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How to Make Your Own Foundation Makeup. It is so easy... just mix 3 parts your favorite face cream with 1 part loose powder in your color, and voila! I made mine a little more intense for better coverage, and I absolutely love it!


This DIY Mask Really Works

1 TBSP honey, 1 tsp nutmeg, 1 tsp cinnamon. Mix together, paste on face or just on spots and let sit for 30 minutes. Apparently acne scars are supposed to go away, we'll see. I've only been using it for a week and it has already done wonders for my oily, zit prone skin. Try it once, I dare you. -Erika

A Spark of Creativityfrom A Spark of Creativity

DIY Mineral Veil Translucent Powder

DIY Mineral Veil Translucent Powder for under $2.00 - A Spark of Creativity


Homemade Face Powder Foundation - All Natural

Homemade Face Powder Foundation. 2 tbsp of cornstarch or arrowroot powder Start with 1½ tsp cinnamon, nutmeg or cocoa powder, add more as necessary 5 drops of an essential oil for your skin type or a carrier oil like jojoba or sweet almond, more if you want pressed powder, Prep time - 3 mins Total time - 3 mins

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Make Your Own Translucent Face Powder

DIY powder foundation

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Homemade Bronzer: All natural and so easy.

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Stop Toxic Spending: How to DIY Natural Makeup on the Cheap

DIY make-up

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All Natural Homemade Blush

All natural homemade blush. Easy and awesome!

homemade mineral translucent powder: 1-1/2 TB Cornstarch 1 Tsp Baby Powder (talc) 1/8 Tsp Pwder Foundation (optional as this add a touch of color for a little extra coverage otherwise it goes on translucent) Stir all together and store in a used (and washed) powder container or a mint tin

DIY foundation! Gonna try this because I like my makeup to be natural. I don't like it when I don't know what's in my makeup, so now I know because I can make it myself.

~Homemade Body Sugar for Hair Removal!~ Ingredients 2 cups sugar ¼ cup water ¼ cup lemon juice Method 1. Pour the sugar, water and lemon juice in a saucepan, and heat it over a low flame. 2. Keep stirring the mixture until all the sugar has melted, and you have a thick brown liquid. 3. Let it cool slightly. How do you know it is done? If you can still see sugar particles in the wax, the hair will probably not come out and you would need to re-cook the wax. Take a glass of…

Homemade Mineral Foundation. Such a cool idea and surprisingly easy to make! Feels great knowing exactly what's in my makeup- no scary ingredients I can't pronounce!


diy bb cream

DIY BB Cream-- the amounts: 1/3 foundation 1/3 moisturizer 1/6 chafing gel 1/6 sunscreen

Evening intense moisturizer for around eyes and dry spots. Works amazingly well! altered recipe: 1 t coconut oil, 1T shea butter, 2-3 drops hazelnut oil, 2T aloe gel. Little goes a long way! "My baby’s bottom in a jar. | The Elliott Homestead" My ingredients were purchased from local health food store, Mountain Rose Herbs, and Amazon.

Homemade Foundation: Start with a base of arrowroot powder (1 tsp. for dark skin - 1 Tbs. for light skin); add in one or combination of cocoa powder, cinnamon, or nutmeg until you reach your desired tone, brush on. For liquid foundation:Use same powder recipe but add a few drops of olive, jojoba, or sweet almond oil. Mix

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DIY Eyeshadow Primer

DIY Eyeshadow Primer | Budget Savvy Diva mix 1/2 teaspoon of chapstick , 1/2 teaspoon of cornstarch, 1/2 teaspoon of your foundation.

DIY Concealer: Basically, you pour some of your favorite foundation into a sample jar, cover the jar with cheesecloth to keep dust, etc. out, and let it dry out in your fridge for a few days. You're basically letting the water in the foundation evaporate so that you end up with mostly pigment.