diy hair removal- This totally worked! I just did this right now and it totally cleaned up my eyebrows!! -Amanda

DIY Mineral Makeup - may need some tweaks from posted recipe, will need to be sure to read through the comments! :)

diy bronzer

Make Your Own Translucent Face PowderOne Good Thing by Jillee | One Good Thing by Jillee

DIY: homemade blush

How to make natural creme brush and bronzer from skin improving ingredients

Why have I not known this my whole life?? THIS IS AMAZING!

Homemade bronzer, with natural ingredients.

The best product to contour, bronze & highlight cheeks - all in one! - @Megan Lenahan

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

I have been buying Sephora daily sanitizer and shampoo for my brushes for years, spending ungodly amounts of money on products that I feel are subpar. I just did this to my brushes and not only did they get cleaner then Sephora shampoo but it also took a third of the time!!

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

Struggling with stubborn skin? Try this DIY blackhead remover. | 27 Insanely Easy Two-Ingredient DIYs

Another Pinner said: ***2/1/2012 Did this in the a.m. and am baffled that it WORKS!!! My skin is actually glowing. Not like hers, but definitely an improvement on the way my skin looks with and without makeup! Will repeat!*** DIY beauty

DIY Bronzer Yes! Yes! Yes! It is what the title says, DIY BRONZER. And it’s so simple and works for whatever shade you want. It may easily be my favorite make up that I use and I don’t think I’ll ever buy bronzer at a store again!! Mix together cinnamon, cornstarch, and cocoa until you find the shade you want and store in any container -I use a small rubber made that fits in my make up bag!

DIY eyeshadow so pretty! How come mine never turns out this way! Lol

Diy Makeup Setting Spray... interesting only two ingredients. I may have to try this.

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