This DIY Organic Lip and Cheek stain is easy to make, kid safe, and has only one ingredient: Beet Juice! If you are not a fan of Beets, don’t worry; you can’t taste the beets really at all. Although to be fair, I personally like the taste of Beets and I use them in my skin glowing juicing recipe, which was posted on Mixed Makeup recently. I love a good DIY, and just like this DIY Face scrub for glowing skin, this lip product is quick, easy, and would make a great gift.
So, if you are someone who is looking for an organic and natural ways to do your beauty routine, this DIY beet juice, lip and cheek stain will be right up your alley. And—even if you are not looking for natural beauty, this is a fun and safe makeup option for a curious kid wanting to explore adding color to their face.
Ingredients for Organic Lip and Cheek Stain
- Organic Beets or Organic Beet Juice Powder
- Juicer (unless using organic beet power)
- Plastic Lip Stain Container that are 12 for $7.99 on Amazon
How to make Organic Lip and Cheek Stain
Here is how you can make this DIY lip and cheek stain at home. First you need to buy Organic Beets and juice them in your juicer if you have one. If you don’t have a juicer, just buy Organic Beet Juice Powder and add water to it. Next, boil the beet juice for two to three minutes or until it’s thickened. Thickening the juice just makes it easier to contain and less messy. You can always add water in order to make it less thick.
Now all that you need to do is pour or scoop the Beet juice into a container, and you have a DIY Organic lip and cheek stain made out of Beet juice. In order to apply this very color potent stain, I would suggest using a q-tip for your lips and a cotton ball for your cheeks. If you get too much stain, or it’s not blending into your skin as you had hoped, just use a little water and smooth it out. Beet juice is water soluble, so it’s pretty easy to get off. For lip stain longevity, make sure to apply several layers and blot it down in between.
To preserve your completely organic, natural, and cruelty-free makeup product, just keep it in the fridge fo around two weeks. If you want to carry it around with you, just make sure it’s tossed within ten day’s as there are no preservatives. If you have left over lip and cheek stain, you can always use it as paint for your kids for craft time. Just a thought.
Have you ever used a vegetable or fruit in your makeup routine? Have a great day and make sure and try this DIY Organic lip and cheek stain!