This is an everyday common question PMU artists ask themselves before every procedure.
There are several ways to choose needles and the SKIN is always in the forefront of my choice. When I consider the skin I also include my client’s goals and will come up with a technique based on that.
Then the fun part….choosing my needles
The delicate skin and small lash line requires a small needle configuration. I used precision needles in a .253RL, .253RS available at Tina Davies.
The liner (RL) gives me a denser pattern for the uppers ( which meets my client’s goals)and the shader (RS) gives me a less dense pattern for the lowers. Using a shader needle and a softer color create a dusting of color for the lowers.
How I use the selected needles with my machine and hand speed, pressure etc. is where my artistry comes together.
To your PMU success,
PMU Artist & Needle Specialist
Inside Needle Knowledge
This chart helps you pay attention to your hand speed, machine speed, and hand movements when using liners for a liner effect and shaders for a shaded effect.
It also shows how you can use:
A great go-to chart is just the beginning!