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Im not a lipstick fan. I don’t like the matte look either. I like my skin, my hair, my lips to either shine or gloss or dew. The wet look is so me. Pile on more moisture please..

As I searched for natural glosses with complimentary colors to my skin, I found so few and many of those were expensive. So I decided to make my own.

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Many vegan make up lines are great, yet still carry some of these harmful ingredients. I find it amazing that they don’t want to hurt animals, and I agree with that, but decide to leave ingredients that can harm some people instead.

I decided not to choose those, but other companies that sell natural harmless (meaning little or least negative skin and body reaction to any natural occurring substance) ingredients.

Next, I started with lipstick colors I liked: pink pastels, ruby hott red, and warm toned Cooper.

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These all have mostly natural ingredients. What isn’t in these lipsticks, nor any of my makeup are:

TALC
MINERAL OIL
SLS
PARABENS
SILICONES

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After I picked the colors, I put them to a metal tin, added 2 products listed below  and placed it inside a pan warming on the stove.

Castor Oil
Glycerin

After melting them and mixing to true consistency, I poured the liquid in a small lip container and waited for it to solidify.

Here are the results:

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Will you also create your own lipgloss or buy one of the costly natural lines on the market?

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