Magna Pearl Mica Powder by Sepp Leaf Products, Inc ~ 100g 3.5 ounce. This will last a long time! A little goes a long, long way!
Mica powders are great fun and add sparkle to a number of glass projects. Mica can be used for fusing, enameling, and lampworking.
Here is the url for a great tutorial on working with micas! Make sure to save this page before you go away! http://www.glass-fusing-made-easy.com/mica-powder.html
Dip a rubber stamp into Glasstac or water-based medium then dip into mica powder and stamp onto glass. Fire either capped or uncapped at up to 1380 degrees.
Mix powder with Klyr-Fire and airbrush onto glass, then fire. Apply multiple thin coats and fire in kiln to about 1380 degrees Fahrenheit.
Roll your hot glass bead in Mica to apply a metallic shine.
Can also be added to metal clay, polymer clay and resin casting projects.
Has not been tested for purity so I can't recommend this for cosmetics.
PLEASE! Protect your lungs by avoiding breathing of powders.
Works great with 90, 96, 104 COE.