Ruby Red Mica Powder - Beaver Dust Pigments
Ruby Red - Beaver Dust Pigments
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Our high-quality Mica Pigment Powder is a versatile product that is perfect for a variety of applications. Ranging from 10-60 microns in size, these pigments are ideal for working with resins, lacquer, epoxy, cosmetics, automotive paint, nail polish, latex, and many other mediums.
Epoxy Resin Projects: Mica powder in epoxy resin creates a pearlescent, metallic shimmer effect that can be used in a variety of projects, such as resin turning projects, river tables, charcuterie boards, epoxy lamps, geode art, resin jewelry, 3D photos, pressed flower art, acrylic trays, resin keychains, epoxy art pour paintings, epoxy coasters, and custom countertops. The mica pigments can add a unique shimmer and sparkle to these projects.
Cosmetics: Mica powder is a crucial ingredient in shimmery cosmetic products like eyeshadow, highlight, blush, lip gloss, and nail polish. When mixed with other minerals, it creates products that look great and adhere well to the skin.
Soap Making: Mica works best in transparent soaps like melt and pour. It gives the soap a nice pearlescent effect. However, in cold process soap making, some micas might not work as their colors are sometimes unstable in the high pH of raw cold processed soap. Testing in a small batch first or testing a bit of mica in lye water to see if the color shifts is recommended.
Woodworking, Plastics, Slime, Fishing Lures, Jewelry, Lip Balm, Acrylic, Candle Making: Mica pigment powder adds color and shimmer to these projects, making them more appealing and personalized.
Our Mica Pigments are 10-60 microns in size which is perfect for providing a delicate shimmer without creating a rough texture. The pigments are easily mixable with your chosen medium, providing a smooth, seamless finish.
We offer our Mica Pigment Powder in two convenient sizes - 45 Gram and 80 Gram. These sizes allow for both small, personal projects and larger, professional uses.
We suggest a dose of 1/8 teaspoon per 1 litre to achieve medium transparency. This is a starting point and can be adjusted to meet your specific color intensity and transparency requirements.
FAQ - Why is the Ruby red more expensive than the rest?
Red tones can be more expensive to manufacture, so the price has been set accordingly.