What makes our pigment better than our competition?
Our pigment is developed by a chemist with many years of experience working alongside a tattoo artist, permanent cosmetic technician and a plastic surgeon resulting in a superior and ever improving product. Our high color quality, light-fastness and durability result in less need of touch-ups and therefore less trauma on the skin.
What is the difference between tattoo ink and our pigments?
Our pigment is based on high quality ink which was then adapted for cosmetic application. Ph levels were also taken closely in consideration. Though U.S. doesn’t enforce rules on these products our pigment follows strict EU guidelines.
What is our pigment base?
Our pigments are water based.
Is it dye or pigment?
It is a pigment. Dye, generally vegetable based, loses strength with water and pigment has better and more consistent longevity than dye.
Is it organic or non-organic?
Our pigments are organic based and synthetically modified.
Is it vegan?
Yes. Our pigment doesn’t contain any animal products nor has it been tested on animals. It contains no eggs, dairy, no animal derived ingredients like lanolin, collagen, carmine, gelatin, honey, albumen, bee wax etc.
Does it contain alcohol?
Our pigments do not contain alcohol.
Does it contain preservatives?
It contains biocidal agents following the EU regulations.
Is it sterile?
The manufacturing process is sterile.
Will the color turn?
It is best to expect minimal color change or graying. Type your paragraph here.
PIGMENT IS FOR PROFESSIONAL USE ONLY. BY PURCHASING AND USING OUR PIGMENT YOU AGREE THAT YOU ARE USING IT AT YOUR OWN RISK. SKIN ALLERGIES MAY OCCUR. SPOT TESTING IS RECOMMENDED PRIOR TO FULL APPLICATION. STORE IN A COOL, DRY PLACE AND OUT OF DIRECT SUNLIGHT. DO NOT USE ON WOMEN WHO MAY BE PREGNANT. NOT FOR CONSUMPTION.
*WARNING. DO NOT USE EVER AFTER PIGMENTS UNTIL YOU HAVE READ, UNDERSTOOD AND AGREED TO OUR TERMS, CONDITIONS, PIGMENT DISCLAIMER AND PRODUCT INFORMATION.
Our pigment are developed by a skilled team of professionals including permanent make up technicians, leading tattoo artists, a plastic surgeon and a chemist, creating a time tested and proven formula.
While it is not required by law, Ever After Pigments strongly recommends that spot testing is conducted prior to full application of any of its pigments. Spot Testing along with obtaining a full medical history of your clients allergies may help to determine if they will have hypersensitivity, allergies or an adverse reaction to the pigment. However, because of the anatomy and physiology of human tissue it is impossible to be 100% sure that an allergic or adverse reaction will not occur. Allergies can develop instantly or over a long period of time. It is also suggested that you check with your liability insurance for further suggestions on Spot Testing and fully disclose the risk to your clients.
Spot Testing should be conducted in areas similar to where the procedure will take place.
1) Clean the testing area with a quality hypoallergenic antiseptic and allow to dry.
2) Apply a small amount of pigment to the testing area.
3) Clean the area again and properly bandage when dry.
4) Instruct the client on what to look for shall hypersensitive, allergy or adverse reaction occur.
5) Within 24 hours if no inflammation or irritation is apparent it may be assumed that there is no hypersensitivity to the pigment. It is also suggested that if the medical history calls for it you check the area again after 7 days and up to as many as 60 days later. The epidermis can take 24 to 60 days to cycle cells completely and heal.