The first soap is called Satsuma, I love the smell!
In the pot, after a quick stir:
in the mold:
after being cut:
The 2nd soap is called Black Cherry, it's colored with red, black and gold mica.
In the pot:
As you can see, the trace is a bit thicker here - I did that intentionally to see if it makes any difference in the feathered look. Just one stir this time before pouring into mold:
The cut bars, all of them. Yes, it was a very small batch. :)
And finally the 3rd attempt at this soap technique, it's scented with sandalwood fragrance oil.
The soap has reached medium trace:
Just poured into the mold:
I should have left it this way, but I decided to make a textured top, as there was still quite a lot of soap batter left in the pot.
The cut bars:
I am pretty happy to see that there are feathered swirls in each batch, although they look differently.