Cosmetic Diamond Pearlescent Pigments
- Premium Sparkling Pearlescent Pigment Powder based on Glass.
- For Resin Art, Crafts, Slime, Personal Care Products and Cosmetics.
- Approved for Lip Products but cannot be used in Eye Makeup due to their large particle size.
Diamond Sparkling Pigments for Resin Art, Slime, Personal Care Products and Cosmetics
Pearlescent Pigments based on Coated Glass - a little goes a long way.
When searching for ultimate effects, Pearlescent Pigments based on Mica and Synthetic Mica are sometimes just not good enough. An even higher grade of Pearlescent Pigments is available; Pearlescent Pigments based on Glass. Glass is more transparent and more uniform in colour and shape than Mica. Glass based Pearlescent Pigments are superior when it comes to creating a sparkle effect and having the pigments vanish when not at angles where they sparkle.
These Pigments are too large to create solid colour, they are specifically to create sparkle effects.
They are approved for a wide variety of cosmetic applications but cannot be used in Eye Makeup as their large particle size can be an eye irritant. Approved for lip application products. See Technical Data Sheet (TDS) for details.
Unlike glitter, these pigments are plastic free and thus much better for the environment than glitter. Even cosmetically approved glitters cannot be used on the lips as they contain aluminium but these Diamond Pearlescent Pigments are approved for use in lip cosmetics.
Glass / Titanium Dioxide
How to Create Sparkle in Resin Art: Watch (This short video demonstrates many products that can be used to create sparkle and explains why these Cosmetic Diamond Sparkle Pigments are the best).
Certified for and widely used in cosmetics including skin, lip and nail products, personal care products including soaps, lotions and hair products and casual skin contact products such as slime and bath bombs. They should not be used in eye application products. (Eye cosmetic regulations do not allow the use of such large pigment particles as large particles have the potential to cause eye irritation.)
Care should be taken not to breathe the dust (careful handling will reduce dust generation). Use a fabric dust mask that you can buy at any hardware store. If handling larger quantities (more than normal arts and crafts requirements) then a dust extraction system is required.
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