Palm wax is best suited for use in metal molds. Liquid, chip and powdered dyes seem to work best in palm waxes. Other dyes may interrupt the crystaline structure and appearance of the wax.
Heat wax to 205-210F add dye, blend well and then add fragrance and blend well. Feather palm wax will hold up to 6% fragrance by weight. Pour the wax between 200-205F into heated molds for best results. This wax will require repours. Wait until the surface of the candle has crusted over, poke multiple relief holes through the surface of the candle around the wick and about 3/4 of the way down the candle, the candle center will still be fluid at this point and fill with reserved wax heated 10 degrees hotter than the first pour. Repeat this process as needed. Palm waxes should be cooled a slowly as possible to inhibit the crystal structure to form fully. This can be done in a styro foam cooler or other insulated box.