Simple Homemade Blush Powder -- i'll have to try this one out... i feel like it would need an ingredient to tone it down a bit...
Homemade Makeup: Mix together arrowroot powder, cinnamon and cocoa until it matches your skintone. Put on like you would mineral makeup with a big fluffy brush. use less if you are more pink-toned. You can also add more cinnamon or cocoa (and beet powder, if you want pink) to make a darker version to use as blush. Mix it with a little liquid moisturizer to make a tinted moisturizer
Dried beans or coffee beans can easily be used as a homemade organization makeup storage to keep your makeup brushes clean, neat and organized. Simply place a full cup of dried beans or coffee beans in a plastic cup, glass vases, cylinders, or a ceramic container. Customize your container with a label then separate your eyeshadow brushes, blush brushes, and multi purpose eye brushes from one another.
Homemade All-Natural Blush (Recipe) 2 parts beet root powder to 1 part cornstarch. If you want to add more depth or make it darker add a little cocoa powder! Directions: Start with 1 tbs arrowroot powder or corn starch and add in 2 tbs beet root powder. Mix in a small bowl making sure to break apart any clumps. Adjust color to your liking! Done! To use: dip your blush brush in the powder, tapping off any extra. Apply to your cheek bones!
All natural DIY blush. It's a beautiful coral colour, works wonderfully, and stays on all day. Love it!
I've had quite a few requests for a homemade foundation. After giving you homemade mascara, homemade blush, bronzer, and lip balm I really wanted to give you a
Homemade Sheer Cherry Lip Balm ~ Easy to Make, Beautiful to Wear! vaseline + kool aid or jello or food coloring or leftover blush.... the possibilities are endless! now, where to find those adorable little containers?
Use beet root to make non-toxic homemade blush - might be good to add to chap sticks, too, for slight tinting
Homemade Blush Ingredients: Arrowroot Powder organic Cocoa Powder Hibiscus Powder experiment w quantities of each ingredient to find the shade that works . Start with a base of 1/2 tsp of arrowroot , darken as needed, testing as u go. When you get your desired shade, store in a small jar or old makeup shaker and use as needed.
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