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Color Shifting | Super Chameleon Pigments - PURPLE | GREEN | BLUE

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Original price $19.99
Original price $19.99 - Original price $19.99
Original price $19.99
Current price $14.99
$14.99 - $14.99
Current price $14.99

Super Chameleon Mica Powder – PURPLE | GREEN | BLUE these pigments shift and change colors depending on the angle from which you are looking at them. Color shifting mica powder is ideal for epoxy resin projects, DIY craft, woodworking, plastics, watercolors, jewelry, acrylics, polish, automotive paint, gels, lacquers, tumblers, coasters and much much more!

Very high intensity pigments have a vibrancy above all other colorants on the market. Baltic Day ultra-shifting pigments have 2 to 4 colors and it only requires a very small amount of pigment for most of your projects. These types of pigments have best results over a black base.

Blends very well with resins, epoxy, polyurethane resins, lacquer, automotive paint, nail polish, polymer clay, varnishes, glazes. You need just a little multi-color powder to produce rich and vivid colors.

Intensity – compared with normal series of chameleon powders, the intense ultra-shift powder with mirror effect is more ultra-fine and requires less pigment to get the strong color shifting effect. The intensity of the highest grade chameleon powder is more metallic and deeper colors while the regular chameleon pigment is soft.

Completely Safe & Non-Toxic – all our mica powder is gentle on skin, will not cause irritation and is safe. 

Each color is packed into a 1g resealable jar.

HOW MUCH PIGMENT YOU NEED TO ADD TO THE RESIN?

The mixing ratio depends on the intensity of the color that you want to produce. The concentration of powder determined by the thickness of your coating or casting. Start with a small portion of pure metallic powder dye first to mix with the resin. If you want more opaque effect, add a few more. You cannot add to much metallic colour dust, or else, the resin will not cure. 

To achieve a similar level of colouration, thinner coatings will need a higher percentage of pigment than thicker castings. You have to experiment with the ratio and by your own tests and evaluations, determine suitability of such products for their specific use. We recommend 1g of pigment per 1-5oz of epoxies. 25-50g of pigment per gallon of peelable paint.

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ULTIMATE COLOR SELECTION

Baltic Day Mica Powder Color Pigments are made from highest quality mica nanoparticles coated with organic and inorganic colors. These ingredients allows you to create iridescent and pearlescent effects in all your epoxy pour and thin coating projects! Our products can basically be used in all epoxy products.

We have over 300 different colors: rainbow, pearl, blue, green, white, orange, black, yellow, gold, teal, aqua, brown, bronze, copper, purple, pink, ghost, lavender, orange, chameleon, glow in the dark and much more!

TRUSTED BY THOUSANDS WORLDWIDE

epoxy colorant

Their powders are very vivid. They even give you a little gold spoon, which I thought was a nice touch. When I began using mica powders I started with no name brand and compared the colors with the Baltic - Day and WOW, what a difference. I am posting some pics of some of my latest pieces. I don't have before and after pictures (Sorry), but you can at least see the what the results are when you use the powders.

The table is a re-pour. It had bubbles in it from my first pour. (Literally the first pour I ever ) so I sanded it down and re-poured it with added a smidge of gold, and a tiny three oz cup of the brown with the rest of the pour being clear epoxy resin. It looks amazing!

The Cheese board is a combo of colors. Red mica mixed with AI inks of Crimson and acrylic True red, grey mix with silver, black acrylic paint and white mica powder. A-FreakingMazing!

Veronica

epoxy pigment powder

I've been working with Baltic Day for a little while now and really like the vibrancy of the colors in this series along with a larger quantity than other brands. Here are a few samples of the pigments used in epoxy as well as the final product in some skate decks. I'm really looking forward to the new series of pigments with lots more colors on offer and should be released in early 2019! Thanks for offering such a premium product at a great price!

@rootsandresinworks

resin colorant

I used Baltic Day "Pearl" pigment to create this stunning cross. It was easy to use, blended well and didn't take a lot of pigment to get this iridescent color. I am so exited about how our art work turned out. I would highly recommend this product. Thank you!

Tricia - Texas Kraft Post

epoxy pigment

I will always go with Baltic Day pigments, they have a variety like no other and they provide quality material. The color chart is absolutely amazing and the metallic pigments are hands down like no others. I would highly recommend this product to anyone wishing to use with epoxy.

@refinednaturesantafe

resin powder pigment

Holy moly, friends! The colors are absolutely beautiful and so vibrant! I can't get over just how VIVID the colors are. I was so pleased with the pigments that I kept making more and more pieces!

What I like the most about these pigments is that they truly stay incorporated in the resin and don't sink to the bottom, so the integrity of the pieces you make remain intact.

Buy them today, everyone! You won't be disappointed!!!!

BALTIC DAY customer

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