Middle Row: Merlot, Opalescent Green, Red Blue
Bottom Row: Opalescent Turquoise, Patina Sheen, Rose Pearl
Bottom Row: Mauvey Gem, Silver Mica, Sparkle Violet
While some liquid colorants (like LabColors) have FD&C colorants in them and will make your soapy projects bleed, the following liquid colorants are made of non-bleeding pigments and oxides that will not bleed.
If you haven’t used color blocks yet, here is your chance to learn which ones will work for your non-bleeding M&P projects! Color blocks are a non-messy way to easily color your melt and pour soaps. One block can even color up to 10 pounds of M&P base! Need a refresher course on how to use these fun little beauties? Check it out here.
Do you have any questions about Bramble Berry’s non-bleeding colorants or how to use them? Leave me a comment below!