As a Microblading artist, you have probably seen Lushcolor pigments. They are a Chinese brand of pigment and because they are inexpensive, it seems great for a new PMU artist.
However, do you know how to use Lushcolor pigments? There probably aren’t many guides or resources available for you.
What Is The Best Pigment?
Chinese made products can be useful for practicing if you don’t want to spend a lot of money. But when you’re ready to use premium quality Microblading pigments made in the USA, then Minx Mogul is your best option.
Trying Minx Mogul Pigments
If you use Lushcolor pigments, then you might be used to their color palette with 8 variations of “Brown.” It can be difficult to switch to new products that you have never used before.
Color Equivalency Chart
The column on the left is the Lushcolor Microblading pigment palette. The column on the right is the closest equivalent of Minx Mogul Microblading Color Creme Pigments.
The equivalent chart is not perfect because our colors are not the same as theirs, but the listing is as close as possible. This chart is for reference only. Test the mixtures before using on a client or live model.
As always, if you need help figuring out our easy to use Pigment Palette, feel free to contact us!
|Taupe||1/2 Truly Taupe + 1/2 Coffee|
|Light Ash Brown||3/4 Coffee + 1/4 Truly Taupe|
|Green Brown||Dark Chocolate|
|Dark Ash Brown||3/4 Dark Chocolate + 1/4 Coffee|
|Black Brown||1/2 Dark Chocolate + 1/2 Espresso|
|Brown||1/2 Sienna Brown + 1/2 Dark Chocolate|
|Dark Brown||Dark Chocolate|
|Gray||3/4 Coffee + 1/4 Chocolate|
|Light Brown||3/4 Coffee + 1/4 Truly Taupe|