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Eyeliner case I did yesterday
with Blooper to help the client (flight attendant) get rid of
She's 49 year old caucasian who developed a blue eyeliner effect.
Topical anesthetics: DOTC Blue
and TAG #45.
Needles: #5 round liner and #28
Softap grouping. Blooper neutral
pigment was added to Softap "Milk Chocolate" to
help the client get rid of the "blues".
The tattoo blues are another interesting
topic. Natural black iron oxide tends to want to oxidize to
the typical "rust" red.
Great efforts are made to modify the black iron oxides so that
they have a "blue" undertone. So the pigment suppliers in our
industry buy the "Jet Black" thinking they're getting a true
black but in fact it has blue undertones. The result? Tattoo
Dr. Linda Dixon