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1  Re: Mineral make-up: Make your own basic eye shadow in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by PonyHuetchen on: February 18, 2010 12:30:16 AM
Right now I am about to take pics of all my eyeshadows.

No Shrinking Violet


Arielle


Vixen


Cherry Pie


Maybe Baby


Miss Chumoku


Eve


POEME


Glow


Light Yellow


Lemon


Raspberry Tart


Blushing Bride


Pink


Kawaii


Kooky
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2  Re: Mineral make-up: Make your own basic eye shadow in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by PonyHuetchen on: April 30, 2009 06:42:20 AM
Thanks for sharing your recipes!

The possibilities are endless. I bought this alice band yesterday and made a matching eyeshadow.

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3  Re: Coffee Mountain, tea tree/vanilla swirl in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by PonyHuetchen on: April 29, 2009 09:50:11 AM
Nesse, you inspired me! These are so lovely, so I gave it a try:

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4  Re: Mineral make-up: Make your own basic eye shadow in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by PonyHuetchen on: April 29, 2009 09:22:41 AM
Nice! What micas and iron oxides did you use? Love the light colours, and covet the dark one!
I went out and bought the POP! sampler by TKB plus a white base & black mica. I start to run short on the basic violet though. I shouldnt do so much purples ;-)

These are the result of the last couple of hours:
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5  Re: Mineral make-up: Make your own basic eye shadow in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by PonyHuetchen on: April 29, 2009 07:40:11 AM
Do you have any new colour combinations you want to share?

Yes I so do!!









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6  Challenge 2 entry: supermarket's litter = fabulous solid milk bath mould in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by PonyHuetchen on: April 26, 2009 05:12:08 AM
For easter Germans (& Swiss as well) buy cute little bunnies made from chocolate. This is one of those cuties who managed to survive the last couple of days:


One can notice that this cute little fella is sitting in a plastic tray. These trays are used by supermarkets and carriers to transport & display the chocolate bunnies. Afterwards they are thrown away. What a waste, because they do make excellent moulds for all sorts of bath  & beauty products.


Filled tray.


Filled tray (back).


Finished product.

As its nearly May and the days are getting warmer and warmer I wanted to create a summer-y product, something that one can use after a day out in the sun. It should moisturise dry "after sun" skin, make it soft & smooth, be refreshing & calming and should leave a tiny sparkle on the skin - perfect for those "hot" summer nights. Because in Germany milk products are traditionally used for sunburns I put milk & joghurt powder in it. It contains loads of shea butter & almond oil which are great for the skin. I also added some Vit E for additional goodness and some shimmery green mica. I added Lavender & Mint essential Oils for a cooling feeling on the skin.
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7  Re: Mineral make-up: Make your own basic eye shadow in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by PonyHuetchen on: April 21, 2009 04:08:51 AM
I've made some yesterday. I love purple eyeshadows, so I went all viole(n)t .

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8  bath candy in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by PonyHuetchen on: April 16, 2009 09:38:58 AM
so, theres bath tea, bath bombs, bath whatsoever.....and theres bath candy.



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9  Re: Combined soap and bath bomb? in Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions by PonyHuetchen on: April 13, 2009 08:53:31 AM
I use whipped soap & everything holds together very very well!!

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10  Re: solid sugar cubes/scrub in Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions by PonyHuetchen on: April 13, 2009 08:42:37 AM
Actually I've been playing around with soild scrubs for the last couple of days....

This is one with brown sugar.


I've made these with salt, but I think you could replace the salt with white sugar.


salt + granulated pomegranate seeds


salt + coconut (coloured with food colouring)


The basic recipe I used is the following
20 g cacao butter
20 g shea butter (can be replaced by coconut)
20 g baking soda
2 ML Mulsifan
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