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Saturday, June 10, 2017

New Illusion Flakes from Glitter Unique

New Illusion Flakes from Glitter Unique... "Beautiful, Colorful flakes with a Holographic Flair!!!"

6 Colors, $12.00 per gram, $20.00 for 2 grams (larger quantities available).

10% off now until Monday on new products.

2 comments:

  1. Thank you for the great posts and swatches of the pigments you post here!
    I was doing a research on one specific pigment everyone is going nuts about and came across your blog a few times, so I decided to ask if you may know the current of even previous origin of it.
    Of course I'm talking about "unicorn pee", reddish-orange/green shifting pigment, as in Clarins 230, Cirque Coronation or more recently - ILNP Magician top coat. This pigment seemed to have disappeared for a while, there was information that manufacturer have discontinued it, and replaced with the liquid form which was not as good.

    But recently everyone seems to use it again and include it in their collections - a lot of indie brands, for example.
    I don't really believe that it's all coming from some old stashes, so probably pigment is back on the market again, but I can't seem to find where exactly it comes from. Maybe you have some information on that?

    I did even create reddit post about that, but no luck so far: https://www.reddit.com/r/DIYBeauty/comments/6rmcpk/unicorn_peered_to_green_shifting_pigment_where/

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    1. If you don't already know, Glitter Unique has a newer line of color shifting goodies called Unicorn Pigments and #8 is supposed to look a LOT like the infamous Unicorn Pee.

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