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  • Mary Stryker

    DIY bronzer: mix cornstarch, cinnamon, cocoa, and nutmeg until desired shade for a natural bronzer.

  • Mary Jane Johnson

    DIY bronzer: mix cornstarch, cinnamon, cocoa, and nutmeg until desired shade. Natural and great for your skin. How awesome!!!!!

  • Becky Straka

    Homemade bronzer with ingredients in your cupboard...approximately $0.25 and you know it's good for your skin...how cool! ** DIY bronzer: mix cornstarch, cinnamon, cocoa, and nutmeg until desired shade. Natural and great for your skin. I made some of this for me to see how it would work...and it works great. I used the loose powder rather than putting it into a compact. And I only used 1 tsp of coco powder, 2 TBS cinnamon, and 3 tsp of corn starch. It covers my face, and makes it feel soft and smooth.**

  • Tammi Poston

    Homemade bronzer with ingredients in your cupboard... approximately $0.25 and you know it's good for your skin... how cool!

  • Sara Clawson

    "DIY bronzer: mix cornstarch, cinnamon, cocoa, and nutmeg until desired shade. Natural and great for your skin." This one is a dud; it's impossible to get the spices ground finely enough to work the same way as makeup. What DOES work: mix cornstarch with a little of your compact powder and ta-da, instant perfect translucent finishing powder.

  • Karina Brooks Bitting

    DIY bronzer: mix cornstarch, cinnamon, cocoa, nutmeg, essential oil until desired shade. Natural and great for your skin.

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DIY bronzer: mix cornstarch, cinnamon, cocoa, and nutmeg until desired shade. Natural and great for your skin.

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