When I go the Resin Paste I though that it was faulty because it was all dried up. It turns out that you have to put it on hot water for a few minutes and give it a stir. Then it comes back to life! Having tried mica powder and resin paste, I prefer the paste. It is less messy to handle and consistently judging amount is easier. You don't need much so go easy until you get a feel for it. At first, I thought that it would not disperse as easy as powder but there is not problem. I definitely plan to buy more different colors.
I love magic resins resin pastes
I've used the Resin Paste one time and my experience was not particularly satisfying; however, before continuing I must point out that I like Magic Resin (deep pour) so I'm inclined to be positive until ... I'm not.
Some of the containers were less that 1/2 full and dried out - maybe their natural state in the wild? The paste, when added to the resin, tended to 'clump' and required vigourous stirring to break it up. In the end, I simply removed the remaining (smaller) clumps and allowed the resin to do its magic. The end result was good and the colours deep & rich.
Your concern is, of course, would I buy more paste... probably not, at least until I try several more pours.
a little dab will do ya! strong pigment and great effect in my dominoes!
Très satisfaite bonne qualité se mélange très bien à la résine.livraison hyper rapide