Pearl powder for resin - pearlized resin powder


44 reviews
In stock.

FREE delivery on orders of $75+

Easily create resin charms, castings and other creations with a beautiful, shimmering, pearlescent effect.  A little goes a long way with this pearl powder.  You won't believe how much resin you can color with just a pinch!

Comes in a 0.3 ounce (9 gram) bag.  Conforms to ASTM D-4236.

How do you use this pearl powder for resin?

Step 1:  Add a small amount to your mixed resin to create pearl lookalike castings or dust into a mold before pouring resin. 

Step 2:  Pour the pearlized resin into your mold.

Step 3:  Allow your resin to cure, then demold!

Want to up your resin coloring game?  To create castings with a colored, pearlized effect, use after coloring resin with Resin Obsession transparent color pigments.

$5.99 shipping or FREE for orders of $75 or more.

Get your order on your time.  We have multiple shipping options, especially if you are in a hurry.  Estimated delivery dates are provided at checkout.  

We want you to be thrilled with your purchase, but in case you're not, we gladly accept returns or exchanges of unopened resin pearl powder within 30 days of receipt.  

Customer Reviews

Based on 44 reviews
H K.W. (Portland, US)
Pearl powder

Just a small amount of this amazing pearlescent powder mixed with clear epoxy casting resin yielded the "mother of pearl" inlay effect that I wanted for my tree ornaments.

Diane Rock (Gaithersburg, US)
My new beads to add to bracelet!

The Pearl Powder Colorant gives my beads a surreal effect!

JMS (North Bay, CA)
Pearl Powder

I'm new to resin and I really enjoyed working with this pearl powder. Shipping to Canada was very affordable and the service was the best. Thank you!

Stacy L Wheelwright (Niceville, US)

I got my first on free and have ordered more. I added it to color and love the results.

Anthony Rich (Wallingford, US)

Great product, and support, I used a tiny amount for acrylic pour paintings, and it created stars in the distant background, which gave the image a deep space look.