet health and safety standards across the world. That includes the USA. So, when you apply it to a client’s brow, you can be confident when you tell them it’s 100% safe.
Every Golden Brown pigment contains two pieces (0.18 oz bottles). This amount allows up to 40 treatments. Yes. Even after this information, the price tag of remains the same at $85. This means you spend just above $2 of pigment for each light blonde client you treat. How does that sound?
Each time you press the “Buy” button, we send you two golden bottles of .18 oz full of light pigment. Not sure? Press it and see what happens.