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Temp : More Neutral 0

Light to Dark Value: 3

Base : More Neutral Yellow/Green Inorganic

Suggested Use : A beautiful well balanced universal brow color for most Fitzpatrick III-V skin when a medium brown brow is desired. May add Auburn as needed for dark auburn brows. Add to Breve or Autum Gold to darken. Lighten with Lighten Up or Sahara or Breve. Can mix with Taupe. I also use Hazelnut for alot of my Areola work. Many uses for this beautiful color. This is one of my favorites and I use it alot!

Fitzpatrick Classification Scale

Fitzpatrick I
Skin Color | White; very fair; red or blond hair; blue eyes; freckles
Characteristics | Always burns, never tans

Fitzpatrick II
Skin Color | White; fair; red or blond hair; blue, hazel, or green eyes
Characteristics | Usually burns, tans with difficulty

Fitzpatrick III
Skin Color | Cream white; fair with any eye or hair color; very common
Characteristics | Sometimes mild burn, gradually tans

Fitzpatrick IV
Skin Color | Brown; typical Mediterranean caucasian skin
Characteristics | Rarely burns, tans with ease

Fitzpatrick V
Skin Color | Dark Brown; mid-eastern skin types
Characteristics | very rarely burns, tans very easily

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Li Pigments New Colors

¹Neutral signifies no substantial temperature bias. However, all color results are dependent upon skin undertones.

Cool and warm designations indicate the basic temperature bias of the pigment’s undertone.

²A temperature designation does not necessarily indicate absolute cool or warm properties; rather that the primary bias leans toward either cool or warm. There are different degrees of cool and warm. Some cool pigments may be only slightly bias to cool or warm,

Some may be very cool or warm. Each technician must work with L/I pigments and the client’s individual skin undertones to determine the appropriate temperature bias of the correct pigment selection for each client.

³Note on color descriptions: The second word describes the most influential Hue; the first word describes that color’s influence.

Example: brown-BLACK signifies the color is mainly black but has a brown influence.

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