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Crucible Gold

# KE-202

Our Forged and Crucible Colors are pure metallic effect pigments (no mica, no titanium dioxide, no iron oxides or dyes).

Ingredients:  Bronze Powder (77400), Silica.

Cosmetic Grade. USA approved for use: Lips, Eyes, Face.
EU approved for use: Lips, Eyes, Face.
Recommended for nail polish (except that some customers report a hard time incorporating the color into polish, we have not had that problem but please proceed cautiously) and soap making (except that it will morph rather unattractively in Cold Process).

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Sample (2.5g)  $1.50
1 ounce  $8.00
4 ounces  $24.00
8 ounces  $45.00
1 pound  $85.00
Customer Reviews
1s1s1s1s1swasn't expecting the awesome finish!
By kelly
they say they are metallic but they REALLY are, wet or dry! much better than any other "metallic" pigments I've tried!

1s1s1s1s0sNot for nail polish
By Melanie
For cosmetics other than nail polish, this is great. Superb metallic look but when used in nail polish it turns into a mess. There is a chemical reaction that takes place. Be aware what you are buying it for.

1s1s1s0s0sNot for soap
By Diane
This is a beautiful mica, but beware of using it in CP soap! This is fine if you are just brushing it on the top, but if you do a swirl or anything within the soap, it will bleed and end up smelling rancid.

1s1s1s1s1sStunning! All 3 Crucible pigments are incredibly beautiful!
By Lark
This reminds me of the gilding on the centuries-old iconography pieces that I admire. The color reminds me of rich, 24k gold leaf. Definitely expensive looking! Truly is gorgeous, and shines with an almost otherworldly metallic brilliance. As another said, this (along with the other 2 crucible colors!) are NOT SAFE WITH NAIL POLISH! They contain bronze powder, and there is a chemical reaction when you mix it in your lacquer base. It gets can bubble, and it produces heat. So, just avoid the scary stuff and skip this for NP! :) One last note: I make jewelry, in addition to makeup, and these pigments behave the same way in resin! My resin actually seized up on me. It got so hot, it cooked itself!

1s1s1s1s1sAnother favorite
By Heather
LOVE this color, wish there were more crucible/foil colors, would love some blues, magentas, and silvers!

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