Some SMP companies use tattoo inks or permanent makeup pigments that are made up of constituent colors, like purple, blue, or green. These pigment mixtures may look black initially, but can break down and change color due sun exposure or a person’s unique body chemistry. These types of pigment mixtures can begin to look blue, green, or purple within a matter of months. At Queen of SMP, however, Zoe never uses pigments that contain constituent colors, so her SMP work will never turn blue, green, or purple. Zoe only uses pure pigments that don’t contain color additives, ensuring your results stay color true.