- Low Cost Glitters are sometimes called "Arts and Crafts Glitters". The colors of cheap glitters fade in sunlight and wash-off when subject to any solvent chemicals. The brilliance and reflection of low cost glitters is often not very good.
- Durable Glitters are sometimes called "Industrial Glitters". They look the same as Arts & Crafts Glitters but don't fade so can be used outdoors and are chemical and heat resistant. This enables them to be used in water, and solvent based substances as well as in resins. Stable up to 180oC (survives the curing temperature of resins). This is the type of glitter that we sell here.
- Cosmetic Glitters. These are specifically tested and approved for skin contact. Although we use these in some of our cosmetic products we do not sell cosmetic glitters.
We only sell high quality durable glitters which are perfect for high quality arts and crafts where durability is required. Cheaper glitters will not be durable so although cheap glitters are fine for school projects and temporary applications you should use our glitter powders for durable arts & crafts, for any outdoor applications and with resins that generate heat when curing.
Keep out of reach of children and avoid breathing glitter dust