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Moisturizing tinted lip whip recipe. Easy DIY lip care without the color sacrifice. Tackle dry, chapped lips and give them a color boost with this moisture intense tinted lip balm recipe. This homemade lip color smoothes, protects and nourishes lips so they feel healthy and look smoother. This DIY lip whip is a great way to hydrate dry or chapped lips suffering from the overuse of long wear lipsticks. And this tinted lip balm recipe is easy to make. Just weigh, melt and mix the ingredients.

Moisturizing Tinted Lip Whip Recipe: DIY Tinted Lip Balm for Lip Care

February 12, 2018

Learn how to make a moisturizing tinted lip whip recipe to rescue your dry or chapped lips while also giving them a healthy pop of color. This hydrating tinted lip balm is the perfect solution for lipstick lovers suffering from lipstick overload. Step up your DIY lip care game without sacrificing the color you love with this easy homemade lip balm.

Moisturizing tinted lip whip recipe. Easy DIY lip care without the color sacrifice. Tackle dry, chapped lips and give them a color boost with this moisture intense tinted lip balm recipe. This homemade lip color smoothes, protects and nourishes lips so they feel healthy and look smoother. This DIY lip whip is a great way to hydrate dry or chapped lips suffering from the overuse of long wear lipsticks. And this tinted lip balm recipe is easy to make. Just weigh, melt and mix the ingredients.

 

If your long lasting lipsticks are drying out your lips, give them a break already! My moisturizing tinted lip whip recipe smoothes, protects and nourishes lips on the days you don’t need a long lasting lipstick. So lips not only feel great, they look smoother and healthier. This tinted lip balm can also reduce your chance of chapped lips from overuse of long wear lipsticks. Plus this homemade lip balm recipe is easy to make. Just weigh, melt and mix the ingredients. Then pour into lip pots or lip balm tins.

Moisturizing Tinted Lip Whip

I LOVE long lasting liquid matte lipsticks! They are perfect for evenings out because I don’t have to worry about my lipstick coming off an hour into drinks. Unfortunately my lips don’t love them quite as much. That staying power comes with a consequence – dry lips.

To keep my lips looking their best despite my liquid matte lipstick obsession, I created a moisturizing tinted whip lip recipe. This moisturizing lip whip is similar to a tinted lip balm. However, it’s formulated to be creamier and more moisturizing than a regular homemade lip balm.

This moisturizing tinted lip whip recipe protects, smoothes and nourishes dry, thirsty lips while also adding healthy looking color. So if lipsticks are your jam, you still get the same amazing lip color you love!

Use this whipped tinted lip balm to keep lips in tip top shop in between those days you can’t live without all day lip coverage. You’ll find that your lips survive your long wearing lipstick better when substituting this lip whip on alternate days. And, if your lips are already chapped, you’ll notice smoother lips instantly!

This homemade lip balm really is a wonderful beauty solution to nourish your dry or chapped lips. Better than a homemade lip balm, this DIY lip whip gives you healthy looking lips without the color sacrifice.

Tinted Moisture Lip Whip Recipe for Nourished Healthier Looking Lips! If your long lasting lipsticks are drying out your lips, give them a break already! My tinted moisture lip whip recipe smoothes, protects and nourishes lips on the days you don't need a long lasting lipstick. So lips not only feel great, they look smoother and healthier reducing your chance of chapped lips from overuse of long wear lipsticks.

Ingredients to Make a Whipped Tinted Lip Balm

To make this moisturizing tinted lip whip, you’ll need the following ingredients:

Moisturizing tinted lip whip recipe. Easy DIY lip care without the color sacrifice. Tackle dry, chapped lips and give them a color boost with this moisture intense tinted lip balm recipe. This homemade lip color smoothes, protects and nourishes lips so they feel healthy and look smoother. This DIY lip whip is a great way to hydrate dry or chapped lips suffering from the overuse of long wear lipsticks. And this tinted lip balm recipe is easy to make. Just weigh, melt and mix the ingredients.

How to Make a Moisturizing Tinted Lip Whip

  1. Using a digital scale, weigh out the kokum butter, candelilla wax and castor oil. Heat slowly at 30% power in the microwave in a heat safe container (I recommend using a small glass scientific beaker) or in a double boiler. Once melted, remove from heat.
  2. Now weigh out the walnut oil and lanolin and stir into the melted butter, wax and oil mixture. Stir the ingredients until the lanolin melts. Then weigh out the dimethicone and mix into the moisture lip whip base.
  3. Next, add a few drops of vitamin E oil followed with a half teaspoon measurement of lip safe mica powder. Whisk the moisture lip whip with a fork to fully incorporate the mica powder, then pour into your container(s) of choice. My tinted moisture lip whip recipe works in both jars as well as lip balm tubes.

 

Tinted Moisture Lip Whip Recipe for Nourished Healthier Looking Lips! If your long lasting lipsticks are drying out your lips, give them a break already! My tinted moisture lip whip recipe smoothes, protects and nourishes lips on the days you don't need a long lasting lipstick. So lips not only feel great, they look smoother and healthier reducing your chance of chapped lips from overuse of long wear lipsticks.

How to Use Lip Whip as A Tinted Lip Balm

To use this moisturizing tinted lip whip, simply apply to lips as desired to hydrate and nourish lips, and add color.

For extremely dry or chapped lips, apply a DIY lip scrub beforehand to remove excess dry skin.

Yield: About 1.5 oz.

Moisturizing Tinted Lip Whip Recipe

Moisturizing Tinted Lip Whip Recipe

Learn how to make a moisturizing tinted lip whip recipe to rescue your dry or chapped lips while also giving them a healthy pop of color. This tinted lip balm nourishes and protects lips like a homemade lip balm, but is whipped and formulated to tackle extra dry lips without the color sacrifice.

Prep Time 2 minutes
Active Time 10 minutes
Total Time 12 minutes
Difficulty Easy

Materials

  • .3 oz. castor oil
  • .25 oz. kokum butter
  • .25 oz. candelilla wax
  • .25 oz. pharmaceutical grade lanolin
  • .25 oz. walnut oil
  • .2 oz. dimethicone
  • 5 drops vitamin E oil
  • 1/2 teaspoon lip safe mica color of choice

Tools

  • digital scale
  • heat safe container
  • microwave or double boiler
  • fork
  • teaspoon
  • lip balm pots or tubes

Instructions

Using a digital kitchen scale to weigh out the kokum butter, candelilla wax and castor oil. Heat slowly at 30% power in the microwave in a heat safe container or in a double boiler.

Once melted, remove from the ingredients heat.

Weigh out the walnut oil and lanolin and stir into the melted butter, wax and oil mixture.

Stir the ingredients until the lanolin melts.

Next weigh out the dimethicone. Mix into the moisture lip whip base.

Add the vitamin E oil, followed with a half teaspoon measurement of lip safe mica powder.

Whisk the moisture lip whip with a fork to fully incorporate the mica powder.

Pour the tinted lip balm into your containers of choice.

Plant based makeup is the new trend. However, you don't have to spend a fortune investing in premiere brand natural cosmetics to get it. Instead, try making your own! Simply start with a few natural ingredients and add micas to create your own custom colored makeup sticks! 

More Beauty  and Lip Care Recipes

If you enjoyed my tinted lip balm recipe for making a moisturizing lip whip, then you may also like some of these other beauty and DIY lip care recipes.

You can discover more beauty and skin care recipes on my DIY Bath + Body Pinterest board. (Or explore all of my Pinterest boards for even more fantastic DIY ideas!)

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2 Comments

  • Jill Lange

    February 15, 2018 at 7:35 pm

    I have some lanolin. Does it have to be pharmaceutical grade? I do sell my products at local farmers marakets. Thanks so much!

    1. Rebecca D. Dillon

      February 16, 2018 at 8:20 am

      As long as it’s approved for cosmetic use what you have should be fine.

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