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  • Mia.

  • I know what you're doing Mia.

  • Hey guys, it's Wengie!

  • Welcome back and

  • Mia hug!

  • So today, I'm going to show you guys how to do some DIY makeup.

  • These turned out so well that I was surprised myself at how nice they were.

  • Although, I did try some really bad recipes online; which I didn't include, of course.

  • But today I'm here to make a special, awesome announcement!

  • I'm so excited to announce this; like, I can't even right now.

  • I'm gonna be collaborating with Lisa Frank and Glamour dolls on an eye shadow palette, like whaaat?

  • For those of you have not heard about Lisa Frank,

  • she is so amazing.

  • She's, like, literally my childhood.

  • And her art is all about rainbows, unicorns, colorful; like, everything I'm about.

  • Like, her art is my aesthetic.

  • But the most amazing thing is: you guys get to be involved as well; because, you

  • guys are my Wengiecorn Fam. And if I'm going to work on my first huge collaboration,

  • Its gonna be with you guys. So I really want you guys to help contribute to our

  • creative, chose the colors with us, choose the design of the palette.

  • And we've partnered with Glamour Dolls makeup to make this come alive, because

  • they are a high quality, vegan, cruelty-free brand

  • Not only that, but they make super affordable makeup, because I want this

  • collaboration to be affordable to everyone. And

  • the great thing about this whole process, is that this was internationally available.

  • No matter where you are, you can pre-order this palette.

  • If you want to get involved in the project, and join me in this creative process, don't forget

  • to check the links out down below.

  • I hope you guys are just as excited about this project as I am.

  • so without further ado, let's make some makeup!

  • Let's go!

  • Lip tints are so versatile and perfect for those casual days where you just need a pop of color.

  • And guess what? So easy to make. You'll need aloe vera gel, food coloring, essential

  • oil, and empty lip gloss container.

  • Take the amount of aloe vera gel equal to the amount of tint you want to make and

  • then add in your food coloring slowly.

  • I'm using a mixture of pink and red food coloring for my tint, but feel free to make up your own unique colors.

  • Keep testing your tint while you're adding in your food coloring and stop when you

  • have the desired amount of tint.

  • Aloe vera has anti inflammatory and hydrating properties and is also great for soothing acne.

  • You can also add in a few drops of peppermint oil or honey; if you like to the mix,

  • and you'll make it smell so much nicer.

  • Now transfer it into your lip gloss container.

  • Your lip gloss container may have a really small opening, so you may need to use a syringe to fill it up.

  • Leave a gap at the top because your applicator will take up some space and you don't

  • want it to spill over the top. And that's it.

  • Lip tint is complete.

  • This tint was so amazing swatch, and it's such a beautiful cherry red color.

  • Tints are generally a bit drying even with the aloe vera gel, so it's best to wear it under a gloss or lip balm.

  • I love this color so much and it really made my lips look so amazing.

  • This contour powder smells divine and you can make it from ingredients that you can find around the house.

  • You'll need some cocoa powder, corn starch, essential oil, and an empty compact if you want to press it in.

  • Simply add cocoa powder into a bowl, and mix in corn starch until you find the shade you like.

  • The corn starch helps lighten the color, so if you have paler skin you'll be adding more of this.

  • The alternative is to use some baby powder instead of corn starch.

  • At this point you can just use it like a loose powder or you can add some essential oils,

  • in to make it more of a cream contour.

  • I added around ten to fifteen drops, and this will give it a smoother texture.

  • To make it easier to press into the compact, I added some rubbing alcohol until it became a paste.

  • The alcohol will help disinfect your makeup and it will evaporate by the time you end

  • up using it, so you won't be getting it on your skin,

  • don't worry.

  • Spoon the paste into the compact and pack it down.

  • I added a folded napkin on for texture and pressed down using a round foundation

  • sponge to make sure it was completely packed down.

  • Let this dry naturally or with a hairdryer if you want to speed things up.

  • That's it. Your own DIY custom contour.

  • The color ended up being pretty dark as you can see, but once it was blended into

  • my skin it created a nice, cool, brown contour.

  • I wouldn't say this is comparable to a store bought one; but it's definitely fun and great to make in a pink.

  • I personally love cream blushes; because my skin is kind of dry and the texture just

  • gives you a perfect, rosy glow. So let's make our own.

  • You'll need some crayons, coconut oil, beeswax and an empty compact.

  • I lit a candle underneath my bowl to make these; but you can also use a double boiler.

  • First of all, add half a teaspoon of beeswax and two teaspoons of coconut oil.

  • The more beeswax you put in the harder the cream and less you put in the softer it will be.

  • You can also replace beeswax with shea butter as well for a more mousse like feeling

  • blush. And if you can't find beeswax you can just omit it altogether.

  • Peel off the paper off your crayons.

  • I picked a red crayon and a pink one; but you can choose any color you want.

  • Break them into pieces to make it easier to melt in.

  • Now start adding the colors in bit by bit.

  • The more crayon you add, the more pigmented the color of your blush will be.

  • I ended up using about 3/4 of the red and 3/4 of the pink for mine.

  • I'm obsessed with watching them melt all together.

  • It is so satisfying.

  • Now pour your mixture into the empty compact case, and tap it lightly to ensure that it's flat.

  • Put it aside to set.

  • It ended up creating this super adorable marble swirl when it set; and I'm obsessed with this.

  • When I swatched it, it was the prettiest color.

  • It was so glowy and natural looking as well.

  • This is perfect for anyone with dry skin, and it can give you a vibrant, natural, healthy glow on the go.

  • I simply love this.

  • I was so amazed when I found that you could DIY your own gel eyeliner.

  • This took a bit of trial and error to get the recipe right, because I like my eyeliner

  • to be super pigmented, so here's mine.

  • Also, this is perfect for those that have super sensitive skin, or love to try

  • natural makeup that doesn't have the chemicals you'll find in store bought versions.

  • You'll need activated charcoal tablets, aloe vera gel, coconut oil, and a small tub to store your goodies.

  • I used a mortar and pestle to finely grind my activated charcoal tablets

  • The finer it is, the smoother your eyeliner will be

  • You can also find capsules with the charcoal already ground up in them

  • You can find these in the drugstore because it's used to cure flatulence

  • Also you might have seen me use this to whiten my teeth before and yes, it actually works

  • Add 1 teaspoon of Aloe Vera gel and now take the tiniest amount of coconut oil like I mean tiny

  • Otherwise it'll be an oily mess, which happened to me the first time I made this

  • Add 2-3 teaspoons of activated charcoal and mix

  • Now you want to keep an eye on this formula and keep adjusting it and testing it along the way

  • The Aloe Vera makes it a gel and the coconut oil makes it glide on smoothly and the more charcoal you mix in, the more pigmented the liner

  • Keep adding more charcoal until you get a paste like consistency

  • If you accidently add too much powder and it gets to dry, don't worry just add more Aloe Vera gel and so on

  • If the formula isn't smooth enough, then just add a tiny bit of coconut oil until you get your ideal smoothness

  • Once you're happy, transfer it into your little tub and that's it

  • Super easy, right?

  • I was so happy with the formula after I swatched it, look how pigmented it is

  • Oh my gosh

  • However, it definitely applies better on dry skin then oily skin, so if you have oily lids like me, this formula would definitely slip of in an unflattering way

  • Maybe less coconut oil for oily liders,but sill excited that I actually made this eyeliner

  • How cool is this?!

  • DIY lip balm is so simple, and the great thing is you can fully customise it so you'll have your own unique scent and colours

  • You'll need some coconut oil, beeswax, vitamin E, EOS container and a lipstick of your choice,which is optional but super fun

  • First,melt 2 teaspoons of beeswax into a double boiler

  • This not only helps to keep the balm solid enough for the EOS,it also has anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties

  • Next, add 2 teaspoons of coconut oil and melt it together

  • Coconut oil can also help heal chapped lips while keeping them moisturised

  • Add 1 teaspoon of Vitamin E oil which you can either get in a loose or in capsule form

  • If you like, you can add some peppermint oil or a drop of essential oil for scent, it's really up to you

  • Then, finally add a tiny bit of any lipstick to give your balm a beautiful colour

  • This is a great way to use lipsticks that are too bold, that you hardly wear them out and of course, the more you add the stronger the tint will be

  • Let it all melt over the double boiler and watch it to go

  • Deconstruct the EOS by prying the middle bit out with a knife

  • And it should look like this

  • Now take the middle portion and screw it into the top piece

  • Now pour your mixture into your EOS until it just covers the middle grate and pop it into the fridge to set

  • Once it sets, simply click the bottom back on then open to reveal the prettiest lip balm ever

  • Oh my Gosh, it is so gorgeous, I'm in love

  • I tried swatching this and it's pretty clear because I only put the tiniest amount of lipstick in

  • It totally reminds me of something a unicorn would want to use to keep their lips on fleek

  • And now you could just pop it into your bag and make sure your lips are on point and moisturised wherever you go

  • So, I hope you guys learnt something new today and maybe you guys want to try these recipes yourself at home

  • Don't forget to join me on our first ever journey to make a makeup palette

  • I'm so happy to have shared this first major moment with my fam

  • This wouldn't be possible without you guys and your support, so thank you so much

  • Please click the link down below to the Kickstarter project or you can pre-order on the Glamour Dolls' website

  • Once you've done that, you guys can be involved and see all the behind the scenes on how we made it and having you guys' help would be so amazing

  • If you guys wanna make any of the things in the video today, don't forget to share it with me on #wengiecorns

  • I'm gonna miss you guys so, so, so, so much and until then we'll have another video

  • Byeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!

  • Love you

Mia.

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