This is my first experience using water soluble dyes. I’ve only used Mica before. I bloomed it in about a cup of baking soda 1/4 tsp dye. After drying overnight and putting it in my magic bullet to mix up the chunks, it was a nice pink colour. I did not add it to my recipe one to one with the baking soda that it called for. I only added about 2 tsp of the bloomed dye ! It turned a gorgeous hot pink! I wish I could upload a picture! i’m not sure why Dora below didn’t get a pink color. Mine was a hot hot pink ;)
I was VERY disappointed that this color isn't pink, let alone HOT pink. It's a pinkISH-purple that's more purple than pink. After some consideration, it is still gorgeous, bright, & a great addition to have. *** It's also a color that can not be replicated with with red 28 & blue 1 (or at least I couldn't). I still feel like FF should change the color swatch & name to correctly identify this color because it is misleading, but it's an amazing color none the less.
A little goes a long way, b b6e careful you don't spill any the color is very potent!
Very nice vibrant colour, even the smallest amount can do the magic! I used it for my bath bombs and embeds and they turned out great and it didn't stain the bathtub. Also loved the "juicy pineapple" sample they sent me when I purchased the dyes, it smells fantastic! Now I can't wait to try some of the scents they created with Quench Bear!!