CHAMELEON PIGMENT – CASPIAN GOLD
Chameleon pigments are a type of colour-shifting pigment that change colour depending on the angle of observation and the angle of incident light. They are also known as interference pigments, iridescent pigments, or colour travel pigments.
Chameleon pigments are typically made up of thin layers of different materials, such as titanium dioxide and iron oxide, that are stacked on top of each other. These layers interact with light in a way that causes interference and reflection, leading to the colour-changing effect.
When viewed from different angles, chameleon pigments can appear to change colours, often producing a mesmerizing effect that is highly sought after in the cosmetics and automotive industries. They can be used to create a range of colours, including metallic hues, pastels, and vivid shades.
Chameleon pigments are highly valued for their ability to add depth, complexity, and uniqueness to a product or surface. They are commonly used in automotive paints, nail polish, eye shadows, and other cosmetics (see MSDS for details).
ANOLIS – BLUE-GREEN
ANTHIUS – ORANGE/YELLOW – VIOLET/BLUE
AURORA – ULTRA VIOLET-JADE GREEN-NEON BLUE
CARIBBEAN DREAMS – GREEN-GOLD-BLUE
CASPIAN GOLD – GOLD-GREEN-BLUE VIOLET
CERBERUS – PURPLE-BLUE
CHIMERA – GREEN-PURPLE
CHROMIS – BLUE-GREEN
EUROPA – PURPLE-GREEN
MIDNIGHT PURPLE – PURPLE-DARK BLUE
NEPTUNE – ULTRA VIOLET-NEON BLUE
OBLIVION – BLUE-PURPLE-ORANGE
PEACOCK FLAIR – BLUE-TURQUOISE-PURPLE
PERSIA – GOLD/YELLOW – VIOLET
POSEIDON – TURQUOISE/BLUE-PURPLE-RED-GREEN
PROMETHEUS – PURPLE-GOLD-RED-COPPER-BRONZE
SAHARA – GOLD/YELLOW – RED/VIOLET
SCORPIUS – GREEN-GOLD-COPPER-ORANGE-RED
SOCKEYE – GREEN-BLUE-VIOLET-RED
TBC – PURPLE-BLUE-DARK GREEN
TYPHON – PURPLE-BLUE-LIGHT GREEN