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Brazen Hussy Red-Orange Neon Pigment

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Regular price $ 1.50

Sample bags contain one generous teaspoon (approx. 3-4 g).

If any color POPS, this is the one.  It's bright, bold and attracts! We had such a hard time naming this that we would enlist our Facebook followers to come up with a name. We got some great ones, and loved reading all of the suggestions, but Brazen Hussy just spoke to us.

This colorant is a vixen: reliably flashy, daring, shameless, saucy and mischievous!  This color (and those qualities) should be in everyone's back pocket to flaunt when necessary.

Neon pigments are not approved for cosmetic use by the FDA. They are for soap and craft projects only. 

General Information
Brazen Hussy (SDS/MSDS) Red-Orange Pigment
Ingredients Polyester 3, acid red 92 (CI 45410)
Solubility Disperses in oil
Particle Size 1-2 µm

Not FDA approved for cosmetic use. Use in soap and crafts only.

Soap Notes

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.

Customer Reviews

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M
M.E.
My absolute favorite

This color is beautiful. I great neon coral color. It’s not too red, not too orange!!

C
C.W.
Brazen Hussy

I purchased this color to get the ultimate red and yes it really works. I appreciate so much that Mad Mica's is always looking for the best ways for us to use their colors, and that they provide detailed information online. I love this company.

B
B.
Awesome!

I love this color. It is the perfect mix and so bright! Can't wait to make more soaps with it.

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D.B.
Very bright pigment!

I love this pigment! It stays true to color in cold process! Absolutely beautiful!

B
B.W.
Very Beautiful Pop!

This is the best bright orange/pinkish red color I've found. It holds true and beautiful in Cold process soap and doesn't thicken the batch during a pour like some micas tend to do!