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Post by Flying Laughter on Fri Jan 06, 2012 5:12 pm

Looking for a good white, black and red star blend.
Where do you get them from (specific site)?
What brand would you recommend?
Anyone know where they sell starblend "mini palettes" to try them out?
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Re: Best star blends

Post by helena on Fri Jan 06, 2012 5:30 pm

Starblends are by Mehron and I got mine from Silly Farm. I don't know if they sell mini palettes, but you might try the Mehron site directly and see if they have any... can't remember seeing them anywhere tho'



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Re: Best star blends

Post by Miss Ronnie on Fri Jan 06, 2012 5:38 pm

As far as I know, they do not offer a Starblend palette....I remember going to Mehron's (the Manufacturer) website and I don't recall seeing a sampler or pallette. You can, however, get a sampler of Ben Nye Lumieres... I have it and it's wonderful... but it is not opaque at all.
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Post by Pepcious on Mon Jan 09, 2012 5:45 pm

What are the best cake paints to mix colored pallets. I heard DFX was soft and Wolfe was just a little harder?
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Re: Best star blends

Post by a face painting mom on Thu Jan 12, 2012 8:19 am

Star blends are made by mehron, and I have not seen them in smaller size, but that would be awsome. I use the Ben Nye Lumeires too, they are more like eye shadows, but are very nice for bases and are smaller. There is a whole thread on making your own with stuff you can pick up at Coastal scents, Suzie Sparkels put it all together, she did it with mica powders to make lumier powders, but you probably could make powders with more opacity, they have titaniam dioxide on the coastal site. The thread was moving that direction. I will look for the link.
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