Natural DIY Blush
Natural DIY Blush
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Treat your skin well with this fabulous Natural DIY Blush. Avoid harsh chemicals and give your face a natural glow with this homemade blush tutorial. This DIY cosmetics tutorial is easy to customize for your own makeup needs. It combines arrowroot powder, hibiscus powder, and cinnamon into a beautiful pink-hued blend. Even if you are not a huge makeup person, this DIY blush can be made and worn in a light and subtle shade. If you are looking for a simple and frugal way to make your own makeup products, this natural DIY blush is a wonderful way to start. 

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueBath and Beauty


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The great thing about making your own makeup is you get to control the shade of the powder to suit your own skin tone and you know exactly what ingredients you used.

This is great for people who have really sensitive skin like me. Certain brands of blush can make me break out easily. Thanks for the tutorial!

I am going to make some of this homemade blush because I do not want to put those harsh chemicals on my face any more. I do not use a lot of make up but I got to have my blush. I have been looking for a place to buy these natural cosmetics but when you do find them they are so expensive. This tutorial seems to be real easy I just need the ingredients. So where is the best place to buy these powders?

I love blush, but I always feel like the store-bought version I try aren't quite the color I want. I like the idea of being able to control how my blush is made and maybe fit it to my skin tone better. Thanks for this!

I feel like DIY blush would be a really great makeup product to try making for the first time because you can apply it so lightly. I'd love to give this tutorial a try. Thank you.


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