Face Inks Neutral/Earthy Lip Shades
All pigment shades come in a 0.5 oz bottle unless otherwise noted.
Burnt Rose, 500: A deep reddish brown. Can be used on both warm and cool complexions. A great liner for olive skin tones and blends beautifully with the natural lip color. Can be softened with Naked or deepenedwith Brown Sugar. Fitzpatrick 2-4, BBI 1-4.
Brown Sugar, 503: This lip color is a rich brown shade with a warm base that can be used on both warm and cool complexions. You can also add Brown Sugar to lip shades in the Neutral, Tropical series as well as Rose, Reds and Corals to deepen these shades creating an earthy look. (Replaces Portabella). Fitzpatrick 2-4, BB1 2-4
Plumberry, 506: Plumberry is a gorgeous deep red that can be used on both warm and cool complexions. You can soften Plumberry by adding Naked. It can be deepened with Java Mauve, Burnt Rose or Brown Sugar. It can also be used to intensify Rosa Red or Red Stiletto
Java Mauve, 507:
This is a mid-range brownish plum. This a true mauve shade. Great for the client that wants a deeper lip line but still neutral. Can be glossed with warm or cool tints. Can be used to deepen Naked or Plumberry. Deeper than Plumberry, lighter than Burnt Rose. (replaces Mocha Mauve). Fitzpatrick 2-4, BBI 1-4
Naked, 509: Naked is one of our most popular lip shades. This is a great earthy, neutral nude lip shade. A perfect color for a soft, natural look. Can be used on both warm and cool complexions. Deepen with any other earthy shade. Brighten any other lip shade with a few drops of Naked, and can also be used to soften any of the other shades. Naked is the lightest of the Neutral Series. (replaces Rose). Fitzpatrick 1-3, BBI 1-3
Nearly Nude, 200: Neutral lip shade that can be used straight or mixed with other shades to create a more earthy tone. If lips are a level 3 on the BBI scale, add Pumpkin. Great for Fitzpatrick 1-3. If color heals too warm, use less Pumpkin or eliminate it.