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Cellini Blue Mica: This is a deep, vibrant teal blue color. It is also an edible mica so it can be used in body dust, body butters and lip butters. This mica does require a bit of TLC when stirring in. We recommend mixing it with your fragrance oil (that you're using for the batch) as it is not as easily dispersible as our other micas. To create create a good color in cold process, we used ¾ teaspoon of colorant (about 0.15 oz before dispersing) in 1 pound of soap.

NOTE: This is a bleeding/migrating color. Please remember this when designing your soap. Also, Cellini Blue will morph to purple or mauve in cold process (CP) soap.

Safe for use in lip balms and eye shadows 

Botanical Name: Mica, Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891), FD&C Blue No. 1 Lake (CI 42090), Hydrogenated Polybutene, Palmitic Acid
Common Name:   Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Blue 1, Hydrogenated Polybutene, Palmitic Acid


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by Gigi
on 10/30/2014
Not good in cp soap
I used this mica twice, in the first batch I mixed it with yellow to make green, I was able to get a beautiful yellow & green leaf swirl on top of my soap, then about 30 minutes into the curing phase, I noticed the green kept getting lighter, the next morning all the green was gone, the second batch I used it as is, and it turned into a very pretty mauve color, which was actually a nice blend with the other colors, not blaming BB, I am new to cp soaping and learning as I go, next time I will read the pro's & cons before using different products!

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Gigi! As the description says, this color will morph into purple or mauve in cold process soap. It's still a nice color, just not the blue you were going for! You can read more about micas in cold process in this Talk It Out Tuesday: Colorants blog post. In melt and pour and other products it creates a beautiful bright blue, as seen in this Matte Finish Nail Polish Tutorial. I'll be emailing you personally to discuss this!

by Courtney
on 9/11/2014
I'm so confused!!
I really love how vibrant this mica looks on the computer, yet I'm getting into making nail polishes, are your micas safe to use to dd a touch of color to my polishes?? No one has commented about them I would love to know.

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Courtney! You can definitely use this mica in nail polish. Also, check out our Suspending Nail Polish Base for a list of all the colorants we've found work great in nail polish.

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