This weeks still celebrating as a Mother’s Day. Many kids although school from home right now, they encourage by their teacher to give something to their mother. They make craft to give it to her mother. This quarantine maybe make you more strict with your budget. If you don’t have budget to buy your mother a gift, why don’t you try to make something to her?
You can make something useful to her. Today many DIY thing that you can find on internet to make something to your mother. Making cookies, tart, or something you can find easily at your home. Today we will give you an idea that is to make to her a lipgloss. We find an easy and the ingredients something commonly at your house from Wikihow website. Actually there are another way to make it but this way we find it more easier to make it at home. Hope it could help you to give something to your mother, because they are loved one just need to give attention that they need today.
Creating a Moisturizing Coconut Oil Gloss
- Measuring spoons
- Microwave-safe mixing bowl
- Disposable spoons
- Lip gloss tins
Melt the coconut oil and cocoa butter together in the microwave.
Measure out 2 tablespoons (30 mL) of coconut oil and 1 tablespoon (15 mL) of cocoa butter into a small microwave-safe bowl. Microwave the ingredients in 10-second increments until they are a near-liquid consistency. It shouldn’t take more than 30 to 40 seconds for the ingredients to melt. Squeeze the vitamin E capsules into the mixing bowl. Cut off the tips from 3 vitamin E capsules and extract the liquid from them. Dispose of the actual capsules rather than adding them into the bowl.
Add lipstick or essential oils if you want a colored or scented lip gloss.
1 to 2 drops of your favorite essential oil will turn your lip gloss into a mini-form of aromatherapy. A teaspoon or so of lipstick will tint your gloss and add some color to your daily routine. You could also use small amounts of eyeshadow, blush, or beetroot powder to add color to your gloss.
Stir the ingredients together until everything has combined.
Use a disposable spoon for easy cleanup. Stir everything for about 10 seconds, making sure to scrape down the sides of the bowl so that it all gets mixed together. It’s easiest to do this while the mixture is still warm, so do it right after you’ve melted the coconut oil and cocoa butter and added in whatever other ingredients you want to use.
Transfer the lip gloss into tins and let it cool for 20 minutes.
Coconut oil has a really low melting point, so don’t put this kind of gloss into an actual lip balm tube, as it is more likely to melt out of that kind of container. You can buy small, lidded tins online for less than a dollar a piece, or you may even be able to find them at your local dollar store or beauty store. Try hosting a lip gloss making party! Everyone can bring their favorite shades of lip gloss and you can all swap shades so you have a plethora of options to choose from.