INCI: Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Silca
Orange Pearlis a pigment from Colours group (10-60 μm) These pigments are produced by putting together layers of titanium dioxide and silicon monoxide on the matrix of mica. This process requires advanced coating technology because each colour has to have specified layer thickness to reach maximum colour value. The result is a gamut of great interferential colours which sparkle differently depending on the light incidence angle.
ORANGE PEARL is a interferential pigment which changes colour depending on the light incidence angle. It is made on the base of mica and has consistency of white powder with orange luster having different shades of red. It may be used in cosmetics for lips, eyes, face and nails. It is a universal pigment because it is possible to mix it with other interferential pigments. The result may be e.g. unique rainbow eye shadows.
This universal pigment gives a long pearl dimension to each cosmetic.
In powders and foundations it perfectly covers skin preserving its natural look. The size of grains is 10.0-6.0 μm.
It may be used in 100% on skin.
|Use||The color cosmetics: eyeshadow, blush.
Skin care: soaps, shampoos, gels wash
|Recommended concentration||From 0.01 to 100%|
|Storage||At room temperature, tightly closed container. Protect from light.|
|Solubility||Dispersible in oils|
|Expiring date||Given on the label|