Produced in the USA, packing 10 ml, 5 ml.

Based on glycerin-alcohol, their consistency is quite liquid.
The distinctive features of the pigments are high concentration of coloring material. As the result the color is homogeneous and saturated.

The loss of the color after healing is insignificant.
The substances remain in the skin for two years or more due to the unique synthesis of inorganic mineral and synthetic organic.


Pigment for the lips

New lip pigments contain less glycerin and their consistently is even more liquid than of eyebrows.
Synthetic organic substance prevails in the composition.

Main characteristics are uniform distribution in the skin, total covering, brightness, and slight loss of color.
The pigments in the container look almost the same as in the healed skin. They look much brighter, sometimes a little colder immediately after implantation.

The palette of pigments for the lips is universal. These are the most popular and fashionable shades, which can be used in various proportions both pure and mixed with other colors. By adding Caramel color to any of the lip pigments in the palette, we get a lot of extra, more muted and delicate shades.

Color loss after healing is not more than 30%.
It is possible to obtain both natural and fondant, saturated effects at different application densities.

LIGHT ROSE – pink neutral,
natural, light
DARK ROSE – pink, neutral,
medium saturation
RUSTY RED – caramel-brick,
medium saturation
RED BROWN – brownish-red, medium saturation
COLD RED – cool pink, crimson, saturated
ORANGE – orange, warm
RED – warm red,
HOT PINK – juicy pink,
medium saturation
CHERY – cherry, cool, dark, saturated.


Pigment for eyebrows

At first, some pigments may look red-brick.

The diameter of the particles of the red coloring powder differs significantly from other coloring components and dissolves rather quickly. For greater confidence, apply a little Vaseline on your wrist and rub on it a drop of the pigment. The red color will dissolve in the petroleum jelly but the gray pigment base will remain.
In order to see the true color, it is recommended to rub a drop of pigment on a sheet of paper, having shaken the container well beforehand.

The color will look a little lighter in the skin than on paper.
The special diameter of the dye granules and a small amount of glycerin don’t let the pigment spread over the skin, so they are specially recommended for imitating hairs.

The hairs look very distinctly even after a long time.
If pigments are applied by the shading method, dense stains should be avoided, so that eyebrows don’t look too bright and saturated. There is a universal Mixing # 2 corrector in the palette. It helps to lighten and make any pigment look slightly warmer.  Color loss during healing is minimal, not more than 30%.


  EXTRA DARK BROWN – the darkest
(cold base)
DARK BROWN – dark gray-brown
(cold base)
GRAY ВROWN – medium brown
BROWN – medium brown
LIGHT BROWN – medium brown
MIXING#2 – for clarification of
dark pigments


Pigment for eyelids

The palette features 2 additional jade green and dark-blue-and-blue ultramarine colors in addition to the traditional black and gray shades.  These colors can be used both pure and mixed with black or gray for magnificent decorative effects on the eyelids.

  EXTRA BLACK – very black
BLACK – the black
GRAY – Gray
GREEN – green, jade
BLUE – muffled blue, ultramarine


Pigments for correction

BEIGE – the beige, the basis for camouflage leather
CARAMEL – caramel, light, thick
MIXING#2 – for clarification of dark pigments
ORANGE – orange, warm
WHITE – white for decorative effects


Exclusive distributor WizArt.