Same great color in the Velvet formulation SEE SANDALWOOD AQUA FOR FULL COLOR DESCRIPTION
This is a glycerin base formulation. Velvet is slightly more concentrated than Aqua. It also has a cream base; creamier than the Aqua because of the carrier and manufacturing processes. This formulation works very well with all different types of machines. However, it does work best with the hand method due to it being a thicker consistency. Velvet is a popular choice for those performing the Micro-blading technique do to the fact it stays wet longer due to the glycerin base. Beginners tend to work slow at first and therefor may also prefer the Velvet formulation due to it will stay wet longer. Some techs find it too thick for machine use especially if a single needle is being used. Aqua is NOT a quick dry formula but Velvet will stay wet longer due to the added glycerin. Velvet works well on all skin types. Due to the added glycerin in Velvet and the fact Li uses an expensive high grade, Kosher, Vegan glycerin…Velvet is more expensive than Aqua.
Li pigment colors are formulated from the FDA, FD&C, and D&C colorant listings. These safe, concentrated formulas provide consistent and superior coverage that a technician can depend on. They are highly concentrated so the color retention is superb, they are easy to use and they remain true to color so they age beautifully. Li Pigments is the pigment line the artist can depend on and that is why top artists from all over the world choose Li.
Although we did our best with the swatch colors, they are not a true depiction of the color stated.
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