5 natural DIY lip, cheek tints you must try
Everyone loves to have that blushed, rosy flush on their cheeks and soft pink, natural shine on their lips. There are many chemical-based makeup blushes and lipsticks available to achieve the same. However, you can also easily prepare natural lip and cheek tints at home, which can also give your skin that glowing-from-within look. Check out five such homemade lip and cheek tints.
Beetroots get their natural pink color from betanins, and these vegetables are perfect for giving a natural pink flush to your cheeks and lips. Mix fresh beetroot juice or powder with some glycerine and one tablespoon of water. Transfer the mixture to a glass container and refrigerate for two-three hours. And it is ready. You can use this tint on your cheeks and lips.
If you have dry skin, then this hibiscus tint is just perfect for you. It gives the perfect red tinge to your lips and cheeks. Mix one tablespoon of water with glycerine. Add hibiscus powder, shea butter, or hibiscus essential oil to it and mix well. Then transfer the mixture to a glass jar. Refrigerate the mixture, and it is ready to use.
Pink rose-almond oil tint
Enriched with vitamin A, this pink rose almond oil tint will keep your lips and cheeks moisturized and give you a healthy pink glow. Take two tablespoons of almond oil and mix with some water. Then, add one tablespoon of pink rose powder to it and stir it well to form a slightly thick consistency. Store the mixture, and your gorgeous tint is ready.
Pomegranate lip tint
Pomegranate seeds impart the perfect rosy flush to your cheeks, and the natural red color looks absolutely amazing on your lips. First, grind some fresh pomegranate seeds in a mixer and extract their juice. Then add a few drops of olive oil or coconut oil to it and mix well to get a thick paste. Store in a jar and use it daily.
This rose tint hydrates your lips and adds a healthy pinkish glow to your cheeks. Add water to a bowl full of rose petals and crush them. Add lemon juice and blend the petals well. Strain the excess water, add one tablespoon of rose water to it, and mix well. Steam the mixture and let it cool. Voila! Your rose tint is ready.