Simple DIY Natural Mascara

Simple DIY Natural Mascara
Simple DIY Natural Mascara
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Not only can store-bought mascaras really add up over time, but they tend to have long, concerning ingredient lists, too. Save money and layer on the mascara with little worries with this Simple DIY Natural Mascara! Learning how to make mascara is actually very easy to do. This homemade mascara recipe only requires four inexpensive, natural ingredients, so you don’t need to splurge on repurchasing commercial mascaras anymore. This mascara will darken, separate, and condition your lashes. Just make sure to replace your mascara every four to six months. 

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueBath and Beauty


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I never knew you could make your own mascara. This is great. I have always been sensitive to some makeup. Just the fact that I can make my own is great. I don't know how I feel about the charcoal but the cocoa powder makes sense. It won't be hold to make a batch. Thank you.

Getting those red puffy eyes from allergies is very inconvenient and painful too. I know I'll love using this mascara because I know what I put in it and I'm not afraid of getting itchy eyes after.

Mascara is something I wear every day, but I hate all of the chemicals used in most cosmetics. I can't wait to give this a try!


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