DEEP BROWN PIGMENT DILUTION
It is important to always shake the bottle before use as separation between the color pigments can take place over time.
We recommend diluting with distilled water.
Brown pigment is intended for clients of very light skin tone (Fitzpatrick scale 1-2) and light hair color (blonde, ginger, light brown).
For most of your Deep Brown pigment clients we recommend using a dilution # between #8 - #20, depending on the lightness of the skin tone and hair color. If the client is extremely light skin dilute towards the higher end of the range (#14 - #20), if they have some warmth or redness to their skin dilute towards the lower end of range (#8 - #14)
Example Use Case 1: Fitzpatrick 1 with light brown hair color
Where previously you may have used a Folicule Black Pigment #22-#24, now you can alternatively use Folicule Deep Brown Pigment #14 - #18.
To mix a Deep Brown #14 you would use 1 ml of pigment + 14 ml of water.
Example Use Case 2: Fitzpatrick 2 with medium brown hair color
Where previously you may have used a Folicule Black Pigment #20, now you can alternatively use Folicule Deep Brown Pigment #10
To mix a Deep Brown #10 you would use 1 ml of pigment + 10 ml of water
*Remember to continually stir pigment during treatment as separation can occur.
You will enjoy the slightly warmer brown tone and low viscosity + easy to use for SMP. Remember this is still heavily carbon based pigment with added warmth from the brown (red and yellow pigments).