Shopping Cart

Specials

Products

Resources

  • 1982 Blue Mica in CP soap

click on thumbnail to zoom
Choose OneQtyPrice
1 oz
$3.00Add to CartAdd to Wishlist
16 oz
$28.05Add to CartAdd to Wishlist

Description 

Currently out of stock. Estimated to be back on August 9th

Here for a limited time only. 1982 Blue Mica - For those of who love blue eye-shadow and big hair, this may take you down memory lane, when many of us grew into women and men. This ultramarine is more subtle than our Ultramarine Blue (medium), with hints of sparkly iridescence. In CP Soap, it is the ultimate early 80's blue.

Reviews

Average Rating:
(based on 8 reviews)

Showing 1 - 5 of 8 Reviews:

by Jennifer
on 6/28/2014
Great Blue
I used this in my cp and it turned out great!! I was trying for a Detroit Lion's blue and it looked great. Almost matched it perfectly. So since my family is all from Detroit, I now call it (privately, LOL) my Lion blue. Get plenty. I do my cp soaps for men and it makes a good manly color no matter what I pair it with.
by Sherry
on 5/17/2014
Wonderful Shade!
I used this color in some bath bombs and melts. Made it a lovely light/medium blue. I cannot wait to use it in my CP!
by Lydia
on 4/17/2014
wonderful color
I used some 1982 Blue Mica in a batch of goat's milk M&P soap. I used a fair deal, and it came out a very nice, medium-dark blue color. I had a little trouble mixing it in, a few speckles of darker blue sunk to the bottom of the mold, but they added a bit of character, so I didn't mind at all! Definitely a great color, I can't wait to use it again!
by Evie
on 1/13/2014
beautiful in my men's soaps
I've used this in two of my men's soaps and both turned out absolutely beautiful. The first soap was a lovely two tone with equal parts gray and blue layers with a touch of white shavings on the top. I used a shea butter base and the blue was a soft shade, just darker than a pastel. It ended up being a really pretty soap and partnered well with a more feminine product to create a nice his and her's collection. My second soap was an edgy looking sea salt soap. I used an olive oil base, activated charcoal and sea salts to create a really wonderful exfoliation bar for dirty men. To give it some excitement I added texture to the tops of each bar and a touch of blue mica. The blue was so dark it was almost a mixture of a royal blue and a midnight blue. It definitely had a "hard rock" feel to it. Its so nice to create truly manly looking soaps. Really helps me reach more of my client bases needs.
by Lynn
on 12/25/2013
morphs
I too have found this morphs into silver. I used it once in a batch of mp and found that it lost it's color. When I read that ppl are having issue with it turning, I used it in my cp. I soaped at 75 degrees and immediately put it in the fridge. It still turned. It's very pretty in the soap, both as blue in raw soap and silver in finished soap.

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Lynn, I’m sorry to hear that this mica did not behave well for you. We have had good luck with this mica, and used it for this Frog Foot Swirl Tutorial. I will be emailing you personally to try and figure out why it may have morphed.

12
Review and Rate this Item

Email A Friend

Send your friend a link to this product.