Love the name, love the color!This is an amazing color! It's a mix between forest green and teal blue. I used it for the first time to make some holiday soaps, and love it in the finished product. Pairs really well with Alpine green if you're looking for complimentary greens. - Leslie
“In spite of all the refinements of civilization that conspired to make art - the dizzying perfection of the string quartet or the sprawling grandeur of Fragonard's canvases - beauty was savage. It was as dangerous and lawless as the earth had been eons before man had one single coherent thought in his head or wrote codes of conduct on tablets of clay. Beauty was a Savage Garden.” -Anne Rice,The Vampire Lestat
Beauty is wild. Beauty is untamed. This color represents all of these things perfectly with green and blue tones intertwined to make a color that is as wild and untamed as the Savage Garden and beauty itself.
Savage Garden is identical to our original Kombu Green mica (2013-2016).
I used this for the first time with my activated charcoal batch. It's a beautiful blue/green forest color. I used a tbsp in 32oz of oil. I will use more next time as it was too light but I am excited to play with this color! Will probably use this color to make Christmas tree cupcake soaps for Christmas.
My absolute favorite color. I love it as is or blended with more yellow toned greens to create (my) perfect green.
This green is my favorite one! Nice and dark, with a shimmer. It looks beautiful in my soap, and compliments many other colors
Used the to make some swirls in my Grim Reaper soap GORGEOUS!! Cream and Green, perfect!!
Love this color!
I used this in a sandalwood and eucalyptus soap for an in the pot swirl and it turned out very nicely. Lovely, rich, deep color that stays pretty true. In CP soap IMO.