Getting rich, opaque colors is easy when you use Resin Obsession liquid epoxy pigments. Packaged in one-ounce squeeze bottles, choose from ten, high-quality opaque epoxy resin pigment colors, including:
What makes these opaque liquid epoxy pigments so special?
“INCREDIBLE COLOR! I cannot accurately convey my love for these deep, luscious colors. Some colorants I use leave my resin sticky. This has never happened with these gorgeous colors - EVER.”
How do you use these pigments?
- Add a small amount of liquid epoxy pigment to your Part A resin and mix well.
- Add the corresponding amount of Part B hardener and mix both parts together thoroughly.
- Use the resin in your resin mold, bezel, artwork surface or other project.
These pigments are perfect for coloring resin for
- River tables
- and SO MUCH MORE!
Want to learn more about these epoxy resin color pigments? Download a copy of the Resin Obsession resin pigment instructions and shop our collection of resin tools and supplies for everything you need for your resin creation! .
For the best results, use these colors with the Resin Obsession brand resins.
See how to use the colors in two minutes:
So glad I found resin obsession! And obsessed I am!
This is my first foray into resin pigments - mostly I like clear. But I wanted to do some pieces w a white background, flowers and Asian ink-style painting, and this seems to do the trick. A little goes a long way. Used w RO epoxy resin - can't comment on how it would work w others!
Wow! I’m going to tell you right up front, never doubt Katherine’s description when it comes to her biz. When she says a little goes a long way, she means it!
Oh, I thought I was soooo smart and put a glob of white into my resin mix, and BAM!!! Heated up and turned into a big ol’ blob.
Ok Katherine, you can stop laughing now I promise to never think I know more than you do about your products!
In all honesty, these are fab colors and a teeeeeeeny amount is all you need to start. Add a little more if you dare, but I’d guess you’ll be fine
These are very thick solid colorants, with a minimum amount you get a solid color finish and they do mix well with the transparent dyes
I didn't buy the whole set of the opaque colors and now wish I had. It only takes a small amount and the color is so rich and thick looking. I have the blue and have used it. I am still a newb and won't post pics because I'm told I am too much of a perfectionist. Lol... As soon as I am able, I will get all of these rich colors. Customer service was fantastic as always as was shipping time. This is truly beginning to be a resin obsession.