These natural DIY makeup remover wipes cleanse and remove makeup in one step. Rose water and glycerin soothe and moisturize your skin, while a micellar surfactant effortlessly melts away makeup. This eco-friendly recipe can be made with disposable, compostable wipes or reusable cloths. Keep your wipes in a jar for easy makeup removal, or bring them on the go in a resealable bag!
This natural shimmer setting spray sets your makeup while illuminating your skin with a pearlescent glow. Cosmetic mica powder gives this DIY setting spray its shimmer, while vodka and aloe vera powder create a barrier that holds your makeup in place all day long.
I can’t get enough of that glowing, luminescent skin look that’s so in vogue right now. I’m always chasing that lit-from-within radiance, but there’s only so much a good highlighter can do. My desire for an all-over glow is what lead to this DIY.
If shampoo is leaving your hair and scalp feeling dry or stripped, this gentle and all-natural DIY micellar water for hair can help. It replaces shampoo, leaving your tresses clean and soft without any harsh surfactants or suds. It can also be used as a clarifying treatment to gently remove buildup. Just pour, comb and rinse!
Not only does this DIY micellar water remove makeup, but it also cleanses, tones, and hydrates your skin — all in one step! This natural makeup remover contains real micelles that attract and remove dirt, makeup and sebum. Meanwhile, organic witch hazel extract calms and clarifies the complexion. Read on for my simple recipe and to find out how to make your own micellar cleansing water at home.
This DIY setting spray is made without glycerin for a matte, non-greasy finish that’s ideal for oily skin types. Thanks to a unique combination of ingredients, it creates a water-resistant film that keeps your makeup from melting, even during the summer. Read on to learn how to make homemade makeup setting spray with natural ingredients.
Learn how to make rose petal vinegar with this easy recipe & tutorial. Rose vinegar is beautifully fragrant and will add a pop of colour to all of your DIY beauty creations. Read on to find out how to use rose vinegar for skin, hair, and body care.
When we mistakenly ordered 2 pounds of dried rose petals, I was eager to discover all the different ways I could incorporate them into my DIY skincare and beauty routine.
This DIY makeup setting spray is intensely hydrating. It leaves your skin with a dewy, glowing finish thanks to natural ingredients like rosewater and glycerin.
There’s a reason why there are so many options on the face mist market. Whether you’re looking to hydrate your skin or set your makeup, there’s something extremely refreshing about spritzing your face.