Organic Natural Mascara DIY RecipeWhat you'll need:2 tsp coconut oil4 tsp aloe vera gel1/2 1 tsp grated bees wax1 2 capsules of activated charcoal (for black) or cocoa powder (for brown)A clean mascara containerNote: Due to temperature differences you may want to add more beeswax to give more "hold" to your mascara. Keep in mind that coconut oil is a...
Organic Natural Mascara DIY Recipe
What you’ll need:
2 tsp coconut oil
4 tsp aloe vera gel
1/2 – 1 tsp grated bees wax
1 – 2 capsules of activated charcoal (for black) or cocoa powder (for brown)
A clean mascara container
Note: Due to temperature differences you may want to add more beeswax to give more “hold” to your mascara. Keep in mind that coconut oil is a liquid above 75 degrees. You can increase the beeswax to 3/4 or even 1 tsp if it’s really warm where you live… or if you want more of a “waterproof” mascara.
1. Put coconut oil, aloe vera gel, and grated bees wax in a small saucepan over low heat. Stir until beeswax is completely melted.
2. Open 1 – 2 capsules of activated charcoal (depending on desired color, about 1/4 – 1/2 tsp) and pour into oil mixture. Stir until completely incorporated. Remove from heat.
3. Pour into a small plastic bag, pushing the mixture down to one corner. Then cut a very small hole in the opposite corner of the bag.
4. Fold the corner with the cut whole until you have a small tip that you can push into the empty mascara tube. Make sure the tip goes far enough into the tube or you’ll have a big mess on your hands!
5. Keep the small-hole-end securely in the tube (or get your helper to hold it in place). Begin pressing the mascara mixture toward the tube. Don’t move too quickly or it will come out and you’ll have mess to deal with. Keep moving the mixture into the tube until it’s all in.
6. Place the inner cap in place and then twist the wand on tightly.
Note: Like all mascaras, it is important that you use this homemade mascara wisely. Proper use of mascara includes disposal of tube and brush after four to six months. Homemade mascara should also be disposed of if found to smell different, strange, or especially pungent. It is unlikely and unusual, but all mascara does have the capability to grow bacteria. Make sure to keep the lid on tightly or this homemade mascara will dry out.
Yes ,i like,it and use well, my daughters have, and i will buy new of excellent brand after some days
I've actually tried this exact recipe but for some reason the charcoal kept separating from the mixture. I have a few recipes I'm going to test today