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- Mica shimmering powder pigment: mica powder is a superb resin dye colorant and will give a shimmering and pearlescent look to your handmade products
- Mica powder for lip gloss: mica pigment powder is a natural and organic product of vivid colors, working great as a pigment powder for a variety of makeup, lipstick, cosmetics, eye shadows
- 24 colors mica powder set: shimmering mica powder, a finely grinded stone with added pigments for color, is an excellent choice for soap making, with the exception of cold process soap
- Pigment for epoxy coloring: this epoxy resin pigment set is perfectly suitable as a resin tint and coloring to create your own jewelry of stunning colors with shimmering effect
- Mica coloring pigments set: there are 24 bags of mica powder 0.1 oz each and an enclosed reference guide where you will find instructions on various products
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Mica powder is widely used in a great number of crafts. It creates the effect of depth, metallic shimmer, and pearlescent beauty. These fine particles are as easy to use as any other pigment. They do not migrate, but keep sharp contours for a long time, thus they are perfectly suitable for handmade cosmetics, soap, epoxy resin jewelry, etc. They keep their brightness for a long time and do not fade. Mica powder gives wonderful results when added to paint, glue, epoxy, alcohol, and other types of varnishes to enhance a finish. It is very easy to use and versatile in application. It's a must-have craft supply you want to add to achieve a wow effect with your home décor and craft projects.
We offer this amazing product in a number of variations: 24 color pack (in bags or in jars) 36 color pack, 50 color pack, and 100 color pack.
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MICA POWDER VERSATILE APPLICATION
Mica pearlescent pigments can be used as a soap colorant both for clear soap bases, delivering the vividness of shimmering colors. A little amount of mica powder goes a long way. However, mica powder may not be suitable for cold process soap making, as some colors are likely to morph.
MAKEUP & NAIL ART
Being a product of natural origin, mica powder is used to create amazingly bright and vivid makeup: lip gloss, eye shadows, rouge, etc. Mica is also very popular and loved by nail artists. You can't imagine how many beautiful nail designs you will be able to do.
Creating your own bath bombs with mica powder can be extremely fun. You can mix and match the colors to get the exact one you're looking for, or even create an absolutely new color! Just don't expect your bath bombs to be bright and vivid. Mica will always look pastel in bathbombs.
EPOXY RESIN DECOR
You can make absolutely anything with epoxy resin. Coasters, tumblers, figurines, furniture and wall decorations. And the combination of epoxy and mica will work miracles. Have you ever seen ocean-themed trays or tables? They can be real masterpieces.
Mica powder is a great option when it comes to candle making, just make sure you do not add too much of it, as it may clog a wick and prevent your candle from burning. We recommend using mica shimmering particles to granulated wax to make beautiful jar candles or candle surface decoration.
EPOXY RESIN JEWELRY
The beautiful mica powder with metallic shimmering will produce stunning effects in handmade epoxy resin jewelry. This combination can create something that is truly mesmerizing.
Discover the world of natural mica powder in a great variety of stunning colors! It will never fail you in your creative arts and crafts.
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By ♤ Pain ₩arrior ♤ on January 14, 2018
Cold process: I've used these twice in cold process soap: the first one (at its 4-week checkup) held up very well. The second (at it's 1-week checkup) seems to be maturing fairly well.
Melt and pour: it produces decent pastels when mixed with a white melt and pour base. The clear melt and pour projects I've done have all used the mica as an accent (rose-quartz chips in matrix, 'painted' onto bon-bon shaped embeds, etc.) and has produced lovely effects. The mica mostly stays, but a little will come off, which touched the rest of the clear with color and sparkle. I found it quite agreeable.
I haven't used these in bath bombs, but the box does come with a little bottle of Polysorbate 80, and instructions on how to use it.
-Bright assortment of fantastic colors!
-Cheap enough not to feel like you can experiment without feeling the need to hoard your precious colors!
-Hold up reasonably well in cold process soap
-Do really well in melt and pour
-A little bit goes a long way!
-I was a little disappointed not to receive anything approaching a decent red. I'm still not sure how to feel about the 'oranges' I got. The Vineous is muted, the Light Papaya doens't really pop (not as far as I've used it). I class them as 'orange' but I'd really have liked an orange that was recognizable as a bold orange.
-I've heard other soap makers talk about getting pearly looks with micas, but I have yet to get anything I'd call 'pearly' with these. Then again, I'm still exploring their usage.
-Knowing how much mica I need has been something of a struggle, since I don't have a scale sensitive enough to measure to 0.0x. That said, once I adopted someone else's "1/2 tsp. per pound of soap" things got easier. It's a good ballpark figure to start with.
Anyway, these cons are really minor things, and a little quality time with Google cleared at least one of them up. I highly recommend this for soap makers who are still at that stage of deciding if soaping is right for them (or those who think it is and simply want to experiment without breaking the bank or going through soap-making suppliers).
By A. Bevan on January 20, 2018
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