Thursday, September 16, 2010

Meet Lothario!

I've been dying to name a soap Lothario. I don't know why. I just love saying "Lothario." So here they are. Okay, I need to start planning properly before i actually execute. The intent was to have one of those cutesy chocolate lines that I see on all these soaps, but, my dumb self did not get a clue-in time. I'm thinking, "Oh, I'll have a chocolate line to separate the uncolored layer from the dark layer..." But duh, you cant see the line because it's the same friggin color practically as the dark layer! I should have layered the uncolored part....dummy! Another faux pas was I wanted to make the dark layer a black cherry color because that's the main scent, but I used way to much black oxide, and I was left with this purplish thing.

With all that being said, the soap smells great! Like I said, it's black cherry with a little smooch of cassis (because I wanted to get rid of that literal drop left in the bottle). Yeah, this soap is very lotharious (yes, I made that up) indeed. Oh, and it's made with olive oil, organic palm oil, coconut oil, avocado oil, and castor oil.

6 comments:

CCGroovy1!!! said...

LOTHARIO??? V'rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrryyy CREATIVE!!!

I see you've done some renovating 'round hurrre.

NICE LOOK.

Holly said...

I like it! I totally get not thinking things through. That is what I do way too often! It still looks really great and I love the oil line-up. My favorite!

Amy Warden said...

Nice spamburger, Caleb John!

I get what you're saying. The last couple of experimental soaps haven't turned out like I was thinking either. I'm ready to do something way cool and be able to say, "I meant to do that!" LOL! Seriously the scent sounds amazing even if it doesn't look like you were expecting.

Anne-Marie said...

Fantastic looking soap even if you can't see the line =) And it sounds like a yummy smelling soap too. Great looking bar.

Cocobong Soaps said...

Sounds fantastic and looks great! But..what is Lothario?

Carmen said...

Me gustan tus jabones, y el cambio en la página.

Besos desde España, Barcelona
Sabons Carmeta