Introduction: Brightly Colored Mascara
Hello! Welcome to my ninth instructable.
Today, I am going to be showing you how to make colored mascara.
Have you ever needed a special color of mascara for a Halloween costume?
Or perhaps for stage makeup?
Maybe even a party?
You search, and search, but when you finally find what you need, it ends up being very expensive.
I've been there.
It is ridiculously easy to make, you probably have almost everything you need, and takes no time at all!
I admit, before I tried this, I was a bit skeptical, but when I saw the result, I was blown away!
Trust me, if my would mom let me, I would be the girl with hair like a My Little Pony, bright blue lips, pink eyeliner, and purple mascara!
I am only twelve, so if you have any suggestions on how to make my instructable better, just let me know!
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Step 1: Gather Your Supplies
The things you will need are:
~ White Mascara ( Primer )
~ Eye shadow ( I chose purple )
~ Something to scrape out the eye shadow
Step 2: Scrape Out the Eye Shadow
Make a small funnel using paper.
Tape it shut.
Stick the skinny end into the bottle of mascara.
Scrape out the eye shadow. DO THIS OVER A PAPER!
Do not scrape it out over funnel. It will waste eye shadow, and it will make a big mess!
Once you have scraped out as much as you need, gently pour it into the funnel.
If it gets stuck in the funnel, use a toothpick, or something similar, to push it down the funnel.
Step 3: Mix It In
Grab your mascara wand, and use it to mix in the eye shadow. Push it up and down, and swirl it in there.
Step 4: Testing It Out
Once you feel that you have mixed it enough, apply some onto your eyelashes. If you like the way it looks, then you are done.
If you feel that it needs to be darker or brighter, repeat steps Two to Three until you have your desired result.
Step 5: Show Them Off!
You can make any color mascara, blue, pink, green, purple!
Have fun with it!
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