You know you've got the Tattoo Blues, if, a) Your client comes in with Blue Gray eyebrows that were done 10-20 years ago, or b) if you have a client with old eyeliner that looks the same as an old tattoo. B2B stands for Blue to Brown or Blue to Black.
We all know Tattoo Ink heals blue over time. That's okay if you're a sailor. But it's not okay if it's your eyebrows or eyeliner. You'll agree it's difficult to warm up a "Tattoo Ink" blue brow for long. It just keeps coming back, no matter how hard you try. First of all, a pure black has blue undertones and this includes most black whether they are a carbon black or an inorganic black. Ask any artist and they'll agree. And when they made lead paint illegal, artists lost their blacks that stayed black. Tattoo Inks (carbon black) last a lifetime. You can see one just by the blue and gray color. It's common to see women with the blues.
We've made B2B Tattoo Blue Modifiers for both brows and eyeliner. It takes two visits. Use the DARK B2B for Eyeliner (Item 839) and the MEDIUM for Brow (Item 844). The LIGHT B2B is for rubbing into the brows only to make them a bit lighter over broken skin.
Tip: Add a drop or two of B2B Dark to your eyeliner black. Also, use B2B Medium alone for a rich, medium "nutty" brown.