Call me crazy, but when a company says their colors are stable in CP soap, I actually expect said colors to be stable in CP soap. I've purchased from this company in the past and had no problems with their colorants. I won't name the company, but I will let you know that their company initials are not BB. So, I didn't hesitate to purchase some bright neons from them to liven up my spring/summer soaps.
Needless to say, I was quite annoyed when my soap, called Purple Hooters mind you, morphed from what was 2 beautiful shades of PURPLE to pink. What in the world...
Maybe, I'm a little weird, but I'm more annoyed that I had to come up with a new soap name than the morphed colors. Am I the only soap-maker who struggles with soap names? They don't come easy to me.
The colors themselves wound up giving me the name. I was muttering about the bad, misbehaving colors when inspiration struck...I think. I'm tentatively calling this "Misbehavin" as a nod to these naughty colors.
This was my first successful attempt with the oil mica swirl method. I love texturing my soap tops and it took a minute for me to realize that it will mess up the mica swirl. I'm thinking that if I let the batter firm up a bit more, there may be a way to get a little more height in there. Oh well, till next time :0)