It's no wonder the natural makeup movement has been growing in popularity. Not only do good-for-you ingredients work wonders to cure pesky seasonal problems, but you can also DIY many of these products at home. To help fight the return of chapped lip season, we decided to mix up our own ultra soothing pumpkin spice-inspired lip gloss. Get ready to apply this all winter long.
Materials + Tools:
olive oil – 4 Tablespoons
coconut oil – 2 Tablespoons
shea butter – 2 Tablespoons
cosmetic beeswax – 2 Tablespoons
vitamin E – 10 drops
cinnamon essential oil – 6 drops
Mehron copper metallic powder – ¼ teaspoon
Combine coconut oil, shea butter, olive oil, and beeswax into a glass measuring cup.
Create a double boiler by placing the glass measuring cup into a pot filled with two inches of water. Turn the hot plate or stove to medium heat and stir the mixture until everything is dissolved.
Add 10 drops of vitamin E and six drops of cinnamon extract. Stir until combined and enjoy the heavenly aroma.
Watch magic happen before your eyes when you pour in the metallic powder. Your liquid lipstick will turn into a mesmerizing formula filled with copper goodness.
Pour the mixture into its container. This recipe will yield about eight lip glosses.
Attach the top of the container and let your lip gloss sit for 20 minutes.
Take your lip gloss to the next level with labels! Download and print the free label onto sticker paper and then cut out and apply to the tube.
Pass them out to your friends — but make sure to keep a few for yourself.
This shimmery gorgeousness will add an extra sparkle to your day while making your lips feel mighty fine.
Make this lip gloss a part of your daily routine and toss it in your makeup bag along with all of your favorites.
Get ready for a season filled with pumpkin-infused, plump-lip happiness.
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DIY Production and Styling: Kelly Bryden
Photography: Kurt Andre
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