A Mad Micas Uncharted Color™
Uncharted Colors™ are painstakingly created and tested in our lab by our in-house colorists. They are available only from Mad Micas and authorized resellers.
A rich, metallic copper comes to life with cosmic gold flecks throughout, making Supernova hit astronomical new heights.
Supernova is incredibly flexible, making a liquid-metal statement when added to formulas for lips, eyes, and epoxy resin, and using MP soap as a perfect medium to show off its complex depths.
CP soap brings something a bit more subtle but still amazing: it cures to a gorgeous copper with gold sparkles scattered like distant supernovas.
Supernova is one of six amazing new Uncharted Colors inspired by photographs captured by the James Webb Space Telescope. Two new colors will be released every two weeks from January 19, 2023 through February 16th, 2023.
SoapCP soap stable
EyesFDA-permitted for eye area use
LipsFDA-permitted for use on lips
NailsFDA-permitted for external use
ExternalFDA-permitted for external use
ResinBeautiful in resin
CraftsGreat for arts & crafts
MeltsWorks in wax melts
|FDA-Permitted for External Use||Yes|
|FDA-Permitted for Eye Area Use||Yes|
|FDA-Permitted for General (Including Lips) Use||Yes|
|FDA-Permitted for Bath Bombs Use||Yes|
|Particle Size||5–60 μm|
|Usage Rate CP Soap||2 tsp per lb of oils|
|Usage Rate MP Soap||½ tsp lb of MP base|
|Ingredients||Mica (CI 77019), iron oxide (CI 77491), fluorphlogopite (CAS 12003-38-2), titanium dioxide (CI 77891), tin dioxide (CI 77861)|
- Usage rates can be varied to lighten or darken hue. Listed amounts create bright colors with no colored suds.
- White MP base will always create a pastel form of the color due to titanium dioxide in base.
- For mica-specific information not available on this page, please consult provided data sheets.
- Larger sizes are available. Please email email@example.com for pricing and information.
- L1527 and Protostar photo credits: Science: Megan Reiter (Rice University) - Image: NASA, ESA, CSA, STScI - Image processing: Joseph DePasquale (STScI), Alyssa Pagan (STScI), Anton M. Koekemoer (STScI)
- Carina Nebula Jets photo credits: Science: Megan Reiter (Rice University) - Image: NASA, ESA, CSA, STScI - Image processing: Joseph DePasquale (STScI), Anton M. Koekemoer (STScI)
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