Eggplant Purple Mica

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Eggplant Purple Mica

Our unique, and very purpley Eggplant Purple Mica is a super deep purple mica. And it does it all - it is cosmetic grade, Ok for use around lips, and eyes, works well in soaps, and great for nail colors too.

This deep purple will have you in a purple daze and you'll get lost in the shimmery, purpleness where ever you use it.

Eggplant Purple is a perfect shade for coloring all your favorite projects and creations and a great addition to your colorant arsenal - it is easy to use and very versatile.  A cosmetic grade, deep purple with a shimmer.

Made of mica manganese violet and mica flakes coated with rutile titanium dioxide, the eggplant purple mica will have a shimmery almost glossy purple and vibrant sheen in the powder form .  The  light absorbing particles are made to bond and form with the beautiful pigment directly. Silver sparkles can be seen in the reflection at an angle in this unique  vibrant color. 

Try blending our Eggplant Purple Mica with our other micas  to invent your own unique shades and colors. 

Starting Concentrations to be used vary on the formulation you are blending.

Art, Ceramics - 1% to 100% 

Hair Spray, Shampoo, Perfume 0.1-10.0% 

Body Lotions & Creams 1.0-5.0% 
Soaps 1.0-7.0%  (experiment with different processes) * This purple mica will appear pastel and less vibrant in opaque melt and pour soap bases. 
Vanishing Cream 2.0-5.0% 
Blush & Foundation 2.0-10.0% 
Makeup Powders 5.0-10.0% 
Lipstick & Lip gloss 5.0-10.0% 
Eyeshadow Pencils & Eyeliner Pens 2.0-15.0% 
Nail Polish 2.0-20.0% 
Eyeshadow 10.0-40.0%

* Color will change when used in products with high pH 

INCI: Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Manganese Violet

Average Particle Size 10- 60 microns

 

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  • 5
    Eggplant Purple Mica

    Posted by Jaymi McCracken on Oct 14th 2018

    At first this turned a deep brown when blended in my CP soap batter, I added a bit more and the deep purple came back, and its staying that color during saponification. Its a beautiful color!