Bewitching Pigment Pots Halloween DIY Lip Color

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Bewitching Pigment Pots Halloween Lip Color DIY

Fall is here and Halloween is right around the corner. If you’re thinking of making your own DIY Halloween costume this year, why stick to store bought makeup? Instead make these DIY Lip Color Halloween Pigment Pots! Made from a combination of natural oils, beeswax and pigments, these intense pigment pots for lips go on and stay on for long lasting, waterproof wear. And we all know how important that can be at a late night party! Make these in either dark charcoal gray or in dark purple then simply apply using a lip brush and then use your favorite waterproof makeup remover or grape seed oil to remove at the end the day.

You can find my Bewitchingly Intense Recipe for Pigment Pots for Lips in Wholesale Supplies Plus’ September 2014 issue of Handmade Magazine on page 21. In addition to my DIY Lip Color, this issue also includes other Halloween inspired bath and body recipes including a pumpkin spice salt scrub recipe, DIY creepy eyeball soap, DIY zombie dust fizzie powder recipe, spooky eyeball bath bombs recipe, monster slime bubble bath recipe, pumpkin glitter hair chalk recipe and more! Click here to read this issue of Handmade Magazine now.

For more great DIY Halloween Projects and Ideas be sure to follow my Halloween board on Pinterest where you’ll find pumpkin decorating ideas and DIY costumes and spooky home decor as well as tasty Halloween themed treats.

Mineral makeup trends. Creating your own personal color style.

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Mineral makeup has become the new alternative to traditional store bought cosmetics. Not only are major cosmetic companies jumping on the bandwagon, but small businesses are forming everyday creating their own handmade versions of eye shadows, foundations, and lip colors as a natural alternative to chemical laden cosmetic brands.

rainbow eyes, originally uploaded by Erinna.

With a little practice and some basic ingredients you too can create your own custom color eye shadows. Point of Interest Blog provides multiple tutorials on how to make your own mineral makeup. From explaining the basic ingredients that go into the recipe to creating that first eye shadow, Point of Interest gives you recipes and tips for creating eye shadows in a variety of basic colors along with a run down of the basic cost of supplies to get started. There are also recipes for making foundations, lip colors and more. To get started on making your own eye shadows, visit this page. Links to the follow up tutorials are listed in the comment section. You can view all of the tutorials by clicking here. Click on older posts to continue viewing all articles. There are approximately 72 in all.

Aside of the mineral makeup basics, there are also things like primers and sealants to help your makeup look it’s best and stay put throughout the day. You can experiment with creating these type of products as well or you can purchase them from other companies who specialize in handcrafted mineral makeup. The All Natural Face makes a Vegan Eye Shadow Primer that is applied to your lid before applying your shadow and eye liner. Not only does it help your shadow to stay put but it also gives you more freedom to blend your shadows and build up a nice bold color. Their Seal It Eye Shadow/Eye Liner Sealant is a natural alternative to keeping your eye shadow and liner smudge proof and in place all day while giving your shadows a foiled, wet look. Both products are excellent. My favorite eye shadow shade from The All Natural Face is Lemon Ice. It’s lovely as a highlight color on my brow bone with a pretty shade of pink on my lids.

Do you currently use mineral makeup? What is your favorite brand(s) and color(s)?