Blue is a primary color, so there is no way to mix it from other colors. Mita Line blue is a neutral blue that is slightly lighter than American flag blue. I had to make this one from blue pigment as I can’t mix a blue from other colors.
No exciting stories about this line because I think I’ve only used it once.
The best blue pigment is made out of cobalt, which is poisonous. It’s hard to find a true blue pigment in a matte shade- lots of shimmers and frosts, but fewer matte blues. I don’t have any medium blue matte shadow in the same shade as the Mita Line, so I picked the closest color I could find from my 120 eyeshadow palette. It’s a cool item to have, but it kind of scares me. I bought it from a Chinese online retailer and the colors are so bright, I kind of wonder if they are made with cheaper non-cosmetic grade pigments. I might invest in a chemical testing kit to see what I find.
Anyway, here it is! I’m sorry I didn’t take a picture of the eyeshadow I used for it. I will try to update later.
Check out my earlier pigment tutorials if you want to find out how to make nail polish using eyeshadow!