Never thought about making DIY natural make-up? Below are a few reasons you should: Makeup products companies may use any ingredient or raw material, aside from color additives and a few prohibited substances, without government review or approval. About one in eight of the 82,000 ingredients used in personal maintenance systems are commercial chemicals, including carcinogens, pesticides, reproductive toxins, and hormone disruptors.
To top it off, U.S. The scariest of most? More than 500 products sold in the U.S. Japan, Canada, or the European Union. ‘s the cool thing to do. A LOT. Go grab a couple of hair or skin products you have and look for the dirty dozen (also check their toxicity here). The entire aesthetic Dirty Dozen list from the David Suzuki Foundation for more information.
Make your own makeup OR buy organic and/or natural makeup from trusted companies. It’s an easier changeover than you think! Alright, convinced to switch? Mix your bottom powder with very tiny levels of iron oxides at the same time to get the perfect color. As you add the pigments, mix very, perfectly before adding more. Note that the color of this powder when dampened might be different, and you may test it on the back of your hands.
Zinc oxide may also be mixed set for full-spectrum sun protection! I take advantage of ordinary kaolin clay – no pigments – for an environment powder. Mix basics natural powder with cocoa, cinnamon, iron oxides, and/or mica to get the color you like. If you want more of a contour color without the shimmer, leave the mica out. Mix any substances above to get the colors you want.
This is really one DIY makeup product that you have to experiment with! I always feel like a mad makeup scientist – it’s so much fun! Right now I’ve kaolin clay mixed with brownish iron oxides and activated charcoal for different tones of brown. You can add mica for a little shimmer, too! Mix your foundation with the powdered and dried out hibiscus flower, alkanet root natural powder, and/or beet natural powder until you get a color you like.
You can truly add cinnamon, cocoa powder, or iron oxides to get more pigmentation too. Remember that it’ll look darker, blended than it probably will be on your skin, so you’ll need to check it as you blend. Also, planet main powder will be darker than hibiscus. Also (ha), you’ll need to add a few drops of water to get the hibiscus to produce a blush with the bottom powder (only about 1/4 teaspoon) for a little batch of blush.
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- Mix the turmeric natural powder with gram flour. To this, add enough dairy or water for make a paste
Add mica for a little shimmer! Make your powder base and then blend with an organic white cream/moisturizer. You may want to make your base powder a tad darker, depending on the shade and that cream you utilize. This basis will be light coverage. You can even add a little amount of zinc oxide for full-spectrum sun protection.
Mix 1 part activated charcoal, 1/2 part dark iron oxides, and either 1/2 part aloe vera gel, or 1/3 part shea butter for dark eyeliner. You can add a little amount of mica-natural powder for just a little shimmer. Mix very well and store in an air-tight box. You’ll have to employ a brush to apply.