117260 Colorona® Mica Black
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Colorona® Mica Black
BLACK COLOR cosmetic pigment
This palette of black color pigments is incredibly versatile. A selection of soft black effects enveloped in subtle shimmer that offer various muted colors for that tempting dramatic touch.
SHIMMERING EFFECT WITH Colorona® Mica Black
Based on the substrates available, a large diversity of effects can be obtained by additional variation of the particle size in addition. The particle size varies between 1 μm and 200 μm. There are two different characteristics that can help you find the perfect match for your desire: the gloss effect and the coverage. The smaller the particle size, the lower the luster effect is.
Additionally, the smaller the particle size, the higher is its covering power. On the contrary, the higher the particle size, the higher the luster effect is. Additionally, the higher the particle size, the lower is its covering power. When looking for specific pigments, knowing if the effect should have high or low luster effect and high or low coveringpower helps us find the perfect fit through our scale of particle size.
Our shimmering interference pigments are excellent for strobing and highlighting techniques, while our glistening mass tone colors create an enticing layer of irresistibly saturated shimmer.
Composition of Colorona® Mica Black
Composition of Color Effect Pigments
The composition of a pigment is split between substrates and coatings.
The substrates for a pigment are the following:
- Natural Mica
- Synthetic Mica
- Ca-Al Borosilicate
The coatings for a pigment are the following:
- Iron Oxides
- Other e.g. Carmine, Ferric Ferrocyanide...
Colorona® Mica Black
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Handling & Storage Information
|Storage temperature: no restrictions.
|10 - 13 Other liquids and solids
|NWG not water endangering
|3.5 - 3.7 g/cm3 (20 °C)
|7.0 - 10.0 (100 g/l, H₂O, 25 °C) (slurry)