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Sedoso Eye Shadow with K-RAY® DarkMagenta & K-RAY® G DIAMOND SPARKLE RED (Formulation #KEY-097C)

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This silky eye shadow applies smoothly as a result of Kobo's ASG treated materials. The Stearoyl Glutamic Acid (ASG) Treatment is an amino acid coating that offers hydrophobic properties, promotes good skin adhesion and imparts a great creamy feel, especially in powders. MSS-500/N enhances feel and product payoff. CARESS® BN06, Boron Nitride, is used for superior softness and tactility, superb spreadability, excellent adherence, long lasting effect and good coverage. ZINC MYRISTATE is a dry binder used for skin adherence and powder compressibility. K-RAY® DarkMagenta (a small particle size mica based effect pigment) and K-RAY® G DIAMOND SPARKLE RED (a large particle size effect pigment based on a calcium aluminum borosilicate substrate) impart a sparkle effect.

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Since 1987 Kobo has provided innovative, technology-based raw materials to the cosmetic industry. The product range includes Surface Treated Pigments, Microspheres, Suncare and Color Dispersions, Silicone Fluids, Specialties, Natural Ingredients, Effect Pigments, Boron Nitride and Delivery Systems. Kobo has five locations, USA (Corporate Headquarters), France, Japan, Brazil and UK and is represented globally by independent agents. To request information, data and samples, please use our electronic order form or contact us.

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