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Recipe: Homemade Concealer

This natural concealer nourishes your skin while helping conceal blemishes. It is customizable to match your skin tone, and easy to apply in a lip balm sized applicator.

Optional Supplies For Mixing Pigment Powders:

  • Disposable gloves
  • Apron
  • Face Mask
  • Wax paper or parchment paper

Ingredients:

Instructions:

  1. Melt the beeswax, coconut oil and cocoa butter together on low heat in the bowl of a double boiler.
  2. Once melted, remove from heat, add rosehip and vitamin E oil and stir.
  3. Whisk in arrowroot powder, clay and zinc oxide. Reheat gently if mixture solidifies too much.

Instructions for Mixing Pigment Powders:

  1. In a small bowl or on parchment paper, combine pigment powders, a small pinch at a time, to find a color that best matches your skin tone. Experiment with combining red oxide, brown oxide, and either yellow for warmer skin tones or orchid for cooler skin tones, along with white (oil soluble titanium dioxide) to lighten or black to darken. Read more on How to Mix Pigment Powders for Homemade Cosmetics in this article.
  2. Test on your wrist, then once you have a good match, combine a small amount of the concealer mixture with the pigment mixture and test on your wrist again.
  3. Once you have the desired color, add the pigment mixture to the concealer mixture in small pinches, and stir to combine. For light skin you will need less total pigment, approx ½ tsp - 1 tsp total, whereas darker skin tones will require more.
  4. Scoop mixture into a 2 oz tin or other small container of choice.

To Apply:

Apply a small amount of concealer using a clean makeup applicator or cotton swab and blend well. Then continue with your normal makeup routine (foundation, blush, etc.) as desired.

Shelf Life and Storage Information:

Store in a cool dark place and always use a clean applicator. Product is best used within 1-3 months.

Safety Information:

  • Pigment powders are safe and non-toxic, but they do stain.
  • Use gloves and apron to protect skin and clothing from stains, and wear face mask if desired to minimize inhaling fine powders.
  • Always patch test a product before applying to check for sensitivities.

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At A Glance

TOTAL: 45 minutes
YIELD: Makes approximately 1-2 oz