Make Your Own Natural Eyeliner At Home

So we are all obsessed with eye liners aren’t we? Eyes speaks a thousand ways as they say, and every girl wants her eyes to look beautiful as she expresses herself the most through her eyes.

Natural Eyeliner

It is not just today but girls have always particularly loved to enhance the eyes. It all started with simple kajal which was homemade with charcoal. Then it evolved and we started using the eye liner as well as they gave a more distinctive line to the eyes and it can be applied even on eyelids effortlessly. Then a dozen of brands came with various versions of eyeliners and now we have so many options in the market. The downside of this evolution is that with these new eye liners comes the fact that we are feeding our eyes with a whole lot of chemicals, which could be very harmful to the eyes in the long run.

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So now a days when everything can be homemade, why not the eyeliner? Yes, even eyeliner can be made at home without much of a fuss and that too as good as all the other famous brand. You don’t believe me? Well, read on as I tell you the ways to make your own eyeliner at home.

The truth about the branded eyeliners!

Though all the brands of eyeliners claim that the products used are all natural, it really isn’t so. The fact is that the ingredients are not really controlled by the FDA therefore it simply means that anything could go into it. Ingredients that could react with your skin too and for that matter even carcinogens and yes, do not forget the fragrance! The fragrance quotient is infused by usually very dangerous products, that is why most of the time the company does not reveal that ingredient claiming to protect the secrecy of ‘the secret ingredient’.

Let us know how to make easy DIY homemade natural eyeliner


Ingredients required:

  • 1/2 teaspoon activated charcoal
  • 1 teaspoon cornstarch
  • 1/2 teaspoon magnesium sulfate (Epsom salts)
  • 1/2 teaspoon cocoa butter
  • 4 teaspoons jojoba oil
  • 1 teaspoon beeswax


Take a bowl and put cornstarch, salts and charcoal into it. Keep it in the top insert of the double boiler with the beeswax, cocoa butter and jojoba oil. Heat it up till all the ingredients are melted. Then pour the ingredients and mix it well. Viola! Your eyeliner is ready. The final product will be a smooth liquid with buttery texture. Take a clean and empty container and transfer the eyeliner into it. Cool it and use it.

2 . Here is another recipe of homemade eyeliner:

Ingredients required:

  • 4 teaspoons aloe Vera gel
  • 2 teaspoons coconut oil
  • 1 – 2 capsules of activated charcoal( to make black eyeliner and cocoa powder to make brown eyeliner)


Take a clean bowl, a spoon and transfer all the above mentioned ingredients to it. Then mix it thoroughly and that’s it, you have your all natural homemade eyeliner ready! Transfer it into a clean container and it is ready to use.


To increase the intensity of the color black, you can add more activated charcoal into the mixture. To get a thicker consistency in the eyeliner, you can add less coconut oil.



  • 1/8 tsp Jojoba oil
  • 2 tsp beeswax
  • ¼ tsp almond oil
  • 1 tsp (light) coconut wax
  • 3 tsp black oxide
  • 1 tsp (light) Shea butter
  • 1 tsp (light) Kaolin clay


Keep a low flame and then melt the beeswax, to that add coconut wax as well as Shea butter and let it melt completely. After that add almond oil, jojoba oil and kaolin clay in to it too. Finally put the black oxide and stir it well until it is mixed thoroughly. The eyeliner is ready, now just let it cool down and then transfer it into the container.

Use these homemade eyeliners and protect your eyes from all the unwanted chemicals.

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Divya Rechesh

Divya Rechesh is a Freelance Writer based in Mumbai currently. Outgoing, spunky and practical is what describes her the best. She hopes to experience new things everyday in life and contribute something to this world through her writing.

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