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LIP SET COLOR GUIDE
BROW SET COLOR GUIDE
LIP COLOR NEUTRALIZER SET
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  • 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: Use straight, prior to a target color or mix it with another color.

    Mix with the 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 heals from 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 is not a good option for this client.

    OPTIONAL

    MAKE SURE TO
    ASK YOUR CLIENT

    Does their skin heal lighter or darker than their
    normal skin tone?

    Ask to see wounds or bruises your client may have experienced recently.

    If your client answers that darkness in their lips is associated with trauma, then a PMU procedure could cause their body to react with hyper- or hypopigmentation.

    In this case, you should avoid performing the procedure.

    If your client does not know how their skin heals, come to a decision together based on an inspection of their recent wounds and bruises on whether this is the right procedure to achieve the client's desired effect.

    EVENFLO LIP COLOR SHADE SPECTRUM
    PURPLE HUE, DARK VALUE
    PINK HUE, MEDIUM VALUE
    PURPLE HUE, LIGHT VALUE
    ILLUME
    ILLUME + NEUTRALIZER
    NEUTRALIZER
    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: Use straight, prior to a target color or mix it with another color. Mix with the Neutralizer and apply on bluish-purplish lip areas.

    OPTIONAL
    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 heals from 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 is not a good option for this client.

    EVENFLO LIP COLOR

    SHADE SPECTRUM

    MAKE SURE TO
    ASK YOUR CLIENT

    Does their skin heal lighter or darker than their normal skin tone?

    Ask to see wounds or bruises your client may have experienced recently.


    If your client answers that darkness in their lips is associated with trauma, then a PMU procedure could cause their body to react with hyper- or hypopigmentation.


    In this case, you should avoid performing the procedure.


    If your client does not know how their skin heals, come to a decision together based on an inspection of their recent wounds and bruises on whether this is the right procedure to achieve the client's desired effect.

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    • LIP COLOR NEUTRALIZER SET