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  • #19592
    BelindaSK
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    Evil, yet entertaining! Soaping? Yep! Curly hair care? Yep! Marie videos? Yep! The Ellen Show…FB pictures of guests on her show, Tinder pick up lines, when she scares people?? Yep, yep, yep!! Better than TV!!!

    #19610
    Minicoopergirl93
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    I’m always conflicted! I love fancy, colorful, multi-oil soap, but then I go nutso over a classy castile soap — especially the ones with a stamp on the top *swoon*.

    #19611
    BelindaSK
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    I saw your Instagram post where you’re experimenting with different liquids in Castile soap. You and Penny should talk. She loves using all kinds of stuff in her soap.

    #19624
    Cynnara
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    SOAP! I want to make Castille soap. I admit it. I do. There’s something about it that’s so pure, so beautiful… I need it!

    #19626
    BelindaSK
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    Twin, I think you NEED to find someone who’ll clone you, so you can make soap, make makeup, research Curly Girl hair, learn duping, shop, spend time with the He-Man, and work at the same time! And when you find this cloner-person, send them my way when you’re done. I need a few extra bodies to do some work around here!

    I, too, was obsessed with making the Castille soap when I first started soaping. Made it, aged it for a year, and MEH. I wasn’t that impressed, to be honest. Now they’re approaching their second or third year…..I can’t remember…..and they’re still sitting on the drying rack, totally overlooked and overshadowed by their flashier, more moisturizing counterparts. Maybe I’ll send you a bar, Twinnie, so you can see for yourself.

    #19632
    Cynnara
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    But twin… castille soap. Clean, pure, pretty. Sniffles. So you’re saying castille liquid will be in my future instead. I see. Lol

    #19635
    BelindaSK
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    I do want to try making the liquid Castile one day. Either that or just order some from Brambleberry. Decisions, decisions…..

    #19637
    Cynnara
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    Oh, I order, but dang it…I want to break my dependence! Lol

    #19655
    SimplyShe
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    I just posted a picture of my first attempt at whipped soap on the facebook page, the lemon merangue whipped soap from here actually. It’s so yummy looking the kids almost ate it! Now I have to make the pie to match 😛 It’s a lovely light fluffy decadent soap!

    • This reply was modified 5 years, 7 months ago by SimplyShe.
    #19658
    Penny
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    Can we get some pictures here please??? I love lemon merangue!

    And I love soap pictures!

    #19669
    SimplyShe
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    lemon merangue whipped soapOkay, I think I’m figuring the picture thing out 😛 Lets see if it works…..http://imgur.com/uOgucoE

    • This reply was modified 5 years, 7 months ago by SimplyShe. Reason: picture edit
    #19671
    SimplyShe
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    lemon merangue whipped soap

    #19672
    SimplyShe
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    there it is! I made the yellow layer and everyone hated it 🙁 So I tried again and used vanilla fragrance instead of lemon and citrus and it whipped up like whipped cream….exactly. My yellow soap did not whip as nicely. When the two are together, it looks like little pie in a jar, like I sometimes make for them for school snacks 🙂 Had to slap their fingers back from eating it…in hindsight…it wouldn’t hurt them and would make a great april fools day treat rofl….

    #19687
    BelindaSK
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    OMG! Those are beautiful!! They do look yummy enough to eat!! Now I want lemon meringue pie😝

    I want to try whipped soap but it makes me nervous when I watch others doing it. I’m just picturing lye water and hot oil splattering everywhere. Ouch! I’m a bit of a klutz…

    So, does the whip soap you made harden or stay light and fluffy? I’ve seen where people whip it, mold it like CP soap, and it’s an airy floating-in-water soap bar. Is yours the kind that stays a whipped texture, more like a whipped cream? Doesn’t it have to “rot” first? Or is that the creamed soap made with the stearic acid?

    #19690
    SimplyShe
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    She didn’t say anything about the rot, it still looks fluffy this morning. I will have to let you know after a little :). I still kinda want to stick my finger in and lick it 😛

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