Mascara is a key factor for both everyday and evening make-up. It can help lengthen your lashes, to give them the desired curve, the volume and expressiveness. Most women recognize that with makeup on the eyes feel uncomfortable, and I think your makeup is incomplete.
But behind this beauty list is far from the healthiest of ingredients: industrial ink some manufacturers may contain formaldehyde, mercury, aluminum, triethanolamine, parabens, synthetic pigments, causing an allergic reaction.
Cosmetics, hand made, high security, good decorative qualities and provides a gentle lash care, thanks to the use of natural components.
Preparation of liquid mascara
To make familiar to us liquid ink, you first need to take care of a suitable container for the finished product. Best suited container with the brush of the used carcass. The container is removed, the limiter is designed to protect the brushes from getting excess mascara and soaked it in hot water.
After the dried ink will soften up the container and the brush is thoroughly washed and well dried. If necessary, it can be disinfected with alcohol solution.
The manufacture of the carcass begins with cooking basics: 2 tsp coconut oil, tsp. 3,5 pharmacy aloe Vera gel and 0.5 tsp of beeswax is placed in a small container and heated on a water bath or very low heat with continuous stirring.
2 activated charcoal tablets are thoroughly ground to a homogeneous powder. If you want to make mascara brown, the activated carbon is replaced with cocoa powder.
In the slightly cooled base mixture is added the pigment activated carbon, mix well and pour the finished product into the container. For convenience, you can use a plastic bag, the Bay blend in one of its corners and having in it a small hole.
If eyelashes are prone to hair loss, to improve the caring properties in a ready mix, you can add 1-2 drops pharmacy vitamin E in an oil base.
Preparation of solid of mascara
Those women who prefer a retro version, reminiscent of the popular in Soviet times, the ink "Leningrad", to replace the gel from the aloe juice of the plant or plain water.
Dry ink is made from the same ingredients as the liquid, but adding half a teaspoon of corn starch, the same amount of water (or aloe juice) and castor oil. Castor oil can be replaced with jojoba oil.
The basis of wax, oil, starch and water is heated in a water bath, add black or brown pigment, and immediately, without waiting for cooling, pour the mixture into a flat container, e.g. a jar from under the shadows.
It is important to remember that the mixture hardens quickly, so after mixing the base and the pigment should be possible to place the ink in a pre-prepared container, lightly compress it and then leave to dry.