TKB's Matte Texture Base
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For those new to the product, TKB Matte Texture base is a texturizing blend of powders which purpose is to improve the slip and adhesion of your mica and oxide powders.

Basically, you add about 1 part Texture Base to 2 parts Mica or Pigment powder and blend.  Ta Da!  You now have eye shadow.  See our Video in the FAQ section.
  • Ingredients: Titanium Dioxide (77891), Mica (77019), Magnesium Stearate.
  • Here is an ancient video we made all the way back in 2007.  Sorry that it looks like we work in a dungeon.  We don't.  It was 2007!  What can we say?



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  • Can this be used with Versagel to create matte lipgloss? If not, suggestions?

    No.  We are coming out with a line of ingredients as well as a recipe for a liquid matte lipstick in March, 2017, if you could be a little patient with us, the team is just finishing up their tutorial video and the ingredients are almost all here.  

  • Is this meant to be used with matte micas or is this to create a matte texture with a non matte? I'm having trouble getting good quality product out of matte colors and am wondering if it's because I'm not using this.

    TKB Matte Texture Base was designed for loose powder "mineral makeup" pigments, to boost adhesion.

    I suspect you are making a pressed powder cosmetic and looking for something to make that work.  TKB Matte Texture Base is not the solution you are looking for.

  • So what do you us to make them matte if this is not what i need

    You start with matte products.  This is not a Mattifying base, it is a base which is, itself, matte.  If you want matte products, start with our Matte Tones as color additives instead of with mica powders.  Micas are not matte.

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