A very frequently asked question. For the perfect eyebrow treatment, there are a few points to consider when choosing needle modules or pigments.
Depending on the technique learned from your training sessions or personal preferences, there are a wide variety of options here. If you are unsure which modules or pigments are suitable for which application, please contact us. We will be happy to clarify your questions.
Which modules are best for eyebrows?
Which modules you ultimately choose for treatment depends entirely on what eyebrow styles you offer in your program. Some artists who specialize in powder brows will not carry quite as wide an assortment of needles as someone who also offers other styles.
For fine hair strokes, the Round Liner configurations are very popular. There are a wide variety of styles here - 1 Round Liner - 3 Round Liners - 5 Round Liners. The needle diameter also plays a crucial role. The larger the needle diameter, the thicker the line.
For ombré brows, most people use 3 or 5 round liners. But that is entirely up to you.
For beginners we would like to recommend the sample pack from the manufacturer "Vertix". There are different modules/sizes and thicknesses for testing.
What should be considered with PMU modules?
- Here you find the most important features to pay attention to:
- Safety membrane
- Sterile blister packaging
- Transparent tip
- Compatibility with the most common machines
- Stainless steel needle
Needle modules from reputable brands include medium to long taper. Taper refers to the length of the tip. In the case, the Long Taper is less dramatic for the skin being treated and is most effective at delivering the pigments into the skin. However, if you prefer a treatment in 1-2 passes, you can opt for a shorter tapered needle here.
Which modules are most popular with PMU artists?
The Venuelle PMU needle modules are very popular. With a wide range of needle sizes - 0.18 - 0.20 - 0.25 - 0.30 - 0.35mm, there's sure to be something for everyone here. The Kwadron PMU Optima are also very popular and always in demand thanks to the special stabilization system. They are extremely robust and suitable for any skin type.
Which pigments are best for eyebrows?
The choice of pigment depends entirely on the customer: Hair color, customer preferences, undertones. As you gain experience over time, you will develop a feeling for which pigment suits which application.
The following factors should be considered when choosing pigments:
- Modification & Pigment Colors
- Organic / Inorganic
- Fully tested and approved
Some pigments are built on an organic or hybrid formula for maximum color release. Due to the intensity of light organic browns or wine tones, we recommend these only to experienced PMU technicians.
Artists often tend to work slightly lighter with organic colors to avoid oversaturation. If the pigment used contains titanium dioxide, we recommend this only for very experienced artists.
If you have any questions about pigments or modules for the specific application area, please do not hesitate to contact us. We will be happy to help you with your selection!