Evenflo | Neutralizer / Colorizer / illume
Evenflo | Neutralizer / Colorizer / illume
Evenflo | Neutralizer / Colorizer / illume
Evenflo | Neutralizer / Colorizer / illume
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Evenflo | Neutralizer / Colorizer / illume

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Neutralizing Lip Pigment

1/2 oz bottle

Effectively balances dark or cool tones on lips across all Fitzpatrick skin types.

Lulu Siciliano and Perma Blend have developed this exclusive color set with a high pigment load for bright, alluring lips. For the most effective results, use a two-step process of neutralizing the cool-toned areas of the lips and then applying the Colorizer. However, you can also mix the colors for a one-time pass.

Neutralizer
Bright orange with a warm undertone

Suggested use: This warm orange is specifically formulated to neutralize light-to-dark bluish hues. This color can be used straight or mixed 1:1 with target color.

Lulu's favorite mix: Bare + Malina + Neutralizer or Bare + Neutralizer a drop of Colorizer. In some cases you may repeat this step every 8 weeks.

illume
Golden-yellow, opaque color with a warm undertone.

Suggested use: This rich, opaque golden-yellow shade is specifically formulated to neutralize deep purplish hues. This color can be used straight or mixed 1:1 with target color.

Lulu's tip: Can be used straight, prior to a target color or mixed with another color.

Mix with a Neutralizer and apply on bluish-purplish lip areas.

Colorizer
Bright red with a cool undertone.

Suggested use: The Colorizer can be mixed with your favorite colors to achieve pinkish, healed results.

Lulu's favorite mix: Bare Malina + Colorizer

 

Best practice: Before starting the procedure, we recommend that you ask your client how their body reacts to wounds to avoid undesired results. If your client says their skin tends to heal lighter or darker, this could be a sign of hyper- or hypopigmentation and cosmetic tattooing may not be a good fit for this client.