Red Velvet Pigment Paste

Red Velvet Pigment Paste

Regular price$15.00
  • Made in the USA
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Add some of our Red Velvet Epoxy Pigment Paste to your mixed epoxy resin to create a unique red metallic color. 

Each jar contains 1.5 ounces of highly concentrated Epoxy Pigment Paste.

Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews
Sunshyne & Rayne - Ebony Bell
Pigment Paste

Absolutely love the deep color of this pigment paste. I can hardly wait to use it on a project.


I love this product

Jessica Johnson
Red velvet pigment paste

The red velvet pigment paste is such a beautiful red, reminds me of red velvet cake with an incredible shimmer. I love using it in my KSRESIN projects! It also mixes well with the salt water blue to create an unbelievable purple!!!! Cannot wait for my additional colors to arrive.

Patricia Hill

I ordered the red velvet pigment paste. It’s a beautiful darker red color. It’s super thick and creamy. Mixes very easily. I can’t wait to get the other colors.

Debbie Schaffer
Love this

I switched over to KS resins a few months ago. I was nervous at first because so much is riding on getting good resin. I didn’t get good resin, I got great resin. I love it’s long working time and less bubbles. I get no fumes that I can detect and find this resin easy to work with a a good price. Try’ll love it.

Lynne Kramer
Red Velvet

Beautiful color! Takes very little to get rich color and is easy to mix in. Love all the colors!

Stephanie Hancock

This stuff is amazing. The sparkle and color intensity are awesome!

Mixes and melts into resin perfectly

Super impressed with this red, it really is velvet. Red is a difficult color to find good shades in, been hunting for this red for awhile and I'm excited to use it more.

Happyowl Frost
Red velvet Pigment paste

I love the color. It mixed very good in the resin and my art piece was great. I highly recommend it.

Calley zecca
Name is a little misleading

Don’t get me wrong. It’s a gorgeous color, but I wouldn’t call it red. It’s more of a deep copper or rust color. I love it, I’d buy it again, but I was looking for red, and that’s not what I got.