• how make soap with inclusion
    Advanced,  Soaps,  Tutorials and recipes,  Zero waste

    Behold the Gold in this homemade soap!

    This DIY soap contains a precious treasure! Behold the Gold in our new cold process soap recipe! Between two marble-white layers of soap hides a beautiful, softly shimmering amber-gold treasure, for a surprising and oh-so-elegant result!  Curious to know how you can create your own? The answer is a mix of cold process and melt-and-pour techniques. All you have to do is pour one layer of cold process soap batter, followed by a layer of beautifully tinted melt-and-pour glycerin soap, then top it with a final layer of cold process soap batter. It’s as easy as that! Not only is the finished product stunning, this DIY soap is a pleasure…

  • cold process soap recipe
    Face,  Intermediate,  Soaps

    A complexion as bright as Glitter in the Gloom

    This charcoal soap recipe helps purify your skin A darkness has settled over the earth. Everything is dim and shrouded in shadows. And yet, you spot a gentle shimmer in the distance. This Glitter in the Gloom offers a ray of hope for dull, tired complexions. How could this be? Well, this light comes from a DIY activated charcoal soap with a delicate gold line. Don’t let this soap’s elegance fool you: the soapmaking technique is not very hard, but it yields a beautiful result. What’s more, this soap restores your skin’s natural balance and purifies your skin, making it ideal for oily, combination, and acne-prone skin, or for anyone…

  • how to make mascara at home
    Advanced,  Face,  Make-up,  Tips and tricks

    Get Sky-High Lashes with a DIY mascara

    The sky’s the limit with homemade cosmetics! Take your DIY make-up game to new heights… to the heavens, even! Elegance meets glamour in Sky-High Lashes, a homemade mascara that you can make in one of three shades.  A word of warning: this DIY project is a bit of a challenge. Mascara is actually an emulsion made with very small quantities, so you need to measure everything very precisely. Alternatively, you can make a large batch and give the extras to your friends and family. It’s up to you! We chose to go with the second option here, because it’s always nice to share with the people we love! Eyes on…