The following reviews are from our old website, and predate 2015. Items were ranked from 1 - 5.
This does not work in soap. Even melt and pour it goes to a yucky yellow gray... TKB Responds: Because the color contains Ferric Ferrocyanide for its blue and this ingredient disappears to nothing in soap. If you are a soapmaker, shop only in our SOAP/SALTS section to be safe. This color is not listed there.
Add a little gold coloring to this and you have the color of the ocean...clean and gorgeous making you wish you could jump in on a nice summer evening...
Gorgeous long lasting color that can be used again and again to create colors of beauty.
This has got to be one of the most beautiful blues I have ever seen, it offers elegance and style with an array of lovely hues popping through. The name "peacock" says it all. I think everyone should try this elegant shade.
This blue is fantastic. "Peacock" is an ideal way to describe it. It's got gold and green that linger behind the blue, giving it a gorgeous effect when worn.
When I received my order from TKB and my friends and I examined the micas, Indian Blue was an instant hit, even before we swatched it on our hands. It is BEYOND gorgeous, a cyan color with gold highlights. It reminds me of Sikhs--many of them wear this popular blue color turban, and gold is of course equally popular throughout India. :) I can't gush about this color enough...this deserves 6 out of 5 stars!
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i have never seen anything like this color before. its got shimmer and gold and green tones in it. its simply amazing. love it!
Turquoise/teal with green and gold sheen,so beautiful if you mix it with a deeper blue.
I absolutely love love love this color I have just ordered more of it because every time I wear people want it. So amazing. I just love it.
This is my favorite blue . Very complex with other colors hiding in the mix. Just amazing .
I bought the 2 and the capricorn sea seems to disappear when blending but this indian blue is brighter and better and blends well. My favorite blue that ive purchased so far.
My girlfriend looked at this colr and ased "What will you make with that!!?" LOL Then I made a smoky purple shadow with a pinch of this added in...she chhanged her attitude on Indian blue as it is very "vivid" alone, but toned down, it is a wonderful color and so versatile.
I do not see many review for polishes with the micas. This creates one of the most beautiful polishes I have seen. It mixes easily and is just stunning. Love it!!
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