Origin of colorantFrench from present participle of colorer, to color
Something, especially a dye, pigment, ink, or paint, that colors or modifies the hue of something else.
Of or being a subtractive primary color.
- Alternative spelling of colourant.
- Manufactured by Combe Incorporated, Just for Men is an easy to apply colorant that delivers coverage in as little as five minutes on most hair types.
- The soap base is melted on the stove top or in the microwave, additives such as colorant and scents are mixed in, and the soap is poured into molds.
- After adding the colorant, stir the mixture until it is completely blended, and then repeat the process as necessary to get the color you want.
- Don't be afraid to experiment with a variety of types of colorant until you find the form you like best and that gives you consistent results.
- If you'd like to add color to your soap, an easy way to do that is with liquid colorant, which you can likely find at a hobby store.