A beautiful golden yellow. Can be added to eyebrow colors to lighten or to increase the golden tones. Due to the added titanium, it is not recommended that this color be used on its own to correct or neutralize purple/violet brows. Use Yellow Gold as an additive only.
Note of Caution: This yellow contains more white than 24 Carat Mod; use sparingly.
Yellow Olive Mod
Temp : Cool
Light to Dark Value 2
Base : Cool Yellow Inorganic & Organic
An ochre yellow color with green undertones. A corrector that is used to correct (neutralize) salmon or mauve eyebrows. Corrects (neutralizes) red, purple, purple-mauves and salmon-mauve eyebrows. The yellow within this color formulation targets and neutralizes the purple and the green within this color formulation targets and neutralizes the red/orange. Perfect for those brows where you cannot decide if it is red or purple.
24 Carat Mod
Temp : Warm
Light to Dark Value: 2
Base : Warm Yellow Inorganic & Organic
A warm vibrant yellow. This color has a warm yellow (orange appearing) base. Do not use alone. Use to warm up blonde and light-to-medium brown eyebrow colors. Can add a small amount to eyebrow formulations to add warmth, golden tones and to avoid a “too cool” healed result. Also used to correct (neutralize) faded lighter gray eyebrows. Since this color is a mild yellow with a medium opacity, it normally will not correct stubborn, dark gray or darker blue eyebrows. See Grey Vanish or Un-Gray to correct stubborn dark gray or blue eyebrows
Temp : Extremely Warm
Light to Dark Value: 3
Base : Warm Yellow & Orange Inorganic
A warm ochre yellow color with orange undertones. A warm color formulated specifically for the correction of light-to-medium gray and blue eyebrows on Fitzpatrick I-III skin types. Use Gray Vanish on light-to-medium gray or blue eyebrows to achieve a soft brown. A lighter golden version of Un-Gray. May also be used to add warmth to lighten light-to-medium eyebrow colors. May also be used as a precautionary measure to prevent the same range of eyebrow pigments healing “too cool” on Fitzpatrick I-III skin types.
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.
Brow Mod (must have)
Temp : Cool
Light to Dark Scale: 3
Base : Green with small amount of Cool Yellow Inorganic
A light ash-brown color. As a modifier use to correct (neutralize) red, orange or pink eyebrows on Fitzpatrick I-III skin types. Use as an eyebrow color to obtain a light taupe, blonde or light ash-brown eyebrow on cool skin undertones for Fitzpatrick II-III skin types. On warm undertones (peaches and cream), use as an eyebrow color to obtain a light brown. May blend Brow Mod and Olive Mod together as needed.
Use to correct any pigment which has an orange or red base to avoid orange or red results. Use as an additive in mixtures to correct (neutralize) eyebrow, eyeliner and areola procedures that have shifted to a reddish-pink.