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How To Make DIY Soap Rocks
DIY & Crafts
The makeup I used: light white/gold glittery eyeshadow, loose powdered bright blue eyeshadow, loose powdered bright purple eyeshadow, bronzer, shimmery black, dark blue, dark green, and dark purple eyeshadow palette, shimmery teal green palette.
First I melted down some light blue soap, and poured it into the bottom of the cup. I scraped some shimmery gold eyeshadow off of the palette, and mixed it in. Then I put the soap in the freezer, and let it solidify so that I could get good color separation.
I added a grayish/beige shard for contrast.
Next I melted down purple, and poured that on top. To mix the colors just a little, I stirred a tiny bit with a toothpick before the soap solidified.
After the soap had just started to harden, I stuck in some dark purple shards, and scraped some dark purple eyeshadow on top. I let this solidfy in the freezer.
Next I added a layer of pink, then stuck in some thin mustard yellow shards that I shaved off with a paring knife.
The yellow melted a bit when I added the next pink layer, which was the clear soap with peach dye and shimmery eyeshadow.
I let the whole thing solidify, then I sliced it into a rock-like shape.
Like real rock-making in nature, this is an organic process. You can experiment with all kinds of things to make your rocks look more convincing. For some rocks I dumped powdered eyeshadow or dye directly into the mold on top of previous layers. Try not to use too much powder, though.
If you drip dye onto liquid soap, it’ll start to diffuse, but you can let it cool partially before you add the dye to get less diffusion. Then when you add the next layer of hot soap, it’ll partially bleed into that layer.