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A container of Pigmently's Blue Glitter Pigment, seen from above with the lid removed to show the sparkling blue contents.

Pigmently Presents: Blue Glitter Pigment - A Signature Tone

Introduction to Pigmently Pigments

Welcome to Pigmently, our online store for high-quality pigments and dyes!

At Pigmently, we've dedicated ourselves to becoming a trustworthy source of colorful pigments suitable for artists of any skill level. We do this by not compromising on quality assurance, and maintaining high standards for potency and resilience.

All of our pigments are strictly produced using refined formulas with premium-grade ingredients to ensure a long-lasting, vibrant result that can be used alone or seamlessly mixes with numerous other mediums for stunning results.

But Pigmently pigments aren't just colorants, they're a means of self-expression. Each pigment is carefully formulated to deliver rich, intense colors, consistent in quality and performance. Whether you're a professional artist or a hobbyist, Pigmently pigments allow you to explore your creativity, push boundaries, and ensure you're not limited by the quality of your colors.

What are Mica Glitter Pigments?

Mica is the name of a naturally occurring group of silicate minerals. These minerals are known for their non-toxic properties, as well as their versatile color range and inherent reflective sheen.

When these minerals are mined, cleaned, and refined into a fine powder, they become usable as pigments. These mica powder pigments provide vibrant, long-lasting results when used for aesthetic purposes, such as in art and decor.

When applied in such ways, the mica particles retain their reflective properties, causing them to exhibit a delicate, alluring shimmer in the light that brings the color of the pigment to life.

Because of this, mica powder pigments have become a popular option for many different types of art, such as painting, resin art, soap making, candle crafting, and makeup cosmetics such as eye shadow and nail polish.

Today, we'll be highlighting a colorant from Pigmently's Glitter Series: the Blue Glitter Pigment. Glitter pigments, as the name suggests, are a type of pigment that contain larger mica particles for a stronger sparkling effect on top of the usual shimmer. When used in artwork, glitter pigment can add depth, texture, and a beautiful, eye-catching shine.

A sealed container of Pigmently's Blue Glitter Pigment, seen from the front.

Blue Glitter Pigment: A Signature Tone by Pigmently

The Glitter Series by Pigmently features 10 different vivid shades of color. Each of these pigments has been blended with uniquely large mica particles for a enhanced glittery sparkle.

Among these tones is Pigmently's Blue Glitter Pigment. It features a bright, cheerful blue hue with a spectacular sparkling texture that makes it a real feast for the eyes.

What sets Pigmently's Glitter Series apart from similar pigments by other brands is its exceptional quality. Each pigment is finely milled, then deliberately produced to ensure a smooth, even application. The signature mica particles are pristine and uniform, reflecting light beautifully without being too overpowering.

When you want the best in quality, usability, and resilience, Pigmently's Blue Glitter is the way to go.

What Do Light Blue Colors Represent in Art and Design?

The color blue is remarkably prevalent in art and design, and part of the reason for that lies in its symbolism. In many cultures, blue is associated with the sky and the sea, symbolizing depth, stability, and tranquility. It's a color that can evoke feelings of calmness, peace, and relaxation.

Light blue, in particular, has its own unique symbolism. It's often associated with health, healing, and tranquility. It's also the color of the sky on a clear day, symbolizing clarity, serenity, and expansive thinking. In art and design, light blue can be used to create a calming, peaceful atmosphere, or to represent concepts such as freedom, inspiration, and imagination.

Using Pigmently's Blue Glitter Pigment in your artwork can help you convey these emotions and concepts. Whether you're creating a tranquil seascape or an abstract piece inspired by the sky, the light blue glitter pigment can enhance your work, adding depth, texture, and a touch of sparkle that focuses the viewer's attention on the key elements of your creations.

A resin cube made using Pigmently's Blue Glitter Pigment to showcase the color and depth.

Tips on Achieving Excellence with Pigmently Glitter Pigments

Working with glitter pigments can be a lot of fun, but it can also be challenging. Here are some tips to help you achieve excellence with glitter pigments.

  1. Always prepare your workspace. Pigments can be messy, so it's wise to protect your surfaces from spills or accidents. Consider using a craft mat or some newspaper to catch any stray pigment powder. Also, make sure you have all your tools and materials ready before you start. This includes your glitter pigment, your medium (e.g., paint, resin), and any tools you'll need for mixing and application.
  2. Start with a small amount of glitter pigment and gradually add more until you achieve your desired effect. Remember, it's easier to add more glitter than to take it away. Also, keep in mind that the color and intensity of the glitter pigment can change depending on the lighting, so it's a good idea to test it under different lighting conditions.
  3. Don't be afraid to experiment. Pigmently glitter pigments are versatile colorants that can be used in a variety of ways. Try mixing them with different mediums, applying it in different ways, or combining it with other pigments. You might discover a new technique or effect that you love.

Pigmently: Your Trusted Source for Glitter Pigments and Other Mica Powders

At Pigmently, we want to make sure our colorants are accessible, so we price them competitively. Because they're potent, a little goes a long way.

You'll find curated value bundles of pigments and colorants on a special page in our store, and if your interest lies primarily in glitter pigments, we have a sizable selection of different options, including today's featured Blue Glitter Pigment.

Give our Pigmently premium pigments a go, and get ready to be amazed as your art comes alive!


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