What are Pigment drops? We these are similar to pigment pearls but in a more liquid form. They are very well known in the make up industry where it can make a more artistic or dramatic colour of makeup to relay make an impression. They are incredibly versatile and not toxic. DIY Makeup enthusiasts adore pigment drops for their versatility, affordability and their quality. The main forms of makeup mixed with pigment that gets the best result are: 

  • Translucent
  • Opaque
  • Matte
  • High Luster
  • Oil Absorbing

This is an incredibly versatile product that has a wide range of uses beyond the make up- industry, but it is used incredibly in the makeup world. You have no doubt seen incredible makeup effects that use a wide variety of intense colour that seems impossible to replicate. Well, Pigment drops are how you are able to replicate that effect.  It is incredibly popular within the fashion industry. This is where you see those models with such artistic makeup you can’t help but thin; How did they manage that? Well, Pigment drops are how they managed it. Ti is something that has long been considered a makeup artists secret., No many people are even aware that pigment drops exist, let alone that they can have such a varied range of uses. 

Pigment drops are the secret weapon of the makeup industry and how well they are used can help a makeup artist make a name for themselves within their industry. Every budding makeup artists, especially those that specialise in special effects need to consider experimenting with pigment drops in order to get a full understanding of how to use them and the impact that they can have. This is an incredible tool when it comes to costume makeup as well as special effects. This is something you must try.

Perfect Pearls and Pigments are experts when it comes to the use of Pigment Drops. We have a team of experts that would be more than happy to assist you in determining you pigment drops needs and how to use them. To find out more on how we can help you, email us at info@perfectpearlsandpigments.co.uk, or give us a call on (+44) 0120 689 0176.