Ooh, love the close ups! Lavender and rose smells awesome together and the colours are lovely. I have only just smelled bay rum for the first time so I have an idea how that one smells too :)
Beautiful soaps lately... and as always... LOOOOVE the smoothness of your cut bars!! xo jen
Wow, I like those two soaps - they look fantastic! My favorite is Emmet but I think I would like Rosalie's smell better :)Anna
Hi Holly, These soaps look so nice -I love the Rosalie, it looks almost edible! Love the sparkly tops! How do you like your molds? I just received mine yesterday (same model,though they're made of clear silicone) and can't wait to try them. :)
They look totally lickable. Perfect gift material. Love your tops
So much Twilight soaping fun!! :) These have been really interesting to follow... Especially all the issues you've had with gelling and color changes. I would imagine these would sell very well!
Holly - A real beginners question - after pouring ingredients into the rubber molds, do you cure your soap in the oven or at room temperature? Jerry
I soap at room temperature and don't gel so I just leave my soaps out in front of a fan.
what do you use to color your soaps with?
Hi Paula! I use a micas, ultramarines, and oxides. Most I get from TKB Trading. I like titanium dioxide from Brambleberry.
Dear Holly,how to avoid soap getting harder / seized when the fragrance was pouring to soap?. thanks
Hi Salma,Sometimes it just can't be avoided. You can try soaping room temperature, using the higher amount of recommended liquids, and just plain working really fast. :-)
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