This blue is a "lake" color, which is a hybrid between a "dye" and a "pigment".
This product is NOT Batch Certified.
The following reviews are from our old website, and predate 2015. Items were ranked from 1 - 5.
so if you want to make some awesome dye based eyeshadows or even blushes this blue is a must. You can use it to tone down red #40 into a brown or with yellow #5 to make a neon green eyeshadow.
This is a must have if you want a true blue color. A little goes a long way for cosmetic use. It's also great to use for hobbies such as dying wools, yarn, cloth., etc.
My favorite blue next to Omega, I've already made so many eyeshadows with this
Why the increase in price? it was $4.00 for an ounce TKB Responds: All (or most) of our lake dyes went up in price in August, 2011 due to a supplier change.
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$ 12.00 $ 9.00
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How do I make pressed eyeshadow with this particular color. It doesn't really set to powder form once wet. It sets more to a solid form.
Firstly, make sure you have a texturizing base of some kind. If it is setting up to hard, you want base ingredients that help keep the powder a little looser. Here are some links that might help you.
Linda's Matte Color Wheel
Kitza's Press Powder Base Recipes