Excellent and True Navy Blue!This is hands down the truest navy blue I have found! It is lovely! I cannot say enough about how much I adore it. Most blues come out dull. This really just nails it! - Candice
Dark Navy Blue is our deepest most sultry blue. It is unlike other blues that have a pop of brightness to them. This blue is more mysterious with hints of black. In soap, it can look black with a bit of blue...A true dark navy blue.
This is a tricky color to work with. We recommend this color for those who are more advanced soap makers. When not enough is used it can go gray. It can also have a greenish cast in very yellow or green oils. Use as white of a base as possible. Don't add titanium dioxide to make your base more white, as this will make any color used more pastel. The oils themselves must be as close to white as possible.
The use rate is 2 tsp. per pound of oils. If you use less this color will be gray. This color performs best when fully gelled. When used correctly, this color produces a dark navy black/blue unlike any other, and it's absolutely gorgeous!