Caribbean Mod 7ml (Aqua)
Temp : Extremely Warm
Light to Dark Value: 4+
Base : Red and Warm Orange Organic & Inorganic
Suggested Use: Neutralizes and corrects dark grey, green and blue eyebrows. May also use Caribbean Mod to add some warmth to your darker, deeper colors when working on darker skin types, especially if you need to keep the intensity of the color. Carribbean Mod will add warmth but will not lighten the intensity of a colors as much as Grey Vanish or Un-Grey. DO NOT use Caribbean Mod to warm up blonde, light or medium colors (use Grey Vanish or 24 Carat instead). DO NOT use Caribbean Mod when working on Ruddy skin tones or clients with a purple undertone. Also corrects blue or blue/gray eyeliner. Teryns Tip: Remember...you only want to add the amount of extra warmth the skin needs, no more. If you add too much warmth...more warmth than the skin needs...then the coolness in the skin will not absorb or eat up all the warmth you just added and there will be left over warmth either in the immediately healed or as it ages. There will be many skin types that need NO extra warmth...their skin does not require it. If you need help to determine levels of coolness, skin undertones, using warm modifiers, choosing the correct pigment or anything color theory we highly recommend taking Teryns 9 hour color theory recorded class. Please contact us for more information.
Fitzpatrick Classification Scale
Fitzpatrick I Skin Color | White; very fair; red or blond hair; blue eyes; freckles Characteristics | Always burns, never tans Fitzpatrick II Skin Color | White; fair; red or blond hair; blue, hazel, or green eyes Characteristics | Usually burns, tans with difficulty Fitzpatrick III Skin Color | Cream white; fair with any eye or hair color; very common Characteristics | Sometimes mild burn, gradually tans Fitzpatrick IV Skin Color | Brown; typical Mediterranean caucasian skin Characteristics | Rarely burns, tans with ease Fitzpatrick V Skin Color | Dark Brown; mid-eastern skin types Characteristics | very rarely burns, tans very easily
¹Neutral signifies no substantial temperature bias. However, all color results are dependent upon skin undertones. Cool and warm designations indicate the basic temperature bias of the pigment’s undertone. ²A temperature designation does not necessarily indicate absolute cool or warm properties; rather that the primary bias leans toward either cool or warm. There are different degrees of cool and warm. Some cool pigments may be only slightly bias to cool or warm, Some may be very cool or warm. Each technician must work with L/I pigments and the client’s individual skin undertones to determine the appropriate temperature bias of the correct pigment selection for each client. ³Note on color descriptions: The second word describes the most influential Hue; the first word describes that color’s influence. Example: brown-BLACK signifies the color is mainly black but has a brown influence.
Li modifiers and corrector pigment colors are formulated from the FDA, FD&C, and the D&C colorant listings. These safe, concentrated formulas provide consistent and superior coverage that a technician can depend on. They are easy to learn, easy to use and they do exactly what they were formulated to do every time....correct and neutralize unwanted colors. These correctors and modifiers perform like no other and are a must have for every working technician. Modifiers are also for adding to your pigment choice when working on certain skin types and undertones.
Although we did our very best with our swatch colors, they are not a true depiction of the color stated.
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