Here's how it looked in the mould (apologies in advance for the terrible picture, the light in the room was all wrong but I was in a hurry).
It didn't really look yellow at all, actually it was a very very pale cream. It had Cocoa Butter and Apricot Kernel Oil and I superfatted it with the best smelling Coffee Butter ever (like the nicest creamiest coffee you'll ever have!). It's fragranced with Amber Vanilla fragrance oil which is deep and creamy - a grown up sort of vanilla if you will.
And here are the cut pictures:
Swirl close up
I trimmed the soaps a little; with the leftovers, I wet my hands and squidged them all together into soap balls which will be handy for the kitchen - this is the bubbles it made on my hands - felt great!
These will need 6 weeks to cure before use - in that time, I imagine they are going to darken considerably due to the vanilla fragrance oil used. I'll post some pictures when they're fully cured to see the differnce in the colour.
So that's my second adventure in cold process soapmaking. Stay tuned for more info!!