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Good if you know what you're doing

I bought the set of colors and so far my absolute favorite is "Gurlie Pink". Its vibrant and dyes the bath water a beautiful rich pink color. You have to work the color into your mix for a good 10 minutes. I spray my mix with a spray bottle about 3 times gently while working the color in. That way it doesn't speckle. I didn't think the lilac was anything to write home about. It didn't give me the color I wanted for my lavender themed bath bomb. But maybe I haven't perfected it yet. Overall these colorants are awesome and great quality.

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Awesome for Bombs and...

Also used this for coloring clear melt and pour for embeds! Worked like a charm! I used the lilac and colored some small raspberry shaped embeds and love them! just takes a drop or two till you get your desired color.

Verified Purchase
love it

I carefully read everyone else's reviews and the replies so! I was prepared to warm my la bomb colors before adding to my mixture and it turned out very well each time. I had a uniform color--even thru all the bombs. I did not go for a deep saturated color, just a shading which did color water somewhat. I think this is a good product.

La bomb colorant

Horrible!! speckled really badly!

Kelsey from Bramble Berry replies...
Hi Debra! I'm sorry these colorants speckled in your bath bombs. The La Bombs do take awhile to mix in fully - up to 5 minutes. The best way to blend them is to rub the mixture with the color quickly between your palms. This way the heat from the friction of your hands warms the glycerin a bit. You can also give the thicker colors a hot water bath so that the color is more fluid. Letting those thicker colorants warm and thin definitely helps to prevent any speckling that may happen. Find out more in our LaBomb Colorants! blog post.

bath water colour

Do all these colorants turn the water the colour of that dye??