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Color Cards

Product Line Cards

Use the Meadowbrook Color Cards below to select your desired Glitter aesthetic.  Choose Polyester Jewels for “Metal-Flake”, Crystalina for iridescent Glitter, Alpha for holographic effect, Micronic for ultra-fine particles, Electric Jewels for fluorescent shades, Plastic Jewels for craft applications and Polyester Pearls for pastel colors.  The Cosmetic Jewels color chart depicts all styles using regulatory compliant colors intended for cosmetic applications.

Polyester Glitter

The most popular Glitter line of brilliant mirror-finish metallic-colored “Metal-Flake” particles that are solvent resistant, UV resistant and heat resistant.

Cosmetic Glitter

Regulatory compliant Glitters ideal for cosmetic applications demanding FDA and FD&C colors.

Biodegradable Glitter

The first precision-cut Glitter was manufactured by Meadowbrook generations ago by cutting and clarifying biodegradable cellulose, replacing shards of decorative glass as the sparkle industry standard.

crystalina glitter color cards


Transparent iridescent special-effect Glitters available in 30+ shades including cosmetic colors and solvent resistant varieties. Non-metallic.  Excellent for use dry or in water.

Alpha Jewels

(Holographic Glitter) Brilliantly prismatic metallic special effect Glitter with excellent solvent and temperature resistance properties.

Electric Glitter Color Cards. Electric Jewels Glitter

Electric Jewels

Electric Jewels Glitter include bright, fluorescent special effect polyester Glitters. Non-metallic.

Micronic Jewels

Ultra-thin, mirror-finish, metallic-colored polyester particles available in outer-dimension sizes a fine as .002" / fifty micron.

Plastic Glitter

High quality craft/decorative PVC Glitter available in sizes .015” Hex and larger.

Polyester Pearls Glitter

Pastel-shaded Glitters with superior resistance to both water and solvents. Non-metallic.

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