Pearl-ex Pigments - The Works

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Pearl-ex Pigments - The Works $72.99 $45.95
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The Works: 3 gram jars of 32 colors
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3 gram jars of 32 Pearl Ex Pigment colors (16 Metallic Colors, 5 Interference Colors, 3 Duo Colors, 8 Fashion Colors) and five project ideas.

Pearl Ex Powdered Pigments are very fine powdered pigments that are non-toxic, inert, and can be mixed into any media and applied to any surface! The variety of finishes Pearl Ex can produce is nearly endless; from metallic sheens to pearlescent shimmers to all manner of faux finishes.

Pearl Ex can be added to silk painting resists, to silk screening paints, to airbrush inks, to oil paints, whatever. You can transform plain clay into luminous art objects and ordinary candles into poured metallic-looking antique candles. You can also add it to glue or use our new, tacky when dried, Jones Tones Foil Glue - see the silver swirly pattern above. You can stamp the glue on with a rubber stamp or apply it with a gutta applicator bottle, let it dry, then apply Pearl Ex, kind of rubbing it into the glue and removing the excess.

Mix Pearl Ex Pigments into:

Apply Pearl Ex Pigments to:

  • Fabric
  • Clay
  • Glass
  • Metal
  • Wood
  • Paper
  • Almost anything!

The fact is no one knows all the ways one can use this stuff!

The first 8 colors are the Standard Colors. The next 16 colors are Metallic Colors with various particle sizes. Different particle sizes give different effects. Then there are 5 Interference Colors which can't be described as they appear differently depending how you use them. (Try adding some to clear resist for an out-of-body experience). The next 3 colors are Duo Colors which change color depending on the light angle. The last 8 colors are the Fashion Colors.

Some things can't be adequately described. You have to take a chance!


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Pearl Ex pigment powders can be used for many things. I purchased them to use in acrylic nail art. Mixed with acrylic powders they create beautiful colors that can be used in many ways: as a solid nail as one or more components in a many-colored artistic variation on acrylics - we like to push the envelope so to speak & see what new techniques we can invent!!!!
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As a Multi-Media Artist I use Pearl EX Pigments on a wide variety of projects they are amazing! This little et is a perfect start to get to know Pearl EX Pigments and what they can do!
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Wonderdul many possibilities!
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Excellent product it was exactly what i needed and the price was perfect. The Pearl Ex powders arrived promptly packaging was wonderful. Look forward to ordering from Dharma again for these powders
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