Eco friendly Breastmilk Resin Sparkle Mixes for any resin jewellery, especially those made with breastmilk. They look white at first glance but contain subtle colour. Perfect for mixing with resin, or brushing onto moulds. It can also be kneaded into translucent polymer clay or or wet-method preserved breastmilk. These sparkle mixes contain ethical white mica, plant based vegan glitter, white colourshift flakes and ghost pigments. You can read about the use of child labour in the mica industry in Lush’s blog here and the importance of sourcing synthetic or ethically sourced mica.
The sparkle mixes contain colour shifting pigments and flakes which are difficult to show in the light, but you can show them off in videos and colour swatches! For plain white with opalescent flakes, please choose our Unicorn White Resin Sparkle Mix here. Please read our full Terms and Conditions and FAQ page before ordering.
Using Breastmilk Resin Sparkle Mixes
unicorn white resin sparkle mix works beautifully in epoxy and UV resin. The resulting colour and shade will depend on how much of the mix you use, how it’s placed and your other additions, inclusions and elements. You do not need very much at all; a little goes a very long way. Use a tiny measuring spoon to measure a little out, or an eyeshadow applicator.
These breastmilk resin sparkle mixes can be used with clear resin and will make it translucent or opaque depending on the quantity used. You can use it with cremation ashes, for example, vary in colour from white through to browns, greys and black, so adding this pigment will not change the natural colour of the ashes. The same applies for umbilical cord. You can combine these with our pigmented resin sparkle mixes here for a pastel shade.
Please make sure you tell your clients you cannot guarantee a shade but you can purchase stock images from us (coming soon!)
Simply premix with resin then pour this into your mould, or push it into a mould already filled with resin. You can also add your clients’ elements or inclusions like breastmilk, lock of hair, umbilical cord and placenta or cremation ashes. Then cure in the usual way. Or you can add your resin to the mould before adding the forget-me-not flowers.
If working with UV resin we recommend you work in layers to achieve beautiful depths of colour.
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