I rebatched this soap the day after I originally made it. The color was a little flat so I rebatched. I boosted the color and added the mica line.
I achieved this by doing an in the pot swirl in the crock pot and using a mixer to blend. then I just spoon in layers of color and add a mica line at each layer. The white chunks from the rebatch are a nice bonus.
I did a 100% water replacement with coconut milk and superfatted with shea butter.
I really like the stone look you can achieve with hot process soap.
I did a full water replacement with coconut milk, on this rustic looking soap. I used green tea butter from Brambleberry.com . I Added 1oz of bamboo powder to a total batch of 52 oz of batter. Bamboo powder has an exfoliating texture similar to a salt bar without having to change your recipe around to account for the salt. I added some titanium dioxide to hopefully offset the discoloring from the fragrance(NG Loving Spell) and the coconut milk (cures to an off white). I made this by hot process method so with limited time at the end of the cook I did a simple two color hangar swirl with spirulina powder.
Trying to make my first fancy soap with a fluid hot process method. It has glitter and metallic sugar beads on top. Light pink throughout with charcoal pencil lines. The Scent is Pomegranate. Superfatted with Cocoa Butter.