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Looks pretty in CP!

Although it does turn a stunning shade of orange when first incorporated, it went back to being a bright, cheerful yellow within a few hours of CPOP! Reminds me of lemons & at 1 generous tsp/PPO the color is very vibrant & true! I also blended this mica with BB's "Kelly Green" mica at a ratio of 1/4tsp yellow to 1/2tsp green to produce a lovely shade of lime green! This mixture looked olive green when first incorporated in my soap, but as before, within an hour or so of CPOP, it turned an incredible shade of lime green & exactly what I was going for! I am VERY happy with this versatile & beautiful mica! Will absolutely purchase again!

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Looks beautiful

Made a gorgeous soft yellow after starting orange, just like BB warned. I didn’t use much, only about 1/4 teaspoon per pound, so I hope it doesn’t fade. I love the soft lemony color. Sprinkled a little on top before curing and swirled it in. Looks pretty.

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of all my yellow collorants this one is by far the best! it works amazing in CP and MP soaps, and is so bright and cheery. i abosolutley love it!

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I love it

I love the burnt orange it became and would have been satisfied with that color. However, it did change back to a nice yellow after 24 hours.

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Fades To White :(

I have used this yellow three times in CP soap, and it always fades after just a few weeks! I've even tried upping the amount hoping it would stick! That still didn't help. All my soap is stored in a cool, dark closet so sunlight isn't to blame. I'm just really bummed!

Tina from Bramble Berry replies...
In our tests and recipes the Buttercup Mica should not fade in cold process soap. We used 1 tsp of mica per lb of soap to create the soap sample color above. Also see that mica used in our Honeycrisp Apple Cold Process Soap Tutorial. Customer service has emailed you directly to help troubleshoot.