DIY Lip balm
Coconut Oil And Beetroot powder DIY Lip balm
- Coconut oil
- Beetroot powder or any food color
- Take 1 tbsp coconut oil and very tiny amount of beewax
- Melt both ingredients in double boiler and keep mixing with a spoon until it’s mixed thoroughly
- Remove the bowl carefully, add a pinch of beetroot powder and give it a good mix. (For deeper color add 1/2 tbsp of beetroot powder)
- Immediately transfer it to a container.
- Refrigerate it for half an hour.
Crayon And Coconut Oil DIY Lip balm
- 1 tablespoon coconut oil
- 1 non-toxic high-quality crayon
(I picked a non-toxic crayon pack from the stationary shop. Make sure you read the ingredients mentioned on the pack of the crayons carefully and also confirm with the seller that it’s non-toxic.
- Pick any crayon of your choice and unwrap it. Remember one crayon for one lip balm.
- Break the crayon stick into small pieces, place it in a bowl and add one tablespoon of coconut oil to it
- Heat water in a pan and switch it off once it comes to a boiling point. Carefully place the bowl onto the pan. (use a steel or glass bowl)
- Melt and stir until the mixture is smooth.
- Pour your crayon lip balm into the empty container and refrigerate it for 20 mins.
Coconut Oil And Vaseline DIY Lip balm
- 1 tbsp coconut oil
- 1 tbsp Vaseline
- Lipstick of your choice ( optional)
- Essential Oil (optional)
- Mix the vaseline and coconut oil in a small bowl.
- Cut a tiny amount of lipstick of your choice (I prefer pink) and add it to the bowl.
- If you don’t like to add any color to your lip balm and just want it to smell good, then add 3 drops of your favorite essential oil.
- Using a double boiler method melt all the ingredients well.
- Pour the mixture into an empty container and leave it to harden.
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Hey guys! I am going to review BBlunt One Night Stand Temporary Hair Colour in the shade Blue Velvet today. It was really fun to experiment with this temporary hair colour. Before I start with the details of the product, I just want to say that this post is not sponsored. My sister got this for herself to try, and since I found it really fascinating I decided to test it on my hair and let my readers know about the product. So let’s begin…
Colour on your own terms. A cool new way to colour hair without having to commit permanently. Spray on to add a dramatic splash of colour to your day. Simply shampoo to wash off colour. Specially created for Indian hair.
Available: Blue, Copper, Bronze, and Pink
shelf life: 2 years.
Price: 350 INR
Best way to apply BBlunt One Night Stand Temporary Hair Colour
Apply to dry hair styled hair. Wear protective gear to prevent colour from staining hands and clothes. Isolate the section you want to colour. shake can well before use. hold six inches away from the hair and spray evenly on the desired areas. Allow to dry and comb through. For intensity, of color repeat the steps. In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately.
Pros of BBlunt One Night Stand Temporary Hair Colour
Comes in three beautiful shades
lasts pretty long
Colour pay off is good
The packaging is travel-friendly
Easy to spray
Cons of BBlunt One Night Stand Temporary Hair Colour
Takes time for the colour to get rid of the hair
It could leak if not handle properly
Makes the hair super dry and rough
My Experience With BBlunt One Night Stand Temporary Hair Colour Blue Velvet
The first day I tried on my bangs. I was pretty happy with the result in the first few hours, but then it later turned my hair too stiff and dry. The second day I tried it on my braid, just at the ends like ombre. It stayed well and even though it made my hair stiff it didn’t bother me much.
My advice while using BBlunt One Night Stand Temporary Hair Colour
When spraying the product, make sure you spray it lightly giving light pressure. This will help you cover the desired hair strands without much product wastage.
Would I recommend?
This product is ideal for people who don’t like dying their hair but would love to add some vibrant colour to their hair sometime. Also, for those people who are taking a break from market dyes or have been applying henna on their hair. As you all know that once you apply henna getting a hair dye is almost impossible, so this is a perfect choice.However, I wouldn’t suggest you use this regularly.Use it very sparingly.You can use it to highlight your hair or to create an ombre effect.
Where to buy?
You can buy at Amazon. Here is the direct link to the product. Buy Here
I have no idea why am I writing this post, but I had to in order to tell you ladies that you are not alone. Beauty stores and beauty salons are the places I go (not-so) often to pamper myself and feel beautiful, but these place many a time does exactly the opposite. Here are some extremely annoying lectures and monologue I had to bear in this so-called beauty whatever.
I walk into a beauty store, I stretch my hands to pick up my regular face cream and I hear a sales lady who had been following me like a shadow saying ” Ma’am, try this new product, it will be very good for your Pimples”. Talking to myself “Well, I know I do have acne, but not more enough to feel bad about it.” My actual reply ” Ummm, yeah… thanks for noticing, but I came just for my regular face cream” Then, I keep the cream back and leave the store immediately. ” I’d rather buy somewhere else!
During one of my hot hair oil massage session in a beauty salon, the lady doing the magic on my head says ” Ma’am your hair is really dry and has crazy split ends. Why don’t you go for a really deep hair conditioning after this? ” Me talking to myself ” I know you got to say that because you want more clients, but why in a way making a person feel so damn bad about themselves? ” In real ” Oh yeah… (feeling really awkward) I’d come next time for sure.
I have really scanty eyebrows ( I agree) and the other day when I went to do my eyebrows, the lady there asks ” Ma’am what do you want me to do with your eyebrows?” Me: “Thread my eyebrows ” The lady “But you have no eyebrows” Me “Give it a shape! That’s it”
The same lady who is threading my eyebrows with full concentration gives me some beauty tips after she is done. Which I really appreciate, until she says “Ma’am apply egg yolk on your face every day, it will help shrink the large facial pores you have. Me ” Do you mean to say egg white” Her ” Oh, yes!” Me: Facepalm.
Have you ever been in such situation or been made felt that you are not beautiful? Remember, they are just doing their job, don’t let their comments steal your peace of mind. You are beautiful. Simply be kind to yourself and love yourself the way you are. 🙂