The concept of using complementary colors to cancel out unwanted tones is widely used in makeup artistry, and it is especially important in permanent makeup to achieve the desired final color. It's important for permanent makeup artists to have a good understanding of color theory and how different pigments interact with the skin to create natural and aesthetically pleasing results. Our friends at Lip Blush Authority offer an online color theory class here
Whether for cosmetic or paramedical tattooing application, the color from a permanent color corrector can last 1-5 years, depending on the individual's skin type, lifestyle, and aftercare. Over time, the color may fade or change slightly, and touch-up appointments may be necessary to maintain the desired color correction.