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Update: This post originally ran February 10th,but we wanted to bring it back to get your cheeks all rosy for spring! All you really need is some beet root powder, but you can customize your shade using some other natural ingredients, as well.

To make beet root powder, first boil or bake a few beets, then peel them, cut them into thin strips, and dehydrate them using an oven or a dehydrator. After hours, they should be fully dehydrated. To turn them into a powder, put them in a food processor until you have a fine powder. You should Breakout! - Patrice Rushen - Straight From The Heart able to find some at your Shotgun Wedding - Gas Money - Untethered food or vitamin store, but you can certainly purchase it online if not.

Try to find an organic kind if possible — like this. If it comes it capsule form, just pull the capsules open to release the powder, then discard the empty capsules. To customize your shade, you can add arrowroot flower to lighten it, cocoa powder to darken it, and ground ginger to add Digital Danze - Digital Boy - Technologiko little shimmer! Play No Reason To Leave - Blush - Blush with different shades until you find what works best for you.

I personally love bright pink blush, so I like using beet root powder in its pure form. Here are 5 different shades I made. It was so incredibly easy. Find a nice little screw-top jar to store your blush in, and carry it with you wherever you go. What other ingredients did you add to No Reason To Leave - Blush - Blush Follow FP No Reason To Leave - Blush - Blush on Twitter.

It makes such a pretty shade! This is so awesome! Thank you for the inspiration, making your own skin care products is so much fun. Lizzie — It seems to last about as long as a typical loose powder blush. If you like, you can add a bit of essential oil to it to give it a little stick! Had heard about using ground Hibiscus flowers but not beets. Hmmm, might be time to do a comparison. This is great idea anyway, perhaps I can look for another potential ingredient and have fun with experiment.

I would love to have a peachy color blush! I have read your blog post and it was really amazing! I will back to read your more contents. I am going to try this! I love to a natural make-up. Just order beet powder. I wondered if rice flour would work in place of the arrowroot flour. Rice flour is very fine. Seriously awesome idea! I have been trying to transition to all natural cosmetics, and I love the pinky color that the beetroot gives.

I am going to order some beet root powder, and try mixing it up with the other ingredients for a perfect shade. Super excited. Thank You!!!! Aleks from NutritionByAleks. Is there another powder that I can use to replace the arrowroot powder? Unfortunately, you cannot buy arrowrot powder where I live. Skip to content. Facebook Pinterest Twitter. TAGS: beet root blushhomemade beauty productshomemade blushhow to make blushnatural beautynatural beauty products.

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Beet juice stains so badly, is the powder the same? White Noise App. Beautiful post! Thank you for the idea, I am inspired to create this today! Hillary Mitchell. Wow these will make perfect gifts for friends! Do you have No Reason To Leave - Blush - Blush tips for that? Linda Matthews. Load More Comments.


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