Green Glow in The Dark Slime Pigment Powder

Cabochons are the charms of slime mixins. They are flat beads that you can mix in slime. They are made from resins, plastic or polymer clay that are usually painted which means the resulting slime is not just crunchy, it’s colorful too. Many of the cabochons, like you see above, are shaped in mini desserts that could include cupcakes, donuts, hamburgers, strawberries and cakes but you can even find tiny coffee mugs, butterflies or leaves. You can stick them into your slime when you finish mixing the ingredients together.

Clear Slime

Daiso clay is the perfect recipe for butter slime. It recently became a trend within the slime community and got so popular in such a way that every slime expert decided to include a video of them mixing their slime with Daiso clay. It’s quite soothing to watch the Daiso clay being pushed into the slime and eventually become fully incorporated to result in a silky smooth slime. Slime fanatics will tell you that there’s a sense of satisfaction achieved when you take some messy ingredients in a bowl and transform them into something so beautiful and smooth. There are different colors of Daiso clay available as well.

When you buy slime for the first time in its natural form, you might find its smell unpleasant. Although it’s dependent on your ingredients, the scent is usually a plastic and glue fragrance, if you can imagine what that would smell like. Not particularly pleasant. Although note that some would describe the smell as soapy and actually prefer it. If you’re sensitive to smells, you may dislike playing with slime that produces a scent you aren’t fond of. In order to enjoy your experience with slime, you will need to scent it up. There’s a variety of scents that are popular among slime including bubblegum, chocolate, strawberry, cotton candy, peppermint and coconut, among others. These scents are produced by essential oils and will blend easily with slime.

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