DIY Lip Balm "Jersey Girl Knows Best"

3 Materials
$4
5 Minutes
Easy

Did you know it was so easy to make your own DIY Lip Balm?! It is! All you need is vaseline and some eye shadow. Yes! Eye shadow! Use this quick hack to get your everyday fix of a lip balm to finish your day look. Ready?! Let's do this!

First, I start with all my ingredients. Vaseline, a power eyeshadow and a small container to store it. I found these small containers at the dollar store. You could also use powder blush for this since its the same as a powder eye shadow. For a nude tone, you could also use a powder foundation. Or mix two of them and create your own signature color! Here I used some blush that I had.

Start by putting some Vaseline in the little container. I fill the small container about 1/2 way with the vaseline, about 1/2 tablespoon.

Scrape the pressed powder into a loose powder. I used about a 1/4 tsp. Depending on what type of powder eye shadow or blush you are using will determine if you need to scrape it.

Mix the 2 ingredients with the cotton swab.

You can in more Vaseline to fill the jar and thoroughly mix to combine. Once completely combined, I test it out on my lips. If you don’t get the desired pigment of color, just add in more loose powder eye shadow or blush.


Now just place the lip balm on our lips and your look is complete! Gorgeous and fun! I hope you liked this DIY lip balm tutorial and follow my other social media pages for more beauty tips and tricks.

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Suggested materials:
  • Vaseline   (Dollar Tree)
  • Eyeshadow or blush   (Dollar Tree)
  • Lip balm container   (Dollar Tree)

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