Supplier's Corner

New Pigments at Sun Chemical

June 23, 2008

Cosmetic formulators looking for new bold and brilliant colors, can now use SunPrizma, a new pigment product line from Sun Chemical that provides 10 new shades of intense color and superior pearlescent luster that previously did not exist on the market, according to the company.

According to Sun Chemical, unlike most pigments manufactured, SunPrizma achieves excellent opacity and intense color palettes without additional blending with absorption pigments. While absorption pigments lose their color during perspiration or other similar alkaline conditions, SunPrizma’s pigments maintain their bold color and shiny pearlescent luster.

The line is available in 10 bold new color shades, including: platinum silver, celadon gold, mandarin myst, concord crush, sapphire night, Aegean sea, stardust gold, malachite green, cherry marmalade and basalt silver. More info: www.sunchemical.com
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