PMU pigments - Coloressense - The 3 in 1 concept

If you want to give your customers a successful permanent make-up treatment, you should be very familiar with the topic of "colour". What pigments are there and how do you create the desired tones? How well do certain colours harmonize in interaction with each other and, above all, how do they ultimately affect the skin?Due to the highest possible pigment density, Coloressense PMU pigments are ideal for every type of pigmentation and are applied either pure or diluted depending on the application.

Coloressense PUR

For large-scale pigmentations and shades.

Coloressense – as a concentrate – pure – used for large-scale pigmentations, e.g. for shades and foundations.

Coloressense + EASY FLOW

For very fine and precise pigmentations.

Coloressense + EASY FLOW – Coloressense concentrate mixed with Easy Flow results in a hydrophilic colour pigment, which is suitable for exact hairline drawings and precise contours. The Coloressense concentrate is very liquid without losing its opacity.

Coloressense + SKIN TOP

For pigmentation with fast handpiece movement.

Coloressense + SKIN TOP – Mixed with Skin Top, the Coloressense concentrate produces an oily pigment – suitable for all pigmentations with fast handpiece movement (Powdery) or glossy pigmentation (Stardust Lips). Due to the high percentage of witch hazel extract, Skin Top has a haemostatic and lymphatic calming effect and thus facilitates the treatment process.

Goldeneye Coloressense PMU Pigments


• no heavy metals • no nickel • no PAH • no NDELA • sterile and tested • vegan • no animal experiments • IT based formulation • uniform pigment molecule size • continuous quality management


Colour retention and appearance of the colour

The colour result is influenced by the client’s skin type in the treated area. If the same pigment is introduced into different areas of the skin, it can appear more intense one time, and softer another. This is due to the general absorption capacity of the skin, which can vary in different areas.

The influence of temporary skin conditions on the colour result

The thicker the skin, the less visible the colour. Sometimes a light peeling helps to refresh the colour. The drier the skin scales on the skin, the milkier the result appears. Further factors affect the appearance of the pigmented colours. It is easy to imagine how paint turns out differently on coloured paper and certain types of paper. Micropigmentation colours work similarly. Melanin, carotene and the body's own circulation of the skin or lip all visually alter the pigmentation result - to be precise, the background changes. If the skin is reddened, the colour result changes – this also applies to tanned skin. Pigment spots can distort the micropigmentation result.

Mixing permanent make-up colours

Within a product series of Coloressense (PMU pigments) all colours may be mixed, but of course they do not have to be mixed. If your desired colour is a premade mix, it may be used on its own. For many, the restriction to just a few colours is too unimaginative in the long run, and at some point creative minds tend to make their own compositions. Often 15-20 colours are more than enough to achieve an incredibly wide range of intermediate shades. This saves a lot of money and storage costs. A mixed colour is always something individual, but also brings with it certain risks. It must be ensured that the same mixing ratio is used for all subsequent treatments. That's why it's important to write down which mixture you used exactly. The mix ratio should therefore be recorded and archived on the client-file card, preferably along with a colour smear.