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SAMPLER Cosmetic Pigments (Powders)

# KW-402
SAMPLER  Cosmetic Pigments (Powders)
2/12/14 Update: The Pluot Purple has been replaced with The Color Violet which is also a Manganese Violet. The Ultramarine Violet has been replaced with African Violet, also an Ultramarine.

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 (no longer pluot purple)
  • ultramarine blue
  • african violet (no longer ultramarine violet)
  • ultramarine pink

We offer it for you in sample sizes (1 tablespoon per color) or in a one ounce sampler (1 ounce of each color).

NOTE: Hydrated chrom green is only a teaspoon due to the cost of this particular color.

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Sample (6g) each  $11.00
1 ounce of each  $40.00
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Customer Reviews
1s1s1s1s1swonderful! :-)
By sarah
This is a great sampler! I love all the colors! You get a lot of product for your money! I would recommend this to anyone!!

1s1s1s1s1sThese are fantastic!
By Kimberly
This sampler is one of my favorites from my order. You get so much for less than $1 per color! I mixed these with a little Silica and made each one a 'color base' for all of my different formulations. I can't thank Kaila enough for this set!

1s1s1s1s1sThe place to start with nail polish pigments!
By Andrea
This sampler's a great selection of basic colors, and is useful for nail polish making - micas produce frosty effects and are more muted, and lake dyes can stain. There are only two issues with this sampler: I wish the hydrated chromium green was the same amount as the rest (increase the price of the sampler to compensate), since it's a great color and there's an imbalance in my color packets when I shuffle through them ;) The other issue is that you might have difficulty in getting these to dissolve easily in nail polish: grind them first (coffee grinder or mortar & pestle) and dissolve the amount in either polish thinner (not acetone!) or isopropyl alcohol (preferably) before adding them to polish. This'll really help disperse the pigment in hydrophobic solvents. Oh, and start off with *very small amounts* since the pigments are.... pigmented! ;)

1s1s1s1s1s
By amanda
Pressed eyeshadow for the first time today! So much fun! I've only made three so far from this collection. Colors are bright and beautiful! I can't wait to order more and experiment!

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