I'm not a fan of this color at all. For some reason this color dried pretty ashy on the top.. I'm so sad it ruined 2 of my batches while all my other candles/ colors came out fine
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I used a straight paraffin with an additive, (stearic acid at 2%) and the color turned out exactly as pictured for paraffin. In fact it’s so dark, I’ll probably use less per pound next time to get a slightly lighter shade of blue. I haven’t used it yet is soy, but I expect it will be much lighter, as shown in the example. I love all of Candle Science’s color blocks!
The color isn't nearly as deep as pictured. I used this with EcoSoya Advanced CB wax.
The color I got (with IGI 6006) was more like the dusty blue of fresh blueberries. I was really hoping for the color that was on the bag, but it still worked out since I was working with a blueberry scent anyways. Just not what I was hoping for.