Rustic Red 6ml
Temperature: Cool Base: Pure Rustic Red; Organic (5058)
Bright rustic red lip color. NOTE: This color is Titanium Free.
TIP: Recommended to be used as a lip liner or mixer/additive. Can also be used as a fill-in for bright red lip shades. Very intense lip color. Note of Caution: Titanium free lip colors were developed to meet the needs of well trained experienced professionals. These are powerful colors and not intended for general use alone upon virgin skin. Novice artists should seek formula advice and specialized training in advanced lip procedures and pigment blending before using darker lip colors.
Forever Lips are a series of lip pigments produced from organics which are brighter, vibrant, vivid, longer lasting and made as a highly concentrated formulation. Experienced artists are reporting that due to the high concentration and bright colorants, very little touch up work is required. The Forever Lip pigments are an exclusive Li Pigments product. These specific lip pigments are allowed in the EU as safe for tattooing. All colorants used in the Forever Lip series are tested and passed the EU Resolution ResAP (2008)1. providing a high level of safety. The EU specifications require continuous testing and re-certification every 18 months of which Li Pigments abides. Forever Lips have passed all the EU Resolution's stringent testing; meeting the guidelines within the EU.
Forever Lip Pigments can be mixed with Li Pigments Aqua & Velvet Lip Colors.
*FOREVER LIPS ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE BUY 10 GET 1 FREE PROMOTION.
The Forever Color Series consist of the following:
- Highly concentrated
- Maximum color intensity in every drop
- Long-lasting; minimal touch-up required
- Cream consistency
- Unique formulation for easier skin penetration
- Organic base pigments; pre-mixed Titanium Base & Titanium-Free colors
- No evaporation or splatter
- Unique, controlled dropper tip to dispense even drops of pigment every time
- Widely used in medical and cosmetic industry
- Made in the USA
- Meets all EU Resolution ResAP (2008)1 Stringent guidelines