If you want to keep things natural, DIY eyeliners should be the way to go. Not only will these eyeliners save you money, but they’re also safe to use, as they contain rich all-natural ingredients that are friendly to the skin. Moreover, making your own DIY eyeliner will most certainly be cost-effective. The best part about homemade eyeliner is that it is super simple to make. Today, we will show you three amazing eyeliner recipes that you can easily make at home.
1. Beeswax and Coconut Oil Eyeliner
This is a great eyeliner recipe that uses beeswax and coconut oil. Beeswax can create a protective layer on the skin and has anti-inflammatory properties too. Its moisturizing ingredients are incredibly hydrating to your lashes and will promote hair growth and prevent hair breakage.
* 1/16 teaspoon beeswax
* 1/2 teaspoon coconut oil
* 1/4 teaspoon distilled water
* 2 activated charcoal capsules
* 2 drops of vitamin E oil.
1. In a saucepan, add beeswax and oil. Heat on medium until melted.
2. Remove from stove and pour into a small container.
3. Now add the activated charcoal and vitamin E oil.
4. Gently add the water. Mix well until you reach the desired consistency.
This liquid eyeliner can be applied with an eyeliner brush. It will last for about a month.
2. Activated Charcoal Eyeliner
Activated charcoal is the basic ingredient used in any homemade black eyeliner recipe. It’s a fine black powder made from charcoal that can be easily found at drugstores in capsule or powder form. For this simple eyeliner recipe, we will combine activated charcoal with distilled water.
* 1/2 teaspoon (2 capsules) activated charcoal
* 1 teaspoon distilled water.
1. In a small bowl, add activated charcoal. Then add the distilled water.
2. Mix well until a paste is formed. Store in an airtight container.
3. Cocoa Powder Eye Liner
If you're bored of using black eyeliner and want a different dark shade for your lashes, then try this cocoa powder eyeliner. It helps create that rich brown liner and gives your eyes a different look.
* 1 tablespoon of organic cocoa powder
* 2-3 drops of water or rose water
* 2 teaspoons coconut oil.
1. In a small bowl, add a tablespoon of cocoa powder.
2. Now, add the rose water and coconut oil and mix well. Keep the consistency as thick as a gel. Store in an airtight container.
Note: Use a clean brush while making any of these recipes to ensure you don’t introduce any bacteria to the mixture.
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