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DIY Natural Eye Makeup
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Makeup is so much fun to do, but prices and ingredients can be real set-backs. Luckily, you can make your own homemade cosmetics such as this DIY Natural Eye Makeup. This tutorial demonstrates recipes for natural eye makeup in four different shades. With variants in the measurements, you can create even more shades. Eyes are a very sensitive part of the body, so it only makes sense to use eye makeup products that are all natural. Homemade makeup is easy to make and good for the earth, so go on and give it a try!
Time to CompleteIn an evening
Primary TechniqueBath and Beauty
Project TypeMake a Project
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Nov 19, 2017
I am always looking for ways to make my own makeup since I have so many reactions to the store bought cosmetics. This will be easy to try and I just have to purchase the arrowroot powder which is easy to find as well as the Shea butter. I usually stick to a few colors and that will be easy to make. Looking forward to wearing something where my eyes don't water. Thank you.
Jul 25, 2017
Wow this is great. I have sensitive eyes, so even though I love makeup, I can't wear it too often without irritating my eyes. This seems gentler. I can't wait to try it!
Jun 02, 2017
I've always wanted to try homemade make-up and this seems like a pretty easy place to start. I love the shades and it's a great way to save money while taking care of your body!
Apr 07, 2017
This was surprisingly nice! I balked at the allspice, though. I was afraid it would irritate if I got it in my eyes. The cocoa made a lovely shade. I added some beet with it to make it a rosy brown. Im going to experiment with other colors. Many flowers are edible and non-toxic, so I may dehydrate flower petals and powder them.
Feb 21, 2017
Woah, this is amazing tried this out! I don't see myself buying eye makeup, easily got the materials needed and can finally have my own color without going through a hustle. Thank you lots.
Jan 25, 2017
I don't wear make-up very often and one of the reasons is I just don't like the artificial smell and ingredients. Even if these don't wok as well as shop-bought products I still think they're a great idea. I'm going to try with some of the products I already have in my kitchen. Has anyone had a problem with getting these powders in your eyes though? Some of them look like they might be a little irritating.
Jan 15, 2017
Am giving this idea five stars because anyone that comes up with their own tutorial on beauty products, especially makeup is a genius. I don't have a dehydrator however and I would like to know how long it would take us more frugal people to dry the beets in the sun. I also would like to know how long the products would last. Thank you
Jan 08, 2017
I think this is an awesome idea. I'm definitely going to give it a try. Nice that you can save money too. I'm very interested in getting the pink color right and can't wait to start experimenting. I had gone looking for some beet powder but have not found any yet in any of our local retail stores but I do have a dehydrator and a coffee grinder so I'm going to try and make some of my own. I'm looking forward to that too. I would love to make make-up as a new hobby.
Jan 06, 2017
These colors are beautiful and I like the natural ingredients. I am not sure where to buy all these ingredients, but I have to try the mauve and pale pink colors.
Jul 29, 2016
Such a cool idea! I really like the mauve color.
Jul 28, 2016
Makeup is expensive, and I'm always looking to save money. I'll definitely be giving this DIY project a try.
Jul 06, 2016
Also, if you want a shiny lid or "wet lid look" you can add a little bit of baby oil to your lid BEFORE you put on the eyeshadow! Love this idea though! Super fun!
Aug 18, 2016
Great idea to add the baby oil for that wet look. Have you tried this natural eye shadow yet? I will have to try it as soon as I get the ingredients. I love that it is all natural.
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