Make Your Own Flavored Lip Gloss

Hickory Cottage By Hickory Cottage, 18th Apr 2012 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/2ylg5rdc/
Posted in Wikinut>Health>Youth & Beauty>Beauty & Skin Care

Have you ever wished that they made lip gloss in the flavors you like? Well, quit wishing, get to the kitchen, and make your own!

Love your lips.

To make your own lip gloss, you will need:
•1/8 cup vegetable shortening
•1/8 tsp (more or less to taste) of artificial sweetener of your choice, (not required if you don’t want your lip gloss sweet)
•1/8 tsp of  Kool-Aid packet flavor of your choice, or cocoa powder, or a few drops of essential oil, or vanilla extract
•small clean container to put your lip gloss in
•craft stick or something similar to stir with
•microwaveable container to melt ingredients in, or small pan for the stovetop


Melt the shortening for a few seconds, making sure to not overdo it. You want it soft, not liquid.
Add the sweetener
Add the flavoring of your choice. (I use the cheap generic Kool-Aid substitute)
Stir until all the ingredients are mixed well.
Let cool.
With the stick, pack the lip gloss into your container.
Go kiss the person of your choice.

Tags

Homemade Beauty Products, Homemade Lip Gloss, Homemakers, Lip Gloss

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author avatar Hickory Cottage
I'm a homemaker, wife, and mom. I have too many hobbies to mention, but let's say, I'm artistic, crafty, and musical. As a writer, I'll generally focus on frugal living, but I'll write about anything.

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author avatar rarity
18th Apr 2012 (#)

Hmmm...sounds delicious to me.

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author avatar avery sandiego
18th Apr 2012 (#)

Hmm...this is nice, is it better to use vegetable shortening, is that the lard?...are petroleum based lip gloss bad?

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author avatar Val Mills
19th Apr 2012 (#)

As simple as that, huh? You are showing us you have many skills.

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author avatar Karman's Kreations
19th Apr 2012 (#)

Interesting. This could be a great idea for Christmas Gifts. :)

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author avatar Hickory Cottage
19th Apr 2012 (#)

I think anything that's edible would be better for you, if accidentally ingested, than a petroleum based product, and it doesn't have an aftertaste.

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