Cosmetic Pigments Sampler
Free Gift

| Ask a Question
The sampler includes the following pigments:
Titanium Dioxide White, Black Oxide, Brown Oxide, Orange Oxide, Red Oxide (Red Shade), Red Oxide (Blue Shade), Yellow Oxide, Chromium Oxide Green, Hydrated Chromium Oxide Green, The Color Violet (Manganese), Ultramarine Blue, African Violet (Ultramarine), Ultramarine Pink.
  • Ingredients: Iron Oxide (77492) (77491) (77499), Manganese Violet (77742), Ultramarines (77007). Titanium Dioxide (77891), Chromium Oxide (77288).

    Note that all these colors are stable in soap making and all of them are vegan.

    In the USA, the Ultramarines and Chromium Oxides are not permitted for use on lip products, while they are in the EU.

  • ln the sample size, the Hydrated Chromium Oxide Green is 2.5 grams.  All other colors are 6 grams each.

    To assure non-speckling in liquid projects, please pre-wet the pigments first.  In soap making, pre-wet with oil or water.  In nail polish projects, pre-wet with alcohol.



Pin It
Cosmetic Pigments Sampler has a rating of 4.7 stars based on 3 reviews.

Related Items

24 Karat Gold Mica - TKB Trading LLC
Free Gift
24 Karat Gold Mica from $ 1.50
Quick Shop
OUT OF STOCK IN BULK (NO CURRENT ETA) 5 Trues Collection - TKB Trading LLC
Free Gift
5 Trues Collection from $ 6.75
Quick Shop
6 Pearls Collection - TKB Trading LLC
Free Gift
6 Pearls Collection from $ 8.10
Quick Shop
Adam & Eve Glitter - TKB Trading LLC
Free Gift
Adam & Eve Glitter from $ 1.50
Quick Shop

Questions & Answers

Ask a Question
  • are these matte colors?

    Yes, they are all matte pigments.

  • so you can use them in lip and eye makeup

    In the USA, the Ultramarines and Chromium Oxides are not permitted for use on lip products, while they are in the EU.

  • Can these be mixed together with your eye shadow base in a ziploc bag or must a grinder/ mortar and pestal be used? Can they be used without eye shadow base?

    1)  It is always a good idea to use a grinder or mortar and pestal.  Here is a link to our video, starting at the 1:10 mark.  It shows why just "mixing in a bag" won't work. https://youtu.be/NcYW1pgtYiA?t=1m10s

    2) You can use them straight if you want.  A base generally makes the product less draggy and provides other positive qualities but no reason you can't use them at 100%.

Back to the top