This is a beautiful golden toned green. It’s unique though, not like a lot of other green golds I’ve come across.
Ok, so my first attempt with this mica didn’t turn out as planned. Even after several days the embeds were still a khaki with a slight greenish hue. So, when I went to make the soap for which the embeds were made, I doubled the amount I thought I would need and crossed my fingers. Much, much better! This is the green I was looking for! A fabulous olive/military green! I fixed the hand grenade embeds by painting them with the mica mixed with alcohol and voila! You’re The Bomb! Cold process soaps.
Didn’t stay green in cp soap
I’m pretty bummed because I’m making an army man soap and wanted embeds in this lovely camp green. 24 hours in and it has lost all green tones and is a matte khaki color.
Amanda, please give up to 48 hours for the green to come back. Turning brown during saponification is completely normal for most green micas.
Perfect for my decorations!
This camouflage Mica was perfect for my Aliens inspired decorations. The color is unique!
Not the exact shade that I was going for, much better!
I used Camouflage Green Mica in my Lavender Sage soap for the first time. It looked exactly like I thought it would for 24 hours, then magically came to life. Excited to use this in soap dough next now that I see how beautiful the color becomes as the soap cures!