Customer Reviews

by judy on 11/23/2015
A lovely shade of blue....until you put it in cp soap!! Turns an ugly purply, pink color....EVERY TIME. Never again.
Not good in cp soap
by Gigi on 10/30/2014
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!

I'm so confused!!
by Courtney on 9/11/2014
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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