Update 10/20/16: Our Reformulated Hilite Green is more gold/green in hue when rubbed onto a dark background.
Our family of Hilites are all white-appearing powders which have a "hilite" of a unique hue (gold, orange, red, copper, reformulated green, violet, or blue). Hilite colors are also known as "interference" or "splendid" colors.
Interference pigments look like white powders but when wetted (lip gloss, nail polish, cream eye shadow) used in clear media (melt and pour soap, gel candles), or rubbed on the skin (mineral makeup), they burst into iridescent hues. If you love color will no doubt find a need for interference pigments along the way.
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A sample of each of the ten My Mix Cosmetic Lipstick Bases. FAQs Ingredients:...
Elegant, rectangular 10.5ml nail polish bottle with pink ribbed cap. Click on the FAQ's for...
Elegant and rectangular. Holds 10.5ml nail polish. Click on the FAQ's for dimensions. FAQs...
What is the difference with the Moon Dust Collection and Hilite Collection?
Mainly the ingredients, as Moon Dust collection contains some synthetic ingredients. However, both collections are approved for all cosmetic uses, as well as soap use, and they are both dye-free and vegan.