Microblading color can be divided into 2 broad categories depending on how it’s produced: iron oxides or synthetic pigments. Both of these types of pigment contain the 3 basic colors red, black and yellow. The difference is that with the various types, different shades fade faster. With the iron oxides, the black tone fades faster, while with the synthetic pigments, the red tone tends to be the one to fade. However, both types have different but major advantages.
The basic idea behind the PhiBrows microblading color was to create an eyebrow pigment that combines iron oxides and synthetic pigments to take advantage of both types. This is how the high-quality microblading inks SUP, SUPE, and SUPER were created.