How to Choose Your Permanent Makeup Pigments?

How to Choose Your Permanent Makeup Pigments?

Jun 7th 2019

Most people, when thinking of getting permanent makeup, care only about the end result - how their healed tattoo will look. They care less about the risk and possible infection associated with tattooing. They rarely care about the quality of the pigments being used, whether it is “classic tattoo ink” or permanent makeup (PMU) pigments.

It is always important to question the ingredients in the pigments you use, both as a PMU artist or as a client who is getting a PMU tattoo. We always advise you buy only pigments that respect the following criteria:

Organic, Vegan and Cruelty-Free Pigments -

Try to choose products made with only natural pigments, sourced from the earth. Avoid products with synthetic pigments or weak pigments, such as food colorants.

At Quantum Cosmetic Inks, we choose to make our products without testing on animals. For people looking to cut all animal-derived items out of their life, vegan, cruelty-free products are the way to go.

European Union Standards -

European Union Standards are currently the strictest regulatory body in the world when it comes to tattoo inks and PMU pigments. Buying PMU pigments that meet EU standards is one of the most important guarantees of high-quality and reliable PMU pigments that you can buy.

Remember, it is your right to have full disclosure on all ingredients being used in your PMU or tattoo inks. You should not hesitate to ask as many questions as you need and make sure you are comfortable with the answers you receive.

We at Quantum Cosmetic Ink pride ourselves in the quality of our PMU pigments. We have always used the best quality ingredients, and we want to have full transparency with our customers, and their clients about our ingredients.

All our cosmetic inks are cruelty-free, vegan, Kosher, and meet the highest European Union standards. We believe that our clients deserve the best quality and nothing less!

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