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Emerald soap!

Last, but not least, batch of Melt & Pour soap for this month! 
I like to call this soap bar Emerald soap or 50 Shades of Green! Aahahahahahaah :-)


I'll try to give you an idea about how I've obtained the different colours in the layers.
From bottom to top:
1) Green liquid colour (few drops), 1 mini-scoop of titanium dioxide and of Clementine orange mica,
2) Green and violet liquid colours (few drops of each),
3) 1 drop of yellow liquid colour, Aqua green mica and Chromium oxide green pigment (1 mini-scoop of each),
4) 1 drop of Green liquid colour.

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