Recipe For Feisty Lip Stain
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Very effective as a stain. Best in a tube.
  • Feisty Red Lip Stain

    Designed by Rowena

    Phase A

    ¬ tsp Glycerin

    5 tbsp Everclear 151

    Phase B

    ¬ tsp Red #7

    ¬ tsp Red Oxide 170

    ¬ tsp Red Oxide (Blue Shade)

    ¬ tsp Allantoin

    « tsp Hydrolyzed Silk

    « tsp Hydrolyzed Pearl

    Procedure

    Dissolve Phase A together. Combine Phase B ingredients and grind. Blend Phase A and Phase B. Pour into containers.

    Designer Comments:

    The color of the stain is a warm red and is sheer if applied lightly but you could apply more layers to achieve a deeper and opaque color if you wish. The first time I formulated without the glycerine but the Vodka was a little drying. So I added glycerine.

    This formulary will result in a sheer stain which dries on with a low gloss finish. If you have sensitive lips, you may wish to avoid the recipe as it contains alcohol, which can be drying. Everclear may be substituted with 80 proof Vodka. This formula will result in a liquid which will need to be stored in a tube and applied with a wand.

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  • The following reviews are from our old website, and predate 2015. Items were ranked from 1 - 5.

    I don't have all of the ingredinets to make this lipstain(I am going to though), so I just added the color blend to my Versagel blend, and I LOVE it!  It is the perfect red!

    I tried to make something based off this (using at least the Phase A ingredients).  Instead of the color I used organic dried hibiscus powder (for a more natural colorant) and mixed it in with the a little alcohol and some glycerin (not the full amount) to create a concentrated color, then I filtered the powder out so it wasn't in the mix, added more glycerin and alcohol and a little Allantoin and vitamin E.  It came out great, but I found that I would lick it off, many times because since it is plant based the color would become inconsistent (it picks up every detail on your lips, so if there's a chapped part, beware!) and eventually look like I drank something that stained my lips. hahaha and since it's hibiscus, sometimes it ended up looking like I drank too much cheap red wine (you know how it can leave a purplish look on the inner lip?)  on initially putting it on, it looks good.  Maybe the oxidation makes it change colors eventually.  Not too sure, and I'm not a chemist.  It tastes good! hahaha  But as for the Alcohol&Glycerin combination, it does make a great stain.All in all, it was just a test for myself to see how both the lip stain and using hibiscus powder would work.  I only recommend using this as a test for yourself, since I can't state the actual shelf-life of the product with hibisicus, since it's natural plant material.  I just wanted to give it a try. TKB Responds:  what a fun review to read.  Sounds like a typical day at our office.  Just when we think we have the perfect combo, we end up looking like we drank cheap wine.



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