Sample bags contain one generous teaspoon (approx. 3-4 g).
Goldfinger mica is stunning. So is James Bond. Not only is this one of our very favorite gold mica colors, but every time this mica gets mentioned, Joanna starts belting out the song... Shirley Bassey style.
It causes quite a commotion here at the madhouse. Shirley got paid for her singing. For a reason. We'll just leave it at that.
This is a rich coppery gold, not a yellow gold. If you are looking for a yellow gold, try Sister Golden Hair Surprise!
|Goldfinger (SDS/MSDS)||Gold Mica|
|Ingredients||Mica (77019), Iron Oxide (77491), Titanium Dioxide (77891), Tin Dioxide (778161)|
|Solubility||Disperses in oil|
|Particle Size||10-60 µm|
|FDA Permitted Cosmetic Uses|
|General (Including Lips)||Yes|
|Bath Bombs & Bath Products||Yes|
Usage rates in Cold Process soap: 1-2 tsp. per pound of oils.
Usage rates in Melt & Pour soap: 1/4-1/2 tsp per pound of M&P base.
Adjust these calculations to lighten or darken your desired hue. These amounts create bright colors with no colored suds.
Bath Bomb Notes
To use in bath bombs or other water applications, you must use polysorbate 80 (emulsifier) at a rate of 1-2% of your total batch weight. This should disperse the color evenly and eliminate mica from floating on the water's surface or leaving a ring of mica around the bathtub.
Perfect for coloring or even for a sprinkle on top! My fav gold!
Thanks Mad Mica's for carrying nothing but the best quality in products, won't shop anywhere else!
I was making gold coin soaps for St Patrick's Day and included a sample of this with my first order at Mad Micas and this color was totally awesome. My customers were amazed at the vibrant color. Mad Micas makes it very easy to try new colors with their great samples. I will no longer buy my colorants anywhere else.
I was so anxious to use this color. I used it as a swirl accent in an all black soap. Only problem is the next day it was a bright orange not gold at all.
This a fantastic gold with a rich, warm color. It worked really well for my Gryffindor inspired soap!
Goldfinger is indispensable for achieving a gold color--though I usually mix it with yellow or orange, and maybe a bit of white mica to get the exact shade of gold I'm looking for. It's nice mixed with various reds and oranges for "autumn leaf" type colors, or in swirls including Metallica.