Face Inks Corrective Pigment
All pigment shades come in a 0.5 oz bottle unless otherwise noted. See color swatch to determine if color is for brows or lips. Available for shipment throughout the US only.
Goldfinch, 110: This shade can be used as a warming or correcter color - Cool Strong Green-yellow base. Choose a brow shade and add 1 to 3 drops of Goldfinch to correct and counter salmon or mauve residuals.
Sunflower, 182: Lightens and warms most FI brow shades. Sunflower is a great corrector color! Can be used to lighten and warm dark hair strokes made by
machine or microblade.
Purple Neutralizer, 181: Now in one bottle you can correct purple residuals in eyebrows. This pigment can be used straight or added to a color (such as Milk Chocolate) to both correct and prevent the return of purple or mauve brows.
Banana Creme, 140: Neutral Mid-range dark blonde shade. Lighten or warm with Butternut. For Taupe effect, use straight. Fitzpatrick 1-3 If color heals too warm, use less Butternut. If color heals too cool, add more Butternut
Butternut, 115: Warm - 1 to 4 drops can be used to either lighten or warm light to medium brow shades and prevent ash. To correct light gray eyebrows choose a shade and add Butternut. It is a great anti-graying formula with more gold and less orange than Butterscotch.
Butterscotch, 120: 1 to 4 drops can be used to lighten or warm medium to darker brow shades. It is my insurance drop in most of my brow shades. Butterscotch is more orange than Butternut.
Henna, 640: Warm Light, bright auburn shade. Add to brown shades to create auburn tones. Great correction color for gray or blue. Only use straight over darker gray or blue eyebrows for correction. If color heals too warm, use less Henna. If color heals too cool, use more Henna. Fitzpatrick 1-6.
Blue/Black Corrector, 172: Lightens and corrects jet black eyebrows and eyeliners that have turned blue to brown. It can also be mixed with Butterscotch for a lighter shade of correction. Blue Black Corrector can be added to darker eyebrow shades to warm and lighten them.
Pumpkin, 125: Warm Pumpkin is a great orange shade to add for insurance against ash or bluing. It is also a great corrective color for blue in lips or black eyebrows.
New Pumpkin, 510: This a very bright pumpkin orange shade. Add as needed to lip shades to keep lip colors true and prevent them from healing too cool or blue. the bluer the natural lip color, the more New Pumpkin you will need to add