A beautiful homemade lipstick and blush in one, made only of healthy and natural ingredients? You have to try it!
Ingredients (largely identical to Golden Brown Shadows):
In order for the vanilla to really smell , first cut it lengthwise, remove the seeds with a knife and leave them and the rest of the pod for a while in a water bath with oil at a low temperature (about 30-40 minutes is enough) . If you have more time, feel free to soak the pod in oil for a few days.
We will need a total of 10 parts of oil (again, feel free to adjust, divide by ten, I list the parts like this to be consistent with the parts of the loose ingredients). Either you can leave the vanilla with only these ten parts, but it doesn't hurt to add the oil to it all (the combination of marzipan aroma of plum oil and bitter vanilla is divine).
After the oil is all fragrant, pour ten parts (ideally with as few grains as possible and of course without pods) into a new tin and add 10 parts of bee and 10 parts jojoba wax and 30 parts macadamia butter. (This is where things get going in style.)
When the mixture is homogeneous, remove from the flame - and either experiment, or immediately incorporate 12 parts of pink clay, 1 part of red oxide, a pinch of cocoa, 3 parts of bordeaux and 3 parts of golden mica . You can add a pinch of vitamin E for better nutrition, or wonderful orange essential oil.
The lipstick prepared in this way is quite dense, it covers and holds very well , if you prefer just a hint of color, add a little pink clay to the tip.
After pouring into the tubes and hardening, enjoy red-gold lips, for example, under the mistletoe - the lipstick is quite fierce, maybe it will last :-)
And there it is - two recipes for which you need a few ingredients (see Golden brown shadows), most of which match. You can use both in two ways - the full potential of the shadows/liners can (hopefully) be seen in the first photo, and this is what it looks like when you complement it with the lipstick in its primary function and as a blush. (And it also looks like this when you wash your hair and are too lazy to wait for it to dry, so you take pictures straight away.)