You can get mica in matte or sparkle if you want a little glitter.
- Arrowroot Powder
- Mica or Iron Oxide in your favorite color
- Carrier oil (opt.) such as Sweet Almond, or other oils
- Add 1 teaspoon arrowroot to a glass bowl or mortar and pestles
- Mix Mica OR Iron Oxide in, starting with just a sprinkle, and add more until you get your desired color. Adding more arrowroot makes it lighter, but if you want it a darker color, you can add a black Mica or Iron Oxide. If you want a little sparkle, add a little diamond mica. Play with it until you get your favorite shade.
- If your blush won’t stick to the skin, you can add a drop of carrier oil. Carrier oils make your eye shadow even more healthy. You don’t want to add too much, or your eye shadow will be too oily.
- You can double your recipe for more once you get the hang of it. Spoon your finished blush in a small jar.
- Try another color…
That’s all it is to it!
You can add other ingredients, but why should you when this recipe works great. It provides good coverage, the shades will make your cheeks glow, and it doesn’t cost a lot.
Where to find mica and iron oxides?
I don’t sell them, but Etsy is a great place to start.