Cold Process Colorant Master Class
with Kathryn HackneyPresented at the Handcrafted Soap & Cosmetic Guild Conference in 2013
If you missed Kathryn Hackney's Cold Process Colorant Master Class at the 2013 Handcrafted Soap & Cosmetic Guild Conference, here is your chance to get her presentation and hand-out from the class all in one document in a PDF (e-book) format. Coloring your cold process soap has tremendous benefits. Whether you have a successful soap business or hand out bars as gifts, understanding color use will give your product that extra WOW factor. Soap is all about our senses and color adds to that visual appeal. We love handmade soap because it feels great on our skin, it smells divine, and it looks amazing. You can match color to the fragrance for an even stronger sensory association. As business owners creating a brand and look for your products, color is a great way to form a cohesive and recognizable theme. Consider what your goals are when using color. Are you bright and bold, or simple and natural?
Let’s find the right colorant for you!
41 pages with full color photos on every page in a digital PDF. Including over 60 examples of colorants in CP soap.
This is an electronic file in PDF format - once your payment is processed (usually within 24 hours) you will be able to download a copy from your account. If you need any help - just call us!
Reply from Bramble Berry
This is actually a master class from the Soap Guild Show in 2013. If you want a more detailed book on colorants, we would suggest checking out
Coloring Soap Naturally
Color with Confidence.
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