Amazing Beauty Hack To Depot And Melt Your Lipstick

Amazing Beauty Hack To Depot And Melt Your Lipstick

What you do with your lipstick when it goes old, malted, messy and difficult to use . And you don’t want to throw it because of your favourite colour and brand. What if I tell you that I have a remedy, which capable to gives you amazing solution for save yours lipsticks life and make it long lasting and give more smooth texture?
How!!! Okay you know what this it so easy to archive and once you try this you gonna do it again and again… it has some very easy steps and give you an awesome reward, a very amazing transforming lipstick and a very sweet smilewhich comes on your lips when you Appling your favourite lipstick.

Let’s begin to give a new life to your lipstick and make it more significant:

 

Desired products-

  • Old melt lipstick
  • Vaseline or you can use coconut oil,
  • A Small container
  • Tissue paper
  • a big spatula or a bowl
  • Some tissue paper’s
  • Cotton swab
  • one tooth pick
  • a clean knife

 

 How to melt and again storage your lipstick:

First of all you have to choose that one lipstick which you want to restore again. If it’s more the one or two, then it’s good because more lipsticks colours will gives you another more exciting colour’s, which you never had. Don’t worry it will look lustrous and graceful.

Take lipstick and cut in to in the pieces with the help of knife, while cutting it you will feel that you cutting butter slice. Place the pieces of lipstick in a big spoon or a small bowl.  And add a very small amount of Vaseline petroleum jelly to give it creamy texture. Then put it on the very low flam and allow melting it. Between the presses you need to flit it, flit the mixture with the help of tooth pick. Don’t forget if you don’t have Vaseline that time you may use coconut oil too. It’s a substitute of Vaseline.

Once the mixture start to malting and changing into the liquid consistency, then just take a look is there has any lumps or node, if yes! Than immediately spoil it. After that shift the mixture into the clean,ingenious and hygienic container from the warm flam.The container has to be well-sanitized because of avoiding any type of bacterial infection. To sanitize and clean the container, use detergent solution, or you can use rubbing alcohol all over the utensil.

Then leave it for 30-40 minutes in normal temperature so that it will be set. If you want it bit hurry then you can place it into the frizz too. It will take 2 to 3 hour to proper set. This is so natural and safe formula so you do apply this regular on your lips.
if you want some shine on your lipstick then you can put some glitter on that during the  malting process.

When you find it all set and converted into thick erconsistency, and it will proper resemble. Then take it out from the refrigerator and apply it with the help of lipstick brush or stick. Enjoy the brand new transforming, smooth texture, colourful, delight, long lasting lipstick.

Because of nice amount of Vaseline petroleum jelly your lips are always remain moisturize and hydride. You will gonna love it. And another reason to like it is you make this on your own hands. It’s home-made lipstick and totally safe and natural, even you can apply this baby too. It has not harshness and not any side effects. If you find it useful please share it.

 

 

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