Mostly White is a titanium dioxide base with a rich, creamy consistency that can be used to lighten areola or camouflage pigments. White should always be used sparingly and only when absolutely necessary.
• Titanium Dioxide base
• Use only when blending with Areola and Camouflage pigments
• Use with caution and only when absolutely necessary, and never on its own
• *Tip: Consider using Blending gold or Pigment Lightener to lighten or modify brown eyebrow pigments instead of Mostly White.
The Med Camouflage Series formulated by renowned Canadian artist and trainer Patricia Shibley, includes 8 pigment colours to help diminish the appearance of scar tissue or other skin flaws.
Other pigment colours in the Med Camouflage Series
- Mostly White*
About MicroPigmentation Centre (MPC) Pigments
VISCOSITY & TEXTURE
NON-DRYING, SILKY & CREAMY
Micro-Pigments are proprietary formulas that have stood the test of time and have preserved their reputation as pigments that never dry out. With creamy viscosity and nearly three decades of experience in each bottle, there is a fine balance of ingredients and formulations to ensure dependable consistency and saturation. Most pigments in the industry are too thin or contain too much alcohol, problematically drying out during the procedure, and ones that are too thick will not flow with an artist as they work. With the silky base of Micro-Pigments, artists can minimize touch-ups and retention issues, making it effortless to intermix colours and implant the pigment more efficiently into the skin.
FD&C AND D&C APPROVED
Micro-Pigment formulas have been developed from the approved list of Certified Food, Drug and Cosmetic Colorants. Powders are controlled with ISO manufacturing to produce high grade, purified, concentrated colorants for superior delivery of pigments. Micro-Pigments are individually formulated, tested, and developed by Patricia Shibley (Canada). To ensure we are consistently meeting industry standards and regulations, she oversees every step of the process which is why we keep our production close to home. Each bottle of pigment is formulated, mixed, and sealed with love here in Toronto, Canada so that you can trust exactly what goes into your clients’ skin, from powder to procedure.