Initial Thoughts: Really pretty coral color in the bag! I really was hoping it wouldn’t morph.
Results: It did morph. I thought it would. When I mixed it in the soap it became very orange-y and as it cured it lighted a bit, and it definitely has a coral feel to it, just a more muted earthy coral than the bright and vibrant one. Still a pretty color and it’ll work for what I want to do with it.
COLOR: Blackstar Gold
Initial Thoughts: Basic brown.
Results: This turned out exactly how I thought it would. It did get a slight layer of ash to it. I poured thin flat layers (cause I was using these for cutouts) and you can see how the top side is whitish. I also added a fair amount of brown mica to get this color. This is one of those where I little doesn’t go a long way. Also, I used this on a batch of soap that had a very yellow fragrance in it and that affected it a little. I should have added more color and I didn’t so they’re much lighter in color.
Initial Thoughts: Love this color. It’s so pretty.
Results: What you see is what you get. This one mixed with absolutely no color change at all. Really nice color and I didn’t have to use a tone of mica to the get it either!
COLOR: Shimmering Sea Foam
Initial Thoughts: I love this kind of muted green.
Results: The color stayed pretty much true to the original mica. I do think with some fragrance oils there might be a little bit of color morphing (especially a FO heavy in yellow). This one also collected a layer of ash, but again I was just pouring a small flat and thin batch lots of air getting into the mold…but I had poured a little too thick so I cut the leaves in half and the middle is the pretty green!