DIY – Natural Homemade Eyeliner and Mascara Recipes For Safe And Striking Eye Makeup


We’ve already shown you the preparation of natural facial makeup products like foundation, concealer, moisturizer, etc. Now, it is time to indulge in some all-natural eye makeup products. This blog will teach you some simple and easy ways to make eyeliner and mascara at your home. Check it out:


Natural Homemade Eyeliner and Mascara Recipes

DIY – Natural Homemade Eyeliner Recipes

Recipe 1:

Ingredients:

  • Organic coconut oil – 2 teaspoons (extra virgin coconut oil will be the best choice)
  • Pure aloe vera gel – 4 teaspoons
  • Activated charcoal – 1 or 2 capsules [for ‘black’ eyeliner]
  • Cocoa powder – (1/2) tablespoon [for ‘brown’ eyeliner]

How-To:


  1. Take pure aloe vera gel in a clean saucepan.
  2. Pour organic coconut oil into it.
  3. Add activated charcoal or cocoa powder (as per your preference of color) to the pan.
  4. Put it over low heat and stir with a spoon until all the ingredients melt down completely to form an even mixture.
  5. Remove the saucepan from the heat and allow the mixture to cool down.
  6. Pour it into a clean plastic bag pushing towards any of its corner.
  7. Make a tiny hole at the opposite corner of the bag.
  8. Now, take a clean and empty eyeliner tube and start pushing the mixture kept in the plastic bag into it through the hole made in that.
  9. Transfer the entire mixture into the tube slowly and close the lid tightly to make it air-tight.

Natural Homemade Eyeliner and Mascara Recipes

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Recipe 2:

Ingredients:

  • Shea butter – 1 tablespoon
  • Jojoba oil – 4 tablespoons
  • Castor oil – 4 tablespoons
  • Candelilla wax – 4 tablespoons
  • Palm kernel stearin – 2 tablespoons (or any other plant wax of your choice)
  • Activated charcoal / cocoa powder – 2 tablespoons (other color grinds of your preference can also be used)
  • Preservative – (1/2) teaspoon (optional)

How-To:

  1. Take candelilla wax and palm kernel stearin in a sauce pan.
  2. Pour jojoba oil and castor oil into it.
  3. Add shea butter to the pan and place it over low heat. Let the ingredients melt down completely. Keep stirring the whole thing with a spoon occasionally.
  4. Turn off the heat and place the saucepan aside to cool down.
  5. Add activated charcoal or cocoa powder or any color grind of your choice and stir to blend well. If you are using preservative, add it at this stage and mix nicely.
  6. Pour it into the clean empty eyeliner tube just like the previous way.

Store the eyeliner tube in a cool dark place and apply with the help of a clean brush every time.

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DIY – Natural Homemade Mascara Recipes

Recipe 1:

Ingredients:

  • Organic coconut oil – 2 teaspoons (extra virgin coconut oil is more preferable)
  • Pure aloe vera gel – 4 teaspoons
  • Grated beeswax – 1 teaspoon
  • Activated charcoal – 1 or 2 capsules [for ‘black’ eyeliner]
  • Cocoa powder – (1/2) tablespoon [for ‘brown’ eyeliner]

How-To:

  1. Take pure aloe vera gel in a clean saucepan.
  2. Pour organic coconut oil into it. Also, add grated beeswax to the pan.
  3. Put it over low heat and stir with a spoon until beeswax melt down completely to form an even mixture.
  4. Add activated charcoal or cocoa powder (as per your preference of color). Stir again with a spoon until everything is combined properly.
  5. Remove the saucepan from the heat and allow the mixture to cool down.
  6. Pour it into a clean plastic bag pushing towards any of its corner.
  7. Make a tiny hole at the opposite corner of the bag.
  8. Now, take a clean and empty mascara tube and start pushing the mixture kept in the plastic bag into it through the hole.
  9. Transfer the entire mixture into the tube slowly and twist on the wand tightly to make it air-tight.

Natural Homemade Eyeliner and Mascara Recipes

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Recipe 2:

Ingredients:

  • Jojoba oil – 1 tablespoon
  • Glycerin – 1 tablespoon
  • Pure aloe vera gel – 1(1/2) tablespoons
  • Candelilla wax – 3 tablespoons
  • Emulsifying wax – 2 tablespoons
  • Ozokerite wax – 2 tablespoons
  • Stearic acid – 2 tablespoons
  • Activated charcoal / cocoa powder – 2 tablespoons (other color grinds of your preference can also be used)
  • Wetting oil (of your choice) – 1 tablespoon
  • HEC (hydroxyethylcellulose) – (1/2) tablespoon
  • Distilled water – 3 tablespoons
  • Preservative – (1/2) teaspoon (optional)

How-To:

  1. Pour wetting oil and color grind of your choice in a mixing bowl. Mix them well and set aside.
  2. Take candelilla wax, emulsifying wax, ozokerite wax and stearic acid in a sauce pan. Place it over low heat. Keep stirring the whole thing with a spoon occasionally and let it melt down gradually.
  3. Take jojoba oil, pure aloe vera gel, glycerin and distilled water in another sauce pan. Place it over low heat too.
  4. Once the oil-gel mixture is warm enough, remove it from the heat and add HEC to it. Stir with the help of a spoon so that HEC gets dissolved completely.
  5. Remove the melted wax mixture from the heat and add the color mixture to it. Once again, stir to combine everything.
  6. Now, pour the HEC-dissolved oil-gel mixture into this wax-color mixture and keep stirring so that no lump is formed.
  7. Put the sauce pan over medium-low heat and blend everything well to form a smooth uniform concoction.
  8. When all the ingredients come together, turn the heat off and add preservative to the mixture while stirring it continuously.
  9. Pour it into the clean empty mascara tube just like the previous way.

Make sure that you change the tube and wand every 4 to 6 months to avoid the growth of bacteria in your homemade mascara.

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