Here are some swatches the one on the top is more sheer because I added more coconut oil then crayons.
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Step 1: Supplies
Old chapstick/petroleum jelly or coconut oil,crayons,microwavable bowl or cup,stir stick or spoon,and lip balm container I'm using a plastic shot glass from the dollar store.
Step 2: Add Ingredients
Mix together about one and a half to two tablespoons of you petroleum jelly or coconut oil or old chapstick to your microwaveable bowl or cup. Then add in like two or three crayons depending on how pigmented you want your lipstick to be is how many crayons to add I added four pieces.
Step 3: Melt Contents
Put your microwaveable bowl or cup of all the contents in the microwave for thirty seconds and then another thirty seconds and again. And again if you need too. Stir in between each thirty seconds.CAUTION may be hot.
Step 4: Add to Container
Add your melted contents into your container then put it in the freezer. During the summer keep it in a cold area so it doesn't melt but in the winter time you can store it wherever you want. Once hardened take out of the freezer.
Step 5: You're Done!
And that's it your done o hop you liked this! I ended up male two just for fun!!
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