I have tried several other "micas" and have been greatly disappointed, until now. Brambleberry I believe the hype. Truly awesome quality!!
I bought this sampler so I could try out some different rainbow colors without having to commit to large quantities of each in case I ended up not liking them. I haven't tried all of these yet but the ones I've tried I've liked pretty well. The raspberry is a pinkish red and looked very nice in my M&P soap. I used small amount of the buttercup yellow color in a cold process soap and it turned out a very pretty light yellow. I tried the Kelly green in a M&P and it really lived up to its name and was very pretty. It was a bit light for what I was trying to achieve but nice none the less. Nomenclature of the colors have stained my washcloths or even made colored bubbles. They have all worked wonderfully and I can't wait to try the other colors.
These mica's are excellent! To answer Mabel, the colors that lather up are no cause for concern. It will rinse off easily and not stain.
I've used the yellow, orange and blue colors so far and all produced rich vibrant colors. I did notice with the blue mice that when I use this soap the water runs blue, I am not sure if this is normal. Does anybody know if this is normal. It is not staining or causing any problems
I am absolutely loving this sample pack. Loving the bright colors they produce. I mix the merlot with 2 parts fired up fuschia to get a nice shade of red as suggested by Anne - Marie on one of her blogs. slreafy nade 3 different types of rainbow type soaps. planning more. thank you Brambleberry
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