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Kora Kona Blush

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With endless DIY possibilities you'll be kissing away brand name make up and warming up to our Kora Kona Blush. Hibiscus and beet root powder give a rosy color to your cheeks, while cinnamon acts as a bronzer and is naturally anti-inflammatory. Now that's something we can raise our cocktails to!

Tools

  • cosmetic jar with sifter
  • blush brush
  • mixing bowl
  • wire whisk
  • spoon
  • piece of paper or funnel

Materials

  • organic hibiscus & beet powder
  • organic arrowroot powder
  • organic ground cinnamon

Time

15 minutes
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Gather your tools and materials. You'll want a small mixing bowl, a wire whisk, spoon and a scrap piece of paper in addition to the materials included in the Bali Hai collection.

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To create the blush start mixing the powders together. Start by mixing a small even amount of all the powders so you get a sense of what color it will create.

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Add all three powders to the bowl. You can also skip any of them if you like the color without one. This project is totally up to you and completely customizable.

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Whisk the powder mixture together.

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Add in more of the hibiscus and beet powder if you would like a more pinkish shade of blush.

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Whisk a little more to incorporate all of them evenly. You can also use a food processor to get the powder even more fine (this is optional).

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Test the shade on your wrist. Add more powders and adjust the color if needed.

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When you're satisfied with the color. Roll up a piece of paper to create a funnel.

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Place the funnel opening into the opening of the clear jar. Pour in enough blush to fill the jar. Place the shaker cap on the jar top.

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Shake off any fear of the unknown and do your skin a favor when wearing this natural and organic solution!

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corinnedriscoll

almost 4 years ago

I've never made any sort of make-up so this project is going to be great.

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eparticelli

almost 4 years ago

I am most excited about this diy! Can't wait to try it

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dramameg02

almost 4 years ago

Where can I get a tiny little whisk like that?

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ForTheMakers

almost 4 years ago

Hi @dramameg02 - Look up Mini Whisk on Crate&Barrel. Doesn't look like they have it online anymore but you could try to find it in store or google it for something similar!

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sondra

over 3 years ago

I can't see that the blush is leaving any color on my (fairly pale) skin. I'm going to run it through the food processor and see if it makes a difference.

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zoeymom98

over 3 years ago

I found a set of two tiny whisks at Fred's dollars store.

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ForTheMakers

over 3 years ago

@sondra how did the food processor work for you? We love the super smooth texture after using the processor... you loose a bit of powder by running it through but we think it's worth it!

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victoriarosepuppets

over 3 years ago

Target sells adorable mini silicone whisks