How To Fix Oxidized Blue & Red Eyebrows

[Secret] How to Fix Oxidized Blue & Red Eyebrows

How to "turn" the customer's already green and red eyebrows into shimmering with natural brown eyebrow tone. Today Miss Tram shares with students and colleagues her own handling experience.

1. You are red

Reason:

  • Because the ink color is not good.
  • Too much browning.
  • Spray too lightly.

How to fix:

  • If you have a lot of red and dark, use special red ink (with a slightly mossy base). If you have a little redness, use HS-3 to treat (which is a neutral color to return the skin to its original color).
  • Go for a dark brown border for sharpness first.
  • Use HS-3 color or deep red treatment color and then proceed to spray a new color: black brown.

2. You are green

Reason

  • Ink color is not good.
  • Too much black.
  • It takes too long (the ink is sunk under the skin, so it feels blue).

How to fix:

  • If you are very green and dark, use ink that specializes in green treatment (with a lot of brown roots). If you have a little blue, use HS-3 to treat (which is a neutral color to return the skin to its original color).
  • Go for a dark brown border for sharpness first.
  • Use HS-3 color or dark green treatment color then proceed to spray natural brown color until beautiful eyebrows.

There are 5 very important notes that cannot be ignored in the process, Miss Tram's students share and repeat the lesson.

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