Get ready for your next project to be truly mesmerizing with the help of our glitters!
Color shifting glitter adds dynamic depth and dimension to projects by reflecting different colors based on the angle of light.
All our glitters are made from high quality PET film (polyester) which does not dull or bleed under solvents such as resin or nail polish and is heat resistant for use in soaps, candles and more. Because of their high shine and superior quality, you can confidently create beautiful and professional projects!
Glitter Type: Metallic Color Shift *changes from light green to light purple with holographic base in shadow vs direct light*
Flake Size: Chunky mix (1/8”-1/64”)
Flake Shape: Hexagon
Measured: By Weight
Available sizes and Packaging: 0.25 oz jar, 2oz bag
Material: PET 100% Polyester
UV & Solvent Resistant: Yes
Great for use in resin art, tumbler designs, polymer clay, soaps, candles, nail polish, slime, scrapbooking, card making, general crafts and so much more. Polyester glitter is safe for skin contact, but not advised for lips due to possible ingestion and eye safety is still a concern when it gets too close to eyes where it could fall in. *If you are using our products for bath and body products it is your responsibility to do your own research into the safety and regulations for your finished products.
*While our glitters are solvent resistant, we haven’t been able to test every solvent out there as many new ones are constantly created and people always come up with new ways to use glitter! Due to this we encourage you to test a small batch of whatever you are creating to make sure everything works together properly before testing large batches.
*We work very hard to accurately represent each color as it appears in person. Please note our products are photographed in photo studio settings with full and bright light. Due to the many variations in monitors, browsers, and lighting colors in photos may appear different on screen versus in person. *
*Colors may shift slightly from batch to batch as the film they were cut from were dyed in separate lots*