• Vanilla Lime Hibiscus Lip & Cheek Tint

Wyndmere Vanilla and Lime essential oil Hibiscus lip & cheek tint diy

A simple lip and cheek tint is a great way to keep it light while still commanding impact. Why not make your own? Why spend big money on name brand products? Seriously…why? We can easily make many of the things we spend money on at a fraction of the cost. It only takes a bit of creativity and research! Feel free to change or even omit the EOs altogether if that’s what your skin needs at the time. Alternatively, we enjoy using equal parts German Chamomile & Immortelle as the EOs in this recipe. They work wonderfully, and the blue of the Chamomile changes the tint slightly! 

 

To make this DIY follow the directions below!

 

Ingredients

 

-1 tsp. Hibiscus Powder (you can use less for a lighter pigment)

-1 tsp. Witch Hazel

-1 tsp. Aloe Vera 

-1 tsp. Fractionated Coconut Oil

-10 drops Vanilla Absolute

-2 drops Lime EO

-Empty roll-on bottle

-bowl, whisk, and a fine-mesh strainer. And a small funnel may also be handy

 

In a small bowl, mix all of the wet ingredients, then whisk in the Hibiscus Powder carefully.

 

Strain your tint of all small bits by gently running it through your strainer and funnel it into your empty roll-on bottle.

 

When using remember this is buildable color, so start light and add more until you reach your desired pigment!

 

Voila! Natural, pure beauty.

Related Posts

Winter Skin Whipped Body Butter
Winter Skin Whipped Body Butter
  Could your skin use a little extra love? We’re always looking for fun and inexpensive ways to stay moisturized. Mos...
Read More
Dog Paw Balm
Dog Paw Balm
  Winter isn’t just harsh on our skin. The snow, ice, and salt can also have adverse effects on our pets’ paws. Looki...
Read More
What is an Absolute?
What is an Absolute?
Today we posted about one of our favorite Absolutes we carry, Jasmine…and that got us thinking. Maybe not enough peop...
Read More



Leave a comment

Comments will be approved before showing up.