from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Something, especially a dye, pigment, ink, or paint, that colors or modifies the hue of something else.
- adj. Of or being a subtractive primary color.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Alternative spelling of colourant.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A coloring matter.
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Hues which are a shade or two darker from the colorant is the perfect color choice for release agents for the illusion of depth on the concrete surface.
Clays can be used in facials, body powders, soaps, and as a natural colorant for soap, lotions, creams, bath salts and more.
One source, groutrevive.com, offers a grout-coloring kit $43 that includes a pre-treatment, colorant, applicator brush, gloves and other materials.
To those who will miss honey, follow this recipe: one glass of corn syrup, stir in 10 mL of FDA approved E160b food colorant, then go refill your squeezy bear.
Green SealThis group, also independent, limits VOCs (50 g/l for flat paint, 100 for nonflat; with colorant, 100 g/l got flat, 150 for nonflat), prohibits certain other hazardous substances, and assesses performance.
It also requires paints to use zero-VOC colorant, according to the company.
Pour your colorant into the double boiler and stir well.
I was * horrified* when this supposedly stable colorant went "Phummmmmp!" and was all gone.
I thought I had found the holy grail of reds - an all natural colorant that would stay gloriously magenta in cold process soap.
The most important consideration when making lipstick is the colorant - the types you can use, what they are and safety considerations.
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