Recently Varama had a consultation with an International patient. The main aim was for the individual to gain confidence in the application of cover creams and achieving the right shade for their skin tone.
Trauma injury caused extensive Hypopigmentation to the lower legs. Dark areas of pigmentation on the upper calf’s. Mottled areas of pigment on the feet and ankles.
Application of dark cover creams using Varama Dual Cover Cream Brush 3 to the right leg. Ratio of 50/50. Brush cleaning throughout the application. Following a lesson, she then practised on her left leg.
Always clean your brush before mixing another colour: The Varama Brush Cleaner is essential if you need ‘pure pigment’ applications.
Before: Post-inflammatory Hypopigmentation/Hyperpigmentation on the lower legs (PIH) from trauma injury.
After: Chestnut Cover Cream combined with rich based colours for a rich skin. Varama Cover Brush 1 and Cover Brush 2 required to build up full coverage.
Ideal camouflage for richer skin.
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