Natural cosmetics: 3 homemade makeup recipes

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A discreet touch of blush, a little mascara or an attractive lipstick. When you’re a flirt, you like to wear makeup. But there’s no question of applying just anything to your skin. What if we started making our own makeup? Here are 3 recipes to make at home.

Kingdom of synthetic dyes, silicones, mineral oils, parabens and endocrine disruptors, commercial makeup is a fabulous cocktail of molecules that are harmful to our bodies. Since we eat organic food, use organic and natural cosmetics and hygiene products, it is time to switch to makeup free of all toxic substances.

Creating your own makeup has many advantages, including the ability to fully customize it. It is possible to choose the textures, the colors, the products adapted to our type of skin but especially to get rid of the toxic elements. You can control the composition of the product by using real “active” ingredients (vegetable butters and oils, essential oils, floral waters). In addition to being economical and ecological, makeup becomes a real care for our skin.

The healthy glow blush

In English, the term “blush” means “to turn pink with emotion”. Applied to the cheekbones, this pretty pink powder illuminates your face and gives you a healthy glow. This 100% natural blush can be prepared in minutes and can be stored for 6 months.


  • 1 jar of 50ml
  • Ingredients:
  • 25g of cornstarch
  • 25g of pink clay


  1. In a mortar, crush the cornstarch and clay to obtain a fine and homogeneous texture.
  2. Transfer the powder to a disinfected glass jar.

Eyeliner for doe eyes

Eyeliner enhances your eyes while intensifying your look. Draw a thin line along the lash line for a natural effect or a thicker line for a more sophisticated look.


  • 1 bowl
  • mini whisk
  • Measuring spoon or pipette
  • 1 small bottle containing


  • Mineral water (9 ml)
  • Guar gum (15g)
  • Cosgard preservative (on Aroma-zone)


  1. In a bowl, whisk together 9 ml of mineral water with 2 drops of black oxide.
  2. Add the 15 g of guar gum.
  3. Shake vigorously with the mini whisk without waiting until you obtain a homogeneous gel.
  4. Add the Cosgard preservative and mix.
  5. Transfer the paste to your bottle.

A black mascara for an intense look

Natural and easy to make, this black charcoal mascara enhances and intensifies your eyes. You can also use cocoa if you want to make a brown colored mascara.


  • 1 teaspoon
  • An empty mascara tube
  • 1 piping bag


  • 2 teaspoons coconut oil
  • 4 teaspoons of aloe vera gel
  • ½ teaspoon of beeswax
  • 1 or 2 capsules of activated charcoal


  1. Melt the coconut oil, beeswax and Aloe vera gel in a double boiler and gently mix.
  2. Add the activated charcoal and mix again.
  3. Remove from heat and let cool in the air for a few minutes.
  4. Using a piping bag, carefully fill your empty mascara tube with the mixture.

Strawberry balm for dewy lips

Slightly dewy lips in summer are possible with this natural strawberry lip balm. Protect and moisturize your lips in minutes.


  • 7ml glass jar
  • Mini whisk
  • 5 measuring spoons
  • Scale


  • 2.3g of vegetable shea butter
  • 1g of beeswax
  • 3g of organic vanilla oil macerate
  • 0.1g of natural extract of organic strawberry
  • 0.02g of Oxyde Rose mineral colorant (2 spoons 0.08mL) (on Aroma-zone)
  • 0.07g of white shiny Mica mineral nacre (1 spoon 0.40mL) (on Aroma-zone)
  • 1 drop of vitamin E anti-oxidant


  1. In a bowl, melt 2.3g of shea butter in a double boiler over low heat.
  2. In the same bowl, mix the shea butter, white beeswax and vanilla macerate and remove from heat.
  3. Incorporate in order: the natural aromatic extract strawberry bio, the mineral coloring of pink oxide, the mineral mother-of-pearl then the vitamin E.
  4. Using a mini whisk, mix between each addition to form a homogeneous color preparation.
  5. If the mixture is too thick, warm it up slightly.
  6. Place the mixture in a small jar.
  7. Let cool at room temperature.

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