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zajanatural

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These are a few of my favorites that I have soaped, I was quite proud of the way to colors turned out. Been pushing restocking them back for quite awhile, frankly because I am scared they won't look as good. I had quite a few people say that the Luctor actually made them feel "hot and bothered" when they looked at it. Lol, who knew that soap could be a visual aphrodisiac! I am going to try and recreate the looks again over the weekend, I hope I can do it. Its so hard to do repeats sometimes.







 

Neil

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These are without exception some of the nicest Ive seen yet, Very visually stimulating and as well motivating. The technic you use is an art form. Let me say as a SAP newby your soap gives me a very high goal to achive.
Thank you for sharing your art and your great talent.
 

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I must add my take on these beautiful soaps! They are very unique and unusual. Good luck replicating them!! :) :)
 

zajanatural

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Thanks for looking! Of course I ended up not doing them, and my camera batteries need to be replaced. So next week I shall do them and take pics along the way as a tutorial:D
 

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zajanatural said:
Thanks for looking! Of course I ended up not doing them, and my camera batteries need to be replaced. So next week I shall do them and take pics along the way as a tutorial:D
Looks forward to the tutorial!! I have the hardest time with swirls... :oops:
 

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