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A container of Yellow-Green Glow in the Dark Pigment Powder by Pigmently, seen from above with the lid removed to show the vibrant contents.

Pigmently Presents: Yellow-Green Glow in the Dark Pigment Powder

Introduction to Pigmently

Welcome to Pigmently, our online store for high-quality mica powder pigments and liquid dyes.

At Pigmently, we've dedicated ourselves to providing the best in vivid dyes and pigment powders. Each of our colorants is carefully produced to an exacting formula, using only top-tier ingredients to ensure a clean, potent result.

As artists ourselves, we understand how valuable it is to have a reliable source of pigment powder and dyes. That's why we put so much emphasis on quality assurance. By taking the time to make sure batch of our pigments is up to our standards, we're able to deliver consistent results to the creators who use our products.

Over the years, we've developed a wide array of individual pigment powder tones, which you can see in our Mica Powder Section.

In this article, however, we'll be focusing on one particular pigment: Yellow-Green Glow in the Dark, a signature glow in the dark pigment powder by Pigmently.

First, though, let's cover the basics of mica powder for those who are unfamiliar.

What Are Mica Pigment Powders?

Mica pigment powders are a colorants created from finely ground mica minerals. Mica is the label for a group of silicate minerals found throughout the earth's crust. These minerals are diverse in color, can be easily cut into smooth sheets, and share a distinct reflective sheen.

When mica is ground into a pigment powder, the resulting particles retain their reflective nature, making the powder shimmer and sparkle. When this pigment is then applied to a medium for aesthetic purposes, such as in epoxy resin art, it imparts an elegant shimmering effect that gently sparkles in the light.

Mica also happens to be a non-soluble substance—so it won't dissolve in water—with high heat resistance and negligible color morphing. This means it doesn't lose color over time, and can easily be used in crafting projects that require high heat, such as candle making or soap making.

A sealed container of Yellow-Green Glow in the Dark Pigment Powder by Pigmently.

Yellow-Green Glow-in-the-Dark: A Signature Glow in the Dark Pigment Powder by Pigmently

In our Pigmently collection is a wide array of different pigment powders. Some have a pearlescent sheen, others feature a more lowkey shimmer, and some incorporate larger particles for a more intense sparkle.

And then there's our Glow-in-the-Dark Series. This unique collection features three distinct tones, each with the ability to glow in the dark after time spent absorbing light. Among those three is today's star: Yellow-Green.

Yellow-Green Glow-in-the-Dark is one of our most unusual pigments. While exposed to light, it absorbs what it can. Then, in darkness, it will emit a soft glow, making it visible as if it were lit from within.

This peculiar property has made it a delightful option for people looking for something more whimsical in the artistic endeavors. For instance, by employing it with regular pigments, it can be used to hide secondary that only becomes apparent in the darkness, when the other pigments are no longer visible.

Other ways to apply it, include making luminous jewelry, glowing resin coasters, and keychains.

With Pigmently Yellow-Green, you get a premium-grade glow in the dark pigment powder that's highly concentrated, vivid, and easy to use.

What Green Glow in the Dark Tones Represent in Art and Design

The creation of glow in the dark tones introduced a sense of mystique, wonder, and otherworldliness in art and design. Despite those feelings, such traits aren't entirely absent in nature.

Yellow-Green by Pigmently can be seen as reminiscent of bioluminescent organisms, mysterious deep-sea creatures, or the enchanting glow of fireflies on a summer evening. This luminescent shade captivates and intrigues viewers by blurring the boundaries between the natural and the supernatural.

The ethereal light emitted by these tones represents both the unknown and the magical, igniting the human imagination with notions of hidden realms, nocturnal adventures, and the infinite mysteries of the cosmos.

In design contexts, green glow in the dark tones are occasionally employed to evoke a sense of surprise, interaction, and playful discovery. These effects can seem to transform spaces or objects, providing an unexpected visual experience when going from light to dark.

Moreover, beyond the sheer visual allure, the phosphorescent green often carries connotations of innovation, futurism, and cutting-edge technology, making it a favored choice in tech-centric or avant-garde designs.

Whether aiming to convey a sense of fantasy, technological advancement, or simply to create an interactive element that engages and delights, green glow in the dark tones offer artists and designers a luminous palette that transcends the usual visual spectrum.

A sample resin cube made with epoxy resin and Yellow-Green Glow in the Dark Pigment Powder by Pigmently.

Pigmently: Your Trusted Source for Glow in the Dark Pigment Powder

At Pigmently, we prioritize customer satisfaction. Having a trustworthy place to obtain the colorants you need is invaluable, and we at Pigmently are here to provide.

In our store, you'll find a wide array of individual mica pigment powders. If you're interested in several pigments, take a look at our Value Bundles, which are cost-effective ways to try a variety of different tones.

You can also see all three of our Glow-in-the-Dark Series Pigments here. And if Yellow-Green has your attention, head straight over to its store page, where you can conveniently place an order—we'll have it shipped out in no time!

Bring your creations to life with Mica Pigment Powders by Pigmently!


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