Arc Orange
Arc Orange
Arc Orange
Arc Orange
Arc Orange
Arc Orange
Arc Orange
Arc Orange

Arc Orange

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Arc Orange is a beautiful bright orange with slight yellow pigment and part of our Neon Series line. Our popular mica powder is ideal for DIY craft use, such as, epoxy, resin, woodworking, pen blanks, plastics, slime, watercolors, cosmetics, fishing lures, bath bombs, jewelry, melt and pour, lip balm, acrylic, polish, candle making, and MUCH more.

Particle size : 1-5 μm

Ingredients : Polyurethane-11, Yellow 5

Heat Threshold : 500 °F

Product Type : Mica
Vegan : Yes
Soaps : Yes
Epoxy Resin : Yes
Acrylic : No
FDA-Permitted for External Use : No
FDA-Permitted for Eye Area Use : No
FDA-Permitted for General (Including Lips) Use : No
FDA-Permitted for Bath Bombs Use : No

NOTE: External use applies to facial make up and nail polish. Bath Bombs fall under the Lips category.

Are you having a difficult time mixing the pigments or just find yourself stirring and stirring? Or even worse, finding tiny specs in your finished product? This is mostly the cause of not mixing and breaking down the pigment enough.

Due to the granular nature of specialty pigments such as neons, glow in the dark, etc. these pigments are typically a little more difficult mix and breakdown.

If this is the case, place the pigments in a small cup, use denatured alcohol and wet the pigments, stir until it has a consistency of a paste. Stir until they break down.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
Tena Isakson
Pigmant color review 2

Loving the color and the brightness it is. Can’t wait to use it and came faster then I expected.

Angela Payne
Mix it with alcohol

I got the neon orange and it mixed clumpy. Ended up straining the epoxy into my project then saw a review that says mix with alcohol first then add the alcohol/pigment mixture to resin. Will try that next but if that’s what is needed why not add that to your product description?Also the neon colors are not “mica” as they have no shimmerEdit: mixed with alcohol the pigment worked great, the company reached out and says in the future they will include a info sheet with instructions on how to mix properly. Other than the neon not being an actual “mica”(shimmery) it worked well.

Best Buy Ever!!

I went through steps and experiments to find the right colors and these do not disappoint. They’re bright, easy use with minimal mess.


Wow, that's some bright orange.

Brian Henry
Great color. Little goes a long way

Go by the pic where it shows it mixed into resin if you’re wondering how it turns out. It’s very close to the example. I really like the color and a little goes a long way…

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