Introduction: How to Make DIY Matte Lipstick

Beauty DIY which you won't be able to resist trying.
Now make your own lipstick out of crayons
All you need is a container, crayons(non-toxic), coconut oil Yep that's it!
This DIY lipstick is everything! It so inexpensive you won't believe. Honestly I got 24 shade Crayons in Rs130 only Imagine how many shades you can make. This is such a fun and easy procedure you'll definitely enjoy. And if you're wondering if it is safe or not let me ease you by telling that its totally safe because ingredients used are just coconut and non-toxic crayons.
I used non-toxic oil pastel to make purple white one and for rest I used crayons You can also add honey or any essential oil for the scent I added honey in the pink one. Although I did mess it up first time pouring it into the container but If I had a jar container I would have stored lipsticks in that. I honestly love the result I got. I already have red lipsticks so I decided to make lipsticks that not easily available and make a statement. So experiment, mix up colors you want see if you make a new shade. Or with this easy DIY lipstick hack you can recreate shades that you always wanted to buy but they were so expensive you never made it to the store.
If try this or like this idea, Do let me know :D


3rdiii (author)2017-03-19

do you microwave it?

pvsquare (author)3rdiii2017-03-19

I made a double boiler because it's just easier you have more control over it. You can also melt it in microwave but keep an eye on it because it melts fast

DIY Hacks and How Tos (author)2017-03-18

Great tutorial. Thanks for sharing with the community.

glad you like it :)

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