Key West Lime La Bomb- "invigorating"
Is this colorant oil based? I was wondering if I could use it for making soy candles. It worked amazing on my bath bombs haven't tried them in the bath though. Will they leave a color ring around the tub or color your skin?
this is a very fun lime green and i think the name is just perfect, some people arent very good at using the la bomb colorants because when i use them i go all out and great really true vibrant colors, the green here is nice because the more you add the brighter and greener it gets, its a bright slightly light lime slime green to like a forest green or a leaf green which is richer and darker, its perfect for a fun pop of color, looks great with yellow
Overall I like this color. It is easy to use, mixes in well and gives a nice light green color. whwn I first used this type of color I was under the impression I would have to add 3-4 drops to color the whole batch and that the more I added the darker of a green I would get. This was not the case- I had to add muh more than 3 drops and still ended up with a very light green color. Maybe I'm using it wrong cause it doesn't seem like you should have to use so much for one small batch. I added it to the dry ingredients and mixed it in before starting to spritz with witch hazel.
Reply from Bramble Berry Hi Stephanie! I'm so glad you like the Key West Lime La Bomb! Though, I'm sorry it was not what you expected and you had to use so much to get the color you wanted. To achieve the color pictured we used 7 drops of this colorant as shown in our Talk It Out Tuesday post on LaBomb Colorants! I will email you personally to help troubleshoot!
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