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Epoxy Resin Dye - 24 Mica Powder for Epoxy Set - Epoxy Resin Color Pigment – Soap Dye - Cosmetic Pigment Powder - Slime Pigment -Pigment Colors for Resin

Epoxy Resin Dye - 24 Mica Powder for Epoxy Set - Epoxy Resin Color Pigment – Soap Dye - Cosmetic Pigment Powder - Slime Pigment -Pigment Colors for Resin Epoxy Resin Dye - 24 Mica Powder for Epoxy Set - Epoxy Resin Color Pigment – Soap Dye - Cosmetic Pigment Powder - Slime Pigment -Pigment Colors for Resin Epoxy Resin Dye - 24 Mica Powder for Epoxy Set - Epoxy Resin Color Pigment – Soap Dye - Cosmetic Pigment Powder - Slime Pigment -Pigment Colors for Resin Epoxy Resin Dye - 24 Mica Powder for Epoxy Set - Epoxy Resin Color Pigment – Soap Dye - Cosmetic Pigment Powder - Slime Pigment -Pigment Colors for Resin Epoxy Resin Dye - 24 Mica Powder for Epoxy Set - Epoxy Resin Color Pigment – Soap Dye - Cosmetic Pigment Powder - Slime Pigment -Pigment Colors for Resin

Epoxy Resin Dye - 24 Mica Powder for Epoxy Set - Epoxy Resin Color Pigment – Soap Dye - Cosmetic Pigment Powder - Slime Pigment -Pigment Colors for Resin

$ 13.99

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Based on 14,052 ratings
Easy to use
9.48
Sheerness
9.30
Value for money
9.11

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Product Description

Powder pigment with a mica shimmer A mica powder is a brilliant dye colorant for resins, which will give your handmade products a shimmering and pearlescent look
powder you will need it for lip gloss. Mica pigment powder is a natural and organic product that makes a vibrant pigment powder that can be used in a variety of cosmetic products and makeup, such as lipstick, eyeshadow, and cosmetic products
There are 24 different colors in this set of mica powder With the exception of cold process soap, mica powder is an excellent option for soap making since it is well ground and colored with pigments for color.
An epoxy coloring pigment consists of the following This epoxy resin pigment set makes it easy to create your own jewelry with dazzling colors with shimmering effects by tinting the resin into the desired colors
The Mica coloring pigments set consists of We have 24 bags of mica powder 0 in total. You will find instructions on various products in the enclosed reference guide as well as 1 oz of each product

Questions & Answers

Will these work in cold processed soaps?

As a CP soap, HP soap, liquid soap, melt & pour, bath bombs/bubble bath, and candle maker, I have used this material. When I disperse in CP or HP, I notice a loss of color saturation, because I disperse in almond oil or vitamin E oil. When I am pouring or molding, I usually whisk these in just before. You may need to work with HP slightly to get things to work out, but the effort is A batch of liquid soap is being bottled just before it is bottled. In the same way that liquid soap functions, Melt n Pours do as well. Probably the extreme heat will discolor and kill the desired results, so I wait until 90 or so Before adding any ranges, you need to select 100. With bombs, I use Polysorbate 80 to help keep tub rings from forming, and keep in mind that it will turn pastel due to the whiteness of the A candle is treated like a soap and added at a cooler temperature. Here is what you need to know.

What happens if this is used in bath bombs? Does the tub get stained? Do you use soap on your skin or not?

These packs of color have not stained my tub, my skin, or my towels. I have used them for many bubble bars since I bought them. The polysorbates I use are also polysorbate 80 The bubble bars contain 80 in order not to leave a ring on the tub after the mica is applied.

The colors look like they would work for lip balm. Can I use them?

If you want to make lip balm, these colors are suitable. Your help is greatly appreciated!

What is the source of the mica? How does this system come up with the "other pigments"? How does it obtain them? Your help is greatly appreciated! ?

This item is marked "Made in Ukraine.".

Selected User Reviews For Epoxy Resin Dye - 24 Mica Powder for Epoxy Set - Epoxy Resin Color Pigment – Soap Dye - Cosmetic Pigment Powder - Slime Pigment -Pigment Colors for Resin

The whole world is covered in mica powder
3/5

Mica powders with a shimmering sheen are an amazing addition to this collection. There is a problem with many of the bags leaking, and every single bag has powder over the lip and outside. Although I haven't opened a single bag, just touching them lightly makes my hands sparkle like I just applied glitter eyeshadow. Despite being happy with the product, I find this presentation to be sloppy and messy. The rest of the day has been I love the powder, its fine and evenly distributed, the colors are brilliant and very pretty, and if you're like me, this many colors at once makes me feel like I'm holding a stack of bills, not a small bag of powder. All the bags have labels on them and they come with comprehensive directions that contain warnings. There was a bit of a tiff on how to rate this product. The mica powder spills everywhere, so you end up with powder all over your hands and clothes, but it's a great product. What would you rate it at?.

Aubriella John
Aubriella John
| Feb 14, 2021
We award five stars to this product
5/5

This is my favorite. The following steps are for a beginner soapmaker I would highly recommend them to anyone who would like to work with micas, they are a wonderful introduction to doing so without breaking the bank (if you're unsure whether to splurge and get the 50-ga. If you have time, you might want to pack). The numbers range from 0 to 1. There is a lot of content in 1 oz baggies compared to what One 0. 1 is the maximum based on the manufacturer's information. This product will color up to 50 sheets of paper in 1 oz There are approximately 175 ounces If your colors are incredibly intense, you may need up to 3 kilos (9 lbs) of soap, depending on how intense you desire them to be Since I don't have a scale that goes to the hundredths, it had to be a trial-and-error thing In increments of one place). Only trouble is you are liable to use a lot more mica than you do when you use it as an accent rather than a colorant. It is true that less is more with this kind of It is very likely that a couple of colors will be available that you can use freely and for experimental purposes before you decide upon your favorite colors. Processes that use a cold temperature The following have been used in cold process soap twice Checkup) has been very good. First is the second (at one The checkup every week) seems to be going During the melt and pour process If you mix it with a white melt and pour base, it produces decent pastels. As an accent to clear melt and pour projects I've done, mica has been used in all of them (rose, violet, violet. The matrix is covered with quartz chips, which are painted onto the ), has produced some Mostly the mica doesn't come off, but a little does, which gives the rest of the clear a bit more color and shimmer. In my opinion, it was quite acceptable. It does come with a little bottle of Polysorbate 80, and instructions on how to use it. I haven't tried them in bath bombs, but they come with instructions on how to use it. There are several pro's to this The following is my definition of br- Colorful assortment with a lot of variety! The following is my definition of br- It's cheap enough for you to feel free to experiment without worrying about hoarding your colorful work! The following is my definition of br- Cold process soap will usually hold up good* - Melt and pour is really good for you*br - It only takes a little bit to make a big difference! There are some cons to this The following is my definition of br- It was disappointing not to receive a red that I found even remotely respectable. Although I am still unsure how I feel about the 'oranges' you sent me, I do appreciate your kindness. I'm not sure how to describe the Vineous, but the Light Papaya doesn't stand out (at least so far). Generally speaking, I classify them as oranges, but I'd really prefer an orange that was bold and distinctive. The following is my definition of br- There are a lot of soap makers who talk about getting pearly looks with micas, but I've yet to get one I would refer to as pearly. In any case, I am still learning how to use them. The following is my definition of br- Due to my lack of a scale sensitive enough to measure to 0, I have a bit of a problem knowing how much mica I need. The number 0. After adopting someone else's "1/2 tsp. " technique, I found that it worked. As it turns out, things got easier by the pound of soap. A ballpark figure is a good place to start. Whatever the case, these cons are fairly minor, and a few minutes of quality time with Google resolved at least one of them. There are many soap makers unsure if soaping will work for them (or who may already know that it will work but just want to test their idea before breaking the bank or purchasing soap- I highly recommend this to those still unsure or how soaping works for them. The process of creating.

Gideon DICKINSON
Gideon DICKINSON
| Jun 13, 2021
In case of stains
3/5

The mixture left stains on my skin and tub after I used it to make bath bombs. As I scrubbed my tub and body in the shower with bleach, I began to notice more pigment was smeared on me. Just when I thought I had removed enough pigment, it would appear more was left behind. The mess is out of control. The quality of this product is terrible.

Abigail Foster
Abigail Foster
| Jan 16, 2021
You can use these in resin if that is what you desire
5/5

If you plan on using these in your resin projects, then these are awesome. There's no need to use much color to make it The powder you need to add if you do not want it to be translucent is a little more.

Braelyn Dean
Braelyn Dean
| Apr 21, 2021
It is a very simple to use program
5/5

It is a very simple to use program. Bags with zip tops make it convenient to close powders. It is for resin molded pendants that I use the powders. It has a lot of color and sparkle, which is great.

Kinsley Houston
Kinsley Houston
| Jul 06, 2021
Though the sizes are small, I still have a good amount left and enjoy mixing some of the colors together
5/5

A homemade soap I used for a baby shower needed to be colored. Though the sizes are small, I still have a good amount left and enjoy mixing some of the colors together.

Vincent Huff
Vincent Huff
| Mar 27, 2021
A bath bomb is not intended for use with water
3/5

A bath bomb can't be made from these. The directions say to use them as soap, but if you want to make bath bombs don't use them. There is glitter in them and you will feel like your skin is sparkling after using them. Go ahead and check it out if this is what you're looking for! I did not want it that way. No matter how many showers I take, I always look sparkling. It looks great how the colors complement each other.

Thatcher Carter
Thatcher Carter
| May 20, 2021
The colors were beautiful, but too muted for the project
5/5

I would order from them again, though. Rating 4 is impossible since there isn't any way to do it. Those colors are excellent, and they came on time. They say what they are supposed to say perfectly. A few very nice items were made by him. The only downside is even though they are different colors, example three blues, mixing them all seemed like they were all pretty much the same color, except colors, but if you're looking for pastel colors, you'll find some excellent options here. The label is nicely done.

Dylan McIntyre
Dylan McIntyre
| Mar 18, 2021

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