Top 5 "Not So Obvious" Ways to Use Loose Minerals

by 12 October 10, 2008 0 Comments

  1. Your blushes can be used as bronzers and eyeshadow!  Get a little adventurous . . . I love Hot Day Blush as a bronzer in the winter (it gives a little warmth to my skin).  Baby Blush is beautiful as an innocent pink eyeshadow! 
  2. Use your bronzers as body glimmer!  Give your shoulders and decollete a brush of bronzer and look like you've been kissed by the sun!
  3. Dip your favorite lip balm (our favorite is our high gloss Peppermint Lip Balm, of course!) into your favorite blush, bronzer or eyeshadow for a glossy lip in that color!  You don't have to invest in a lipstick for every look . . . just dip!
  4. You can dip clear nail polish into your minerals or apply the minerals to your nails with a brush or your finger and then cover with a clear coat. VOILA! Nail polish to match your makeup.
  5. Use your loose minerals as a wet eyeliner by pouring some loose minerals into the cap or onto a small 4X4 tile (which I like to keep in my bathroom) and add only a drop of water (be careful, it is really easy to add too much water).  Mix to a paste.  If you need to add a touch of minerals or water to make the mixture either thicker or thinner, that's fine.  You'll get used to the feel of how much you need after a couple of times.  Use a liner brush or flat edged brush to dip into the paste and apply like liquid eyeliner . . . and it stays!


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