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Ashwinder Kaur
3/3/2017
Color Amount

Is it saying that 2 teaspoon is equivalent to 0.15 oz? Am a bit confused about this because when I convert 2 teaspoon into ounces, it comes up to 0.33 oz. So how much is put in the sample in picture? 0.15 ounce? Or 0.33 ounce?


Mary
2/8/2017
Turned out great in my CPOP Soap

I had considered adding some Lapis Blue to this color but decided just to try the violet on its own. Glad I did. It turned out a great color in my CPOP soap. I dispersed it first & did not get any speckling. There are a few places in the Soap where t is really dark colored, but I would not call it gray. I used it for the top of my soap as well & it turned out just the right purple color. Will continue to use.


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LORRIE H
1/4/2017
Purple monstar

I used this purple in my cold process soap. It did leave a couple specks :-/ It initially looked grey but I had to add more pigment until the purple came about and stayed. It would be great if I could have used the suggested amount but I had to used quite a bit more to get the color and make it stay. The end result was beautiful.


James
6/26/2016
I love it

I was reluctant to purchase it at first because some of the reviews, but it performed very well. I did NOT disperse it because I wanted a very thick trace so I put the dry powder into the batter and stick blended to a very thick trace. It is a very rich almost purple color with no specks in it.


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Pamela
1/15/2016
Not impressed with the ultramarines

Again, this leaves specks in my CP soap, even when blending first with sunflower oil.

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