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Sometimes mica powder can be very coarsely ground, and it will look a lot like glitter. It might even be advertised or sold as glitter. But mica powder is irregular and made from entirely different materials.


Fairy Hugs Glitter Powder is an extra fine, highly holographic glitter powder which is so very soft and velvety. You can use this with all your crafts projects to give them that extra shimmer they need to make them stand out. Our glitter is sourced from the finest suppliers. They come packed in a lovely shaker jar that has a cap that you can open all the way to pour a lot at one time or a shaker side where you can just sprinkle the amount you need. Ech jar contain approximately 15ml.

Briller Nail System provides a selected variety of colored acrylic powders, covers, liquid monomer, nail decorations, and gel polish. We are actively working to expand our product and color selection, and offer you reliable products.

Pretty Vulgar's Glitter Dust is the extra touch to complete any glam look. Add a little sparkle or add a lot, this Glitter Dust is a silky smooth powder that contains light-reflecting pearls for a radiant finish. Suitable for hair, face, body and even décolletage, this fine shimmer dust is a sophisticated highlight for radiance from head to toe. The elegant antique component finely dusts you with our weightless formula, leaving no uncomfortable residue.

Glitter powders : fine glitter powder to decorate most projects. Can be mixed with the Setacolor Light Fabric range. Glitter powders are used in combination with Setacolor permanent glue or Setacolor 3D glue. Once the glue applied, just sprinkle on the desired glitter colour and fix. They can also be mixed with the Setacolor Light Fabrics range.

The fairy dust is here! This holographic powder dust is so pretty and gives out a rainbow effect under light.This is the ultra fine version, so the finishing effect when used with resin or polymer clay will be stunning.

This powder pot comes with a sponge brush which you can use to apply the powder onto sticky surfaces and apply a layer of UV resin or coating once you are done.Only a tiny bit goes a long way to achieve the beautiful rainbow effect!

Pearl mica powder has an unparalleled effect of its unique soft pearl luster. The special appearance structure, high refractive index and outstanding transparency allow it to create the same effect as pearl luster in transparent media.

Dilute acids and bases cannot attack pearlescent mica pigments. Pearlescent mica powder pigments are not harmful to the environment. Because they are practically insoluble in water and do not contain any heavy metals, they are classified as harmless to water. Pearlescent products cannot be incinerated, spontaneous combustion, non-conductive, and can withstand high temperatures of 800 degrees Celsius. The chemical structure of pearlescent products makes them have excellent dispersion properties and can be applied to water-based coatings.

pearlescent powder is made of natural mica, high temperature resistance, and does not contain toxins. It fully complies with the International Food and Drug Sanitation Management Regulations (FDA), is harmless to the human body, and does not hurt the skin and eyes. Diversified colors and convenient color matching can be used to produce different cosmetics such as lipstick, eye shadow, foundation, eyeliner, eyebrow pencil, nail polish, hair cream, body cream, hair spray and other cosmetics.

Glitter powder is commonly known as sequins, gold and silver flakes, gold and silver powder, gold powder, silver powder, or light flakes. Glitter powder is made of electroplated film materials of different thicknesses with extremely high brightness. Its raw materials are PET, PVC, OPP, metal aluminum, laser laser materials, etc. Glitter glitter is widely used.

There are two general types, hexagonal and quadrangular, with gold, silver, red, green, and blue colors. , Seven colors, magic color, laser and so on. The material plus the outer protective layer will make the color bright, and it has a certain resistance and temperature resistance to the mild corrosion of environmental climate and temperature. Glitter glitter in various colors and materials.

a. Color system composition: Glitter powder mainly has standard main colors such as colorful, gold, silver, gold, silver, red, green, blue, purple, black, white, etc. At the same time, new colors are produced every year according to the requirements of fashion. And new application types. In addition, we can also customize according to customers' colors and samples.

b. Product shape specifications: There are two main types of glitter powder, namely quadrilateral and hexagonal, and other five-pointed stars, four-pointed stars, moon, Mickey, round, triangular, rectangular, plum, heart, etc. Glitter powder can be produced from 0.01mm-3.0mm.

c. Scope of application: Glitter powder, as a surface treatment material with unique functions, is widely used in Christmas crafts, candle crafts, cosmetics, fabric printing, glass art, paint decoration, couplets, spring couplets, calendars, toy appearance, fake silk Flowers, lanterns, festive supplies, glass horses, kitchenware, ceramic appearance, jewelry, furniture spray painting and other fields are characterized by enhancing the visual effect of the product.

Jueguan is a professional dealer of all colors of pearl mica powder and Glitter powders. Jueguan can supply you more than 100 colors of pearl mica powder pigments and glitter powders with different shapes. We supply customized packing for the products. specially supply the customized packing products to Amazon or other E-commerce platform merchants.

The majority of glitters are made from plastics which give an artificial look when they reflect light. Diamond Dust is different as it is made from tiny flakes of glass, when these reflect light it achieves a unique diamond-like effect.

*Note: By adding this product to your cart you confirm that you are not Anish Kapoor, you are in no way affiliated to Anish Kapoor, you are not purchasing this item on behalf of Anish Kapoor or an associate of Anish Kapoor. To the best of your knowledge, information and belief this high-grade glitter will not make its way into the hands of Anish Kapoor.

We are engaged in manufacturing and supplying Precision Cut Glitter Powder to our clients. The material which is used in formulating these powders is sourced from reliable vendors of the market. Moreover, we timely check these powders from time to time so as to assure that these are safe for consumption.

Glitter is a powdered copper pigment frequently used in craft and decorative activities especially in schools and kindergartens. Ingestion or inhalation of this substance can cause acute, potentially fatal copper poisoning in children. We describe a case of a 15-month-old child with copper poisoning, presenting with acute respiratory distress, neurological impairment, and hemolytic anemia. Early onset of treatment by bronchoscopy and bronchial lavage with subsequent endotracheal intubation and mechanical ventilation, achieved complete remission of the respiratory symptoms without sequelae. In presence of glitter ingestion or inhalation, bronchoscopy with bronchial lavage should be indicated early even in the absence of respiratory symptoms.

We offer a beautiful color range for specially coated glitter glue. it is necessary for Glitter to be not settling and does not bleed due to glue properties. We sell glitter powder specially prepared for glitter glue application to leading manufacturers of the world.

Since prehistoric times, glitter has been made from many different materials including stones such as malachite, and mica,[3] as well as insects[4] and glass.[5] Uses for glitter include clothing, arts, crafts, cosmetics and body paint.[6][7] Modern glitter is usually manufactured from the combination of aluminum and plastic which is rarely recycled and finds its way into the aquatic habitats eventually becoming ingested by animals, leading some scientists to call for bans on plastic glitter.[8][9][10][11]

Glittering surfaces have been found to be used since prehistoric times in the arts and in cosmetics. The modern English word "glitter" comes from the Middle English word gliteren, possibly by way of the Old Norse word glitra.[12] However, as early as 30,000 years ago, mica flakes were used to give cave paintings a glittering appearance.[3] Prehistoric humans are believed to have used cosmetics,[13] made of powdered hematite, a sparkling mineral.[14]

The Ancient Egyptians produced "glitter-like substances from crushed beetles"[15] as well as finely ground green malachite crystal. Researchers believe Mayan temples were sometimes painted with red, green, and grey glitter paint made from mica dust, based on infrared scans of the remnants of paint still found on the structures in present-day Guatemala.[16]

People of the Americas 8,000 years ago were using powdered galena, a form of lead, to produce a bright greyish-white glittering paint used for objects of adornment.[17] The collecting and surface mining of galena was prevalent in the Upper Mississippi Valley region by the Cahokia native peoples, for regional trade both raw and crafted into beads or other objects.[17] 041b061a72




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