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Inkbox Artistry

Brovi Roasted Chestnut

$44.95

Color: warm brown

Base: orange

Color temperature: warm

Retention rate: 60-80%

Application method: light, airy, and superficial. When tightly laid, turn cool

Application of dilutor: required

Reaction to laser: doesn't like laser and turns red

Reaction to remover: good without side effects.

Volume: 10ml

Ingredients: Aqua, Hamamelis, CI 21095, CI 21160, CI 77266, CI 21290, CI 11741, CI 77891, CI 21108, CI 56110

How to mix colors from Brovi and Brovi+ lines

If regular Brovi pigments are too cool and saturated for your client, you can mix them with Brovi+ in a 50/50 proportion. 

However, that rule doesn't apply to Gray Harbor and Freckle. These pigments won't change color when mixed with their Brovi+ correspondent pigments.

If Brovi+ pigments are very light for your client, you can add a corresponding color from the Brovi line and mix them together. For example, you can add 7 drops of regular Roasted Chestnut to 3 drops of Roasted Chestnut+ (you may adjust the proportions depending on the desired saturation).

You can mix the opposite colors from the Brovi+ line. For example, Gray Harbor+ & Bitter Chocolate+. When mixing these colors, you will receive a neutral brown color that will look natural when healed.

There is no sense in mixing Roasted Chestnut+ & Bitter Chocolate+ because both colors have a warm orange base. Also, you shouldn’t mix any color from Brovi+ line with Freckle+ or add the corrector, because this line is already very warm. 

Organic or inorganic?

Brovi pigments are a hybrid. This means that they consist of both organic and inorganic components. It is wrong to think that organic is good and non-organic is bad, or vice versa. Organic components are produced as a result of organic synthesis, and inorganic components are natural and mineral components that are produced as a result of their processing and enrichment. Hybrid pigments are contemporary types of pigments that most pigment companies manufacture nowadays.