I ❤️ INK Brow Collection
All brows love the I ❤️ INK Brow Pigments collection. Find a match for every client with our extensive light-to-dark pigment set — color selection has never been so simple.
In the kit: 0.5 oz bottles of Ash Brown, Grey, Blonde, Medium Brown, Dark Brown, Bold Brown, Ebony and Shading Solution + easy-to-use color chart
Pigment undertones: Warm, neutral, cool
Skin tones: Fair, pink, beige, olive, caramel, dark brown and brown-black (Fitzpatrick 1-6)
Hair colors: All
Corrects: All faded PMU
Pigments, Aqua, Glycerin, Rosin, Hamamelis Virginiana, Isopropyl Alcohol, Benzyl Alcohol
- CTL certified
- Sterilized by gamma radiation
- Made in USA
- CPNP registered
- BVL registered
- 3-year shelf life unopened. 1 year once opened
After two years dedicated to research and development, Tina Davies presents her newly-innovated pigment collection! Expect a simpler selection process that takes into consideration the needs of clients from different ethnicities.
Ash Brown: A cool classic. This neutral-cool, medium ash brown pigment is ideal for clients looking for an ash-based eyebrow. Fitzpatrick 1-3.
Grey: Sophisticated grey. This cool-toned grey pigment heals to a beautiful medium to dark grey — ideal for clients with salt and pepper hair. Fitzpatrick 1-3.
Blonde: Perfect blonde. This warm pigment is good for your fair skin, cool-toned clients — results in a light taupe for a natural blonde look. Fitzpatrick 1-2.
Medium Brown: A balanced brown. This rich brown pigment has a natural tone, finding a happy medium between light and dark. Fitzpatrick 1-3.
Dark Brown: Effortlessly natural. This neutral/warm pigment will be your go-to color for beautiful dark brown brows and consistently radiant results. Fitzpatrick 1-4.
Bold Brown: Make it bold brown. This neutral pigment heals to a flat dark brown with no warmth for a strong vivid look. Fitzpatrick 3-5.
Ebony: A raven beauty. This cool, brown-black pigment results in a flat black tone for a stunning bold look. Fitzpatrick 4-6.
Shading Solution: The best solution for developing a lighter, more sheer color especially for shading purposes. Dilute your pigment at your chosen ratio in your pigment cup before a procedure.