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  • Emily Aqualime

    easy and ridiculously cheap way to make your own blush. *water *baby powder (buy it from the dollar store.....) *red food coloring -1-2 drops for light pink -3-4 drops for medium pink -5-6 drops for red/dark pink more colors at the link

  • ༺♥༻Maryann Orr༺♥༻

    My American Confessions: Tuesday: How to.... DIY Blush Materials *water *baby powder (buy it from the dollar store.....) *red food coloring -1-2 drops for light pink -3-4 drops for medium pink -5-6 drops for red/dark pink

  • Fiona Sackett

    homemade blush water baby powder and food coloring!

  • Goldencrafter

    My American Confessions: Tuesday: How to.... DIY Blush - Could be fun for costume or play makeup, a lot cheaper for sure!

  • Courtney Schmidt

    My American Confessions: Tuesday: How to.... DIY Blush (use corstarch instead of baby powder) or eye shadow?

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DIY Blush? Intriguing. I'm gonna have to try it: DIY Blush *Water *Baby Powder (or make your own “baby powder” with 1/2 cup corn starch and 1/2 cup baking powder) *Red Food Coloring -1-2 drops for light pink -3-4 drops for medium pink -5-6 drops for red/dark pink

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