This White pigment is your partner in crime to create Pastel polishes, nothing less. It’s also plant-based and 15-free.
Our pigments have distinctive characters and react in their own ways with one another. You need to know them to use them in the appropriate proportions.
Our white pigment makes nail polish more opaque, denser. It tends to dilute color, it will make it lighter and softer. The white pigment actually changes the existing texture because it's thicker and takes more room in the bottle. White nail polish tends to leave streaks? No worries, we got you covered. Read below...
How to deal with pastel nail polish?
To create a pastel nail polish, you need to use a large amount of white pigment. The color just needs a very light dose of pigment (a few drops).
Pastel nail polish is a pain to apply ? Add extra fine pearl particles to get a more even colour. It will give a smoother, more flexible texture to your white, making your nail polish less prone to leave streaks.
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butyl acetate, ethyl acetate, nitrocellulose, isosorbide dicaprylate/caprate, adipic acid/neopentyl glycol/trimellitic anhydride copolymer, alcohol, stearalkonium bentonite, acetyl tributyl citrate, isopropyl alcohol, diacetone alcohol, n-butyl alcohol, phosphoric acid, ci 77891 (titanium dioxide), ci 19140 (yellow 5 lake).
Content: 8 ml
Weight: 50 g