Mar 25, 2020
Titanium dioxide is an ingredient sometimes used in PMU pigments. It is most commonly seen in lip pigments because it gives the tattoo a lighter base to sit on, making the color appear brighter. But too much titanium dioxide can leave lips looking chalky and yellow. Christen Caudillo explains how you can avoid these unwanted results simply by determining the level of titanium dioxide in your pigments.
Christen Caudillo is a highly sought after Cosmetic tattooist, Color Specialist, and Educator based in Los Angeles, CA. She is known for being a natural enhancements specialist for eyebrows, eyeliner, and lip bushing. She grew a cult following for her eyebrow shaping services as a Licensed Esthetician before becoming a Microblading Artist in 2016. She quickly established herself as someone to watch for her intuitive understanding of Color Theory, Microblading Techniques, and Machine Techniques. She was handpicked to join a Color Theory Webinar for a well known ink company, and is a presenter for her Lip Blushing technique. She is an artist who thinks like a engineer, always challenging her abilities, and coming up with new ways to approach an idea. She loves educating advanced artists and being a member of this flourishing community.