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Making Tinted Moisturiser.

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Hi guys!!
Finding a tinted moisturiser to suit your skin can be an absolute pain in the bum!
There are so many shades, and considering you only want a light coverage, the last thing you want to do is turn orange! Even pale orange is NOT a good look haha.
So today I will be going over a really quick and easy way to make your own tinted moisturiser from home!

What you will need:

A small pot to put it in (I used a pot from a Body Shop sample), a thick moisturiser, A face powder in your desired shade (I used translucent), and an optional extra is sunscreen to add a little SPF protection too it.
What to do:

Clean out your pot fully, then fill up half of it with your moisturiser, leaving a little bit of room below the rim. If you are not adding sun cream then fill the whole pot with the moisturiser. 
If you are adding sun cream then fill the other half of the pot with it.

Next add as much face powder as it takes to get your desired colour. If the mix gets too dry add more moisturiser.

Mix it all toge…

Making Lip Balm!!

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Hi Guys!!! 
I am sorry I have been absent for so long, the new year has been sooooo busy I haven't had chance to get out and about much or write a new blog :(
I am sure you have seen this tutorial alllll over YouTube, but I thought I would give it a go as it looked really fun and tons cheaper than buying loads of different lipbalms! 

What you need:

Vaseline, Crayola Crayons, a heat proof bowl (I used a bigger one than this in the end) and a pot to put your new lipbalm in! I bought mine as part of a travel set of empty pots from Poundland, for this one I  just put the new lipbalm back in the Vaseline tin, but for others I have made from a big pot of Vaseline I have used the little pots. 
How you do it.

First you need to choose the colour you want your lip balm to be. For this I used the colour red but you can use any colour or even mix different coloured crayons to make your own colour :) you need to completely strip the crayon of all it's wrapper and snap it into sections.


Then empty…