Friday, May 16, 2014

Black and White 50 Shades

 

 
This batch was made using coconut oil, palm oil, olive oil,, castor oil, mango butter and rice bran oil.  Fragranced with 50 Shades, which is described as unisex, very clean, fresh, sensual and seductive.  Colored with titanium dioxide and activated charcoal.
 
We practiced "tiger swirling" at the conference and so I decided to do it again with a little twist.  Instead of alternately pouring the colors on the cardboard from start to finish, I just poured black and white directly into the base then do the tiger swirl and top it with black.  Gave the top a texture using spoon and sprinkle a little white sparkle mica.
 
 
Taken after oven processing.
 
 
The leftover batter, did not oven process this.
 
 
Ready to be cut.
 
 
The difference between oven processed and not. 
 
 
 

4 comments:

  1. That's a gorgeous tilted tiger stripe, Glynith. :)

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    1. It was all just happenstance Silvia. I like watching youtube tutorials on soaping, mix different techniques together and see how it turns out.

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  2. Very unique ~ love how the black and white design came out.

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    1. Thank you Ione eve, I love playing with the designs and top. So far watching lots of youtube and there are still a lot to learn and play with.

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