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  • Joanna Carroll

    homemade blush - baby powder, food coloring, water

  • Colleen Mader

    DIY blush!!! Just baby powder (cornstarch will work) water and food coloring!!! Form my American confessions. http://myamericanconfessions.blogspot.com/2012/06/tuesday-how-to-diy-blush.html?m=1

  • Goldencrafter

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

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My American Confessions: Tuesday: How to.... DIY Blush