SUP Warm Effect is really the red pigment. One of three base pigments in microblading color theory, it is used primarily to create other pigments, like Brown 2 and Fox. The SUP formula used to create this pigment is extremely thick and concentrate with long-lasting durability and no side effects like brows turning red over time.
PhiBrows™ Microblading Pigment SUP Warm Effect
SUP Warm Effect is really the red pigment. One of three base pigments in microblading color theory, it is used primarily to create other pigments, like Brown 2 and Fox. The SUP formula used to create this pigment is extremely thick and concentrate with long-lasting durability and no side effects like brows turning red over time. To create other shades you should definitely get this primary, and here’s why:
- .33 oz bottle
- Original SUP formula
- 100% microblading quality
- 0% heavy metals (tested)
- Treats up to 40 clients
- 100% ready for use
- Same day shipping
Warm Effect is the name of the color red. One of three base colors in microblading, red is used to create other colors. It contains high levels of red iron oxide mixed with synthetic pigments to create a stable color which doesn’t fade into the red after time. This also allows it to be easily applied to the thick skin, and have a warm color effect that is visible even after the first pass. Warm Effect also has a higher level of honey effect, which means there are no initial oil spills once you open the bottle. You will use every last drop exclusively for microblading.
When applying this pigment, consider using a diluting agent and a mixer with a ring cup. This thins out the texture of the pigment and makes it ready for use with a microblading tool. You can also use this pigment for PMU treatments, in case you are using a PMU machine.
SUP pigments were formulated in Europe by mixing organic and synthetic materials, to create a concentrated and durable pigment. The synthetic part contains yellow and black pigment, while the organic part includes purified red iron oxide micronized using a special nano-grinding process.
Although it contains iron oxide, the pigment doesn’t contain heavy metals and is 100% safe to use. It is approved in most countries, including USA, Canada, and European countries. Before it was approved, the pigment was required to pass “total opening” tests and was only then allowed to be put into circulation according to cosmetic standards. This means that each time a client asks you what kind of materials are you using, you can answer HQ, dermatologically-tested, 100% safe, PhiBrows products.
The SUP Warm Effect package has a .33 oz bottle of pigment. It stands at just $85, which is enough pigment to treat 40 clients, at least. Taking this into account, you will only spend around $2 of pigment per client. That’s a serious bargain. It warms your heart, doesn’t it? Click the button that has “BUY” written all over it, and check out the math.