This gorgeous oxide makes beautiful plum browns and warm purples.
This along with Angelic White, and a touch of Inkwell make the very popular "Bitchy" colour.
This colour came to be while Kellie was messing around with Red Earth at her desk. She was in the middle of mixing when a friend of hers came in and commented on how much she liked the colour. Kellie offered to name it after her, and she replied " nah, don't do that. it has to have a great name, its a gorgeous colour". When asked again what it should be called, her friend said "Bitchy...because that's how I feel right now".
Later on Kellie was doing a FaceBook live with pigments and commented that her friend had dubbed this mixture "Bitchy" and it stuck. People message Kellie all the time asking for the pigments needs to create this colour.