DIY Tinted Lip Balm


Ever since I saw the Mac Tinted Lip Conditioner in Fuchsia Fix, I fell in love with it. But somehow I never bought it, coz it was too pricey. Anyways, remember my recent post on the review Omved Lip Balm??? Well, more than half of it got over and I thought, why not make my own Tinted Lip Conditioner with it??? So here's what I did.
Here are the things I used - My half used Omved Lip Balm, Amway lipstick in Candy Pink (its the nearest shade to Fuchsia Fix, in my lipstick stash), A capsule of Vitamin E.
Instead of the a Lip Balm, I could have used Vaseline too. But personally I hate the feel of petroleum jelly on my lips!!!

I took a small chunk of the lipstick and added it to the lipbalm container.
I cut and emptied the contents of Vitamin E capsule in it, as well...
I gave it a nice mix with a clean, fresh tooth pick and here's my Dupe for Mac Fuchsia Fix Lip Conditioner!
Ofcourse the staying power & nourishment of this cannot be compared to Mac! But at this price, I think its ok!!!
Have you ever tried something like this??? Did it work for you...???

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37 comments

  1. lovely! <3
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  2. Awesome Idea <3 and nope I haven't tried like this before.. Will try from now :D :D :D ...

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  3. That's awesome! I used to make my own when I was a lot younger. I used vitamin E too :) Except that I'd use eyeshadow for the pigment instead of lipstick. Probably was not a smart/healthy thing to do...but whatever.

    Thanks for sharing this idea! It brings back memories :D

    xo Azu

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  4. what a great idea!

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  5. Thats a really useful post girl... :)

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  6. What a genius idea, I'm really loving the colour!
    xo
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  7. great!!!

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  8. I haven't made a DIY lipcolor in years! I totally forgot about it after my adolescent years. Great idea!

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  9. Great idea.... very interesting post darling!!!!
    Kisses

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  10. A great idea to moisturise lips, xoxo.

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  11. Nice post. I must try this out :)

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  12. This is really clever! And I like that you added the vitamin too, everyone's lips need some nourishment!:)

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  13. This is a smart idea!

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  14. Thank you for your advice. I like your blog :)
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  15. Funny people think you just need lip balm in the winter but you need it just as much in the summer time.

    Ali of

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  16. What a great idea!!! Will make it on all my lip balms :D
    xoxo

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  17. hey girl nice blog.....! tks fr ur visit...do check new post

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  19. Whoa--that's a pretty close dupe! How is the consistency? I hate petroleum jelly as well, so this might be a good idea.

    Brittney

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    1. The consistency was pretty thick. Adding one more capsule of Vit E solved the problem! :)

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  20. looking so nice
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  22. Such a good idea! I've always mixed foundations to make my perfect shade but never thought of doing this!

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  23. great idea
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  24. Soooo clever!!! Inspired idea Bhushavali :) xo

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  25. Thanks for you comments girls! Glad you liked this DIY! Looking forward for your versions of this! :)

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