Gold Mica Powder Pearl Pigment – Cosmetic Grade

(5 customer reviews)

$11.90

Well packaged in a generous 3.5 ounces /100-milliliter containers – our Mica Powder gives a vast amount of powder for a wide variety of handmade cosmetics, crafts, slime making, and more! Pigment colors usually vary depending on the volume of mica you add. If you want richer and bolder pigments, simply add more powder. We encouraged users to test and evaluate before full application to achieve your desired color.

You will surely have a wide range of exquisite handicrafts to do! Whether you’re a beginner or expert in artisan, our Mica Powder is excellent for a variety of crafts – resin, epoxy, nail, hair, automotive, soap, bath bombs, candle making, cosmetics, crafts, jewelry, body creams, lotions and much more.

Discover all the marvelous artisanal crafts you can create!

  • x3-5 TIMES THE SIZE OF OUR COMPETITORS – If you are tired of getting tiny pots of mica powder pearls for an extortionate price then you need our product. 3.5 ounces / 100 grams of mica powder at a cost effective price.
  • TRUE GOLD – An Unbelievably beautiful color. Perfect for all types of crafts, bath bombs, soap making, slime kits, kintsugi. You can do anything.
  • PURIST COSMETIC GRADE – Our gold mica powder is safe to use on skin, face, lips and eye lids. Cosmetic grade purity. Non-toxic.
  • PEARLESCENT BEAUTY– Bright and bold. Iridescent colors are transparent pigments allowing light to reflect and refract to create depth and pearlized effects.
  • A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY – High pigment strength means you don’t need to use to much in your projects. Our huge 3.5 ounce bottle will last for a long time.

Product Description

HAVE MORE! CREATE MORE!

Well packaged in a generous 3.5 ounces /100-milliliter containers – our Mica Powder gives a vast amount of powder for a wide variety of handmade cosmetics, crafts, slime making, and more! Pigment colors usually vary depending on the volume of mica you add. If you want richer and bolder pigments, simply add more powder. We encouraged users to test and evaluate before full application to achieve your desired color.

You will surely have a wide range of exquisite handicrafts to do! Whether you’re a beginner or expert in artisan, our Mica Powder is excellent for a variety of crafts – resin, epoxy, nail, hair, automotive, soap, bath bombs, candle making, cosmetics, crafts, jewelry, body creams, lotions and much more.

Discover all the marvelous artisanal crafts you can create!

5 reviews for Gold Mica Powder Pearl Pigment – Cosmetic Grade

  1. Rose

    Grandma’s Fun Day
    Once I had figured out how to mix these mica pigments it was fun. I made some pretty awesome paste to use for coloring hair, but it ended up on my grandkids face. They loved it. It turned out a pretty blue and could almost pass as Halloween make up for a nice looking smurf lol.. The best thing about it is it gave my grandkids something to go home and tell their mom and dad about; “What they did with grandma.” It gave me that little warm tingly feeling. I love your Mica powders. You get quite a bit for your money. Cute little jars with shaker caps that I plan on re-using when empty. That is a bonus and nicely packaged

  2. Phil

    Easy to use
    I use it for resin casting. Mixes easily, doesn’t clump up. Definitely will order again once I run out

  3. Jason

    Definitely will be ordering more! Love them
    Bought these to make lipsticks with my daughter… she is five and obsessed with lipgloss (eye roll!). I was over buying her natural ingredient chapsticks all the dang time so I told her we would make our own so we could use healthy ingredients… “but I want it to show!….. (eye roll again).” THESE PIGMENTS DID NOT DISAPPOINT! They are very bright and concentrated -a little goes a long way-, and packaged well so they don’t spill easily. Love theses and I will order again!

  4. Dennis L. Miller

    Applied dry pigment to wet epoxy resin surface on coffee shop tables. Using dry like this yielded stunning results!

  5. A. Clark

    Great product that I added to clear epoxy to do a kintsugi project with (the art of gluing broken pottery back together with gold-tinted glue, putting the focus on the beauty in that which has been broken). While I cannot claim to be a master kintsugi artist, this gold mica powder looked like liquid gold in the epoxy.

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