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    Silver Mist Mica

    $1.50 USD
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    Silver Mist Mica: a captivating mica with a unique color that transforms from a soft blue with a silver sheen to a delicate purplish hue in soap. 

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 159 reviews
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    Gena Prater (Louisville, US)

    The color was wonderful and fit the description

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    A.M. (Chantilly, US)
    I love this serious shade

    Very classy color.

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    Paula M. (Fresno, US)
    What a beautiful color

    I used this color to make some mother's day soaps and it's absolutely beautiful. Behaved in my soap. I will definitely use it again.

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    m.w. (Southport, US)
    Lovely mica!

    Has a beautiful lavender hue and was perfect for my “moon”in a night sky soap.

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    K. (Easthampton, US)
    Intriguing

    This was a fun color to try! Sparkles too

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    Huney Du (Ventura, US)
    Never go without this color!

    This is an amazing color, it comes across as a really nice silver tone in my soaps. It has a slight purple hue which I think makes the silver look more authentic. Sometimes I add some NS white super sparkle mica/glitter to it and WOW! It really shines as silver!

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    P.R. (Rochester, US)
    Not overly shiny

    In CP the shine did not over power, using more could possibly make it ultra shine if thats what you are going for. It was more subtle and a dull grey purple in CP, but it was exactly what I was looking for.

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    K. (Chicopee, US)
    Kind of grey in soap

    Looks kinda grey in soap but has a sparkle to it. Its a pretty color mixed with the oils tho!

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    Tonya Praus (Dickinson, US)
    Silver Mist Mica

    I loved this mica the first time I used it. Bluish silver but can really transform if a little bit of color added.

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    K.
    Stunning!

    This is my go-to for anything I need in a silvery-light grey color! Soaps, lotion bars, sugar scrubs, wax melts, you name it, it goes in it. It gives off that slight purple hue that makes it pair perfectly with purples and blues!