Beautiful This is the truest red I have ever used, it is my go to from now on. So far no indication of any bleeding or fading. My Christmas soaps are turning out great. - Brenda
Our other red colors are great, but they are pink-based reds. Our True Red Trio Red Mica Set is an orange-based red. Think Folgers coffee can red. BRIGHT red.
The best part about this set? It will not bleed. Ever. It is a beautifully stable and true bright red in all types of soaps.
To use our True Red Trio blend equal parts of all three colors together very well. This can be done by adding the colors to a bit of oil then mixing very well with a mini-mixer. You can also blend the three colors together dry in a mixing cup (be sure to mix very well) and then add oil to further disperse the color. Add this mix to your soap and viola! You will have a true and bright super red!
This red can be premixed. This helps to disperse the colors evenly and help achieve a true red. To premix this color, mix the colors in a cup until well-blended and add enough oil to cover the blend. Mix this well and let the oils saturate the colors. This mix will not expire until the oils used to blend it do, so you can have this mix on-hand and use it whenever you're ready!
If using in melt and pour, mix the blend in a bit of alcohol or glycerin to disperse the color, and then add it to your soap base. Be sure the blend is very well-mixed before adding to your base
I'm new to it all. I've been soaping for 2 months. So when the 3 containers came. (?). I read the info. OH. I used it and made embeds. Awesome. So then I made a loaf of soap. Using the trio, I made an in the pot swirl.WOW it worked again.
This is an awesome red combo! I wanted a true red for some Christmas soaps, so I ordered this and the Emerald Green for Christmas colors. I have had trouble with red pigments before with bleeding into the color next to it or having some red suds. This one hasn't bled any and the suds are not tinted, yea! Thanks Nurture Soap. :)
I found the colours do make a lovely Xmas red
I love this mica trio. Prior to trying this, I was using really red pigment. I prefer this trio to the pigment. A much more beautiful red saturation.