Used extensively in soapmaking as a non-bleeding color, used extensively as well in cosmetics to adjust hues in foundations, blushes, bronzers and similar products.
Because it is a pure pigment, its color intensity is too strong to be used directly on the skin. It should be used as a color additive to a recipe (or you will look more like a green-faced clown than a pretty princess)!
This gold floats into the air with extra large sparkle and shine. The hue is...
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Our "True" micas are all cosmetic-grade, bright-hued, low-sheen micas which are a blend of FD&C...
Our Pearl Collection are micas in pastel colors with medium sheen. FAQs Ingredients: Mica (77019),...
A mid-toned purple(lavender?) with sparks of blue and pink. An irridescent mish-mashup of midrange tones. ...
Would it be best to grind this first with other pigments if I wanna press it into a shadow? Or just mixing it and sifting be ok? And this question is regarding all flat pigments.
Here is a video: https://youtu.be/NcYW1pgtYiA You can skip to 1:30 to see the detail on why to grind.