The Science of Pigment | Online Permanent Makeup Training
Pigment ingredients and their interactions with the skin.
TIME: 1 hour 12 mins.
Have you ever wondered what is inside a bottle of pigment?
Most artists start out by using the pigment line that they were trained with, but as their confidence grows, they usually try out other lines through artist recommendation.
What is often overlooked in this process, is thinking about or enquiring about exactly what is inside each bottle of pigment.
In this informative online permanent makeup webinar you will learn how to understand your individual pigment ingredients, and their function within the pigment mix. You will learn about Solvents, Carriers, Binding agents, Surfactants and also the Coloured Pigment Particles and Powders.
This will help you to understand why pigment lines all perform differently in and on the skin, and why some are thin and runny, while others are thick and sticky.
This webinar will also cover pigment allergies and how to identify them. You will learn about what happens when pigment is implanted into the skin, how the body then deals with the pigment, and also what happens to the pigment in the long term.
It is very important for artists to understand how pigments interacts with the skin, and how to choose safe pigments.
You might not think you need this webinar, but it contains some very vital knowledge that all artists should be aware of before implanting anything into their clients skin and altering it permanently.
STANDARD DELIVERY £5
Dispatched within 2-3 working days.
NEXT DAY DELIVERY £12
Dispatched the same day when ordered before 12pm (midday).
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Calculated at checkout depending on delivery address and parcel weight. Dispatched within 2-3 working days but subject to international shipping timeframes dependent on region shipped to.
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Due to the sterile nature of the products we operate a no-returns policy for pigments or needles if they have been opened or had their packaging/seal tampered with, unless the products are in some way faulty.
If there is a problem with your products, please notify us by email or in writing within 5 days providing full details of the fault. We will only accept these returned items if they are unused and unopened.
If an exchange is necessary it will be arranged without unreasonable delay and without charge.
Replacement goods will not be dispatched until the original goods have been returned to us for assessment. The cost of returning goods to us is your responsibility, however on inspection if we deem the product to be faulty, we will credit you reasonable postage costs. If the goods are not faulty, we will return them to you, however you will be required to cover postage carriage.