Mixing permanent make-up colours
Within a product series of Coloressense (PMU pigments) all colours may be mixed, but of course they do not have to be mixed. If your desired colour is a premade mix, it may be used on its own. For many, the restriction to just a few colours is too unimaginative in the long run, and at some point creative minds tend to make their own compositions. Often 15-20 colours are more than enough to achieve an incredibly wide range of intermediate shades. This saves a lot of money and storage costs. A mixed colour is always something individual, but also brings with it certain risks. It must be ensured that the same mixing ratio is used for all subsequent treatments. That’s why it’s important to write down which mixture you used exactly. The mix ratio should therefore be recorded and archived on the client-file card, preferably along with a colour smear.