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A container of Pigmently's Emerald Green Mica Powder, seen from above with the lid remove to show the color.

Pigmently Presents: Emerald Green - A Signature Green Mica Pigment

Introduction to Pigmently Mica Powder Pigments

Welcome to Pigmently, our online store specializing in high-quality mica and liquid dye colorants.

As artists ourselves, we've always considered ways to provide more depth and dimension to our aesthetic creations, and Pigmently was started on the idea that artists of all skill levels should have a trustworthy place to buy high-quality colorants for their artwork that gave consistent results time and again.

In our store, you'll find a wide selection of mica powders of different shades, themes, and textures—even some which glow in the dark. These powders, which are made from ground mica silicates, provide any medium with a strong hue and a shimmering visual texture the captivates the eye.

Our mica powders are also incredibly versatile. They can be used in a variety of mediums, from acrylic paints and resin art, to nail art and soap making.

Today, we'll be showcasing Pigmently's Emerald Green Pigment, one of our signature green mica tones.

Emerald Green: A Signature Green Mica Powder by Pigmently

Pigmently's Emerald Green Mica Powder is one of our most intense green colorants.

It's a reflection of the lush, verdant hue of tropical nature. Similar shades can be see in the vibrant tones of a peacock feather, and of course, the deep, enchanting color of a polished emerald gemstone.

As with all Mica Powders by Pigmently, Emerald Green is produced through a refined formula that is strictly observed for reliable and consistent results. Made with premium mica ingredients, it gives a rich, lustrous finish to your creations that is both visually stunning and texturally intriguing. What sets Pigmently's Emerald Green Mica apart from similar tones of other brands is its exceptional quality. It's finely milled, easy to blend, and delivers a punch of color that lasts without fading.

A sealed container of Emerald Green Mica Powder by Pigmently, seen from the front.

What the Color Green Represents in Art and Design

In art and design, the color green holds a lot of significance. It's the color of nature, representing growth, renewal, and life. It's the color of balance, harmony, and stability. It's also the color of prosperity and wealth. The green mica powders at Pigmently encapsulates all these meanings and more.

The color green also symbolizes creativity. In color psychology, green is considered the most restful color for the human eye, stimulating creativity and promoting clarity of thought.

At Pigmently, you'll find several different shades of green, each emblematic of this themes to different degrees.

Here's a list of some of our pigments for you to take a look at:

How to Apply Pigmently Green Mica to Your Artwork

Applying our green mica to your artwork is a simple process. Start by deciding on the medium you want to use. The Emerald Green Pigment works well with acrylic paints, resin art, nail art, soap making, and more.

Next, mix the green mica with your chosen medium. The amount of mica powder you use will depend on the intensity of color you want to achieve, as well as the shade you've chosen (e.g., Malachite Green). The more mica powder you use, the more vibrant the color will be.

Once you've mixed the mica powder with your medium, apply it to your artwork. You can use a brush, a palette knife, or even your fingers. The key is to blend it well so that the color is evenly distributed and gives a smooth finish.

A resin cube made using Emerald Green Mica Powder by Pigmently to showcase the color.

Tips for Working with Any Mica Powder

Working with mica powders, such as Pistachio Green, can be a bit tricky, especially if you're new to it. But with a few tips, you'll be an expert in no time.

  • First, always start with a small amount. Pigmently Mica Powders—including our Emerald Green Mica—are highly concentrated, and a little goes a long way. You can always add more if needed, but it's difficult to remove excess pigment once it's been mixed in.
  • Second, mix the mica powder with your medium thoroughly. This ensures that the pigment is evenly distributed and gives a smooth, consistent color.
  • Finally, be creative and experiment. Mica powders are versatile and can be used in a variety of ways. Don't be afraid to try new techniques and explore different mediums.

Pigmently: Your Trusted Source for High-Quality Green Mica

At Pigmently, we put a high priority on quality, reliability, and ease of use for all of our colorants.

We know how difficult it can be to find a consistent source of different colors that don't compromise on quality—but won't break the bank.

We also know how hard it is to build trust. That's why Pigmently exists, to be a trustworthy source of high-quality mica powders and liquid dyes for artists of all skill levels.

Our colorants are designed to be retain their color without fading, and to be just as reliable the first time you use them as the 50th time.

If you're looking for a way to heighten the vibrancy your artwork, come take a look at our Mica Powder Pigments—or jump straight to the page of our signature Emerald Green Mica, and get ready to see your art come to life!


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