Natural Beauty RecipesHomemade Blush Makeup Cosmetic Powder Recipe

Homemade Blush Makeup Cosmetic Powder Recipe

Homemade Blush Makeup Cosmetic Powder Recipe is extremely easy to make, customize-able for skin tones, uses natural ingredients and it is so thrifty. You will wonder WHY you ever paid store prices.

homemade Blush Makeup Cosmetic Powder Recipe

These extremely easy to read and to follow preparation guide information is presented in this article was presented in a way that makes it really easy to read and understand.

Beauty makeup products are a multi-billion dollar a year industry, but unfortunately, many of these commercially produced products often contain a number of questionable ingredients. These potentially less than safe ingredients aren’t easily detectable and some are not even being listed on the packaging.

This article was designed to introduce the reader to all-natural recipes for blush which is a great alternative to commercially made beauty products. Discover how easy it is to make your own homemade cosmetics in your own kitchen in order to save money.


Cocoa Powder will give a bronze dusting

Beet Root will be more Reddish (Click here to view) 

Annatto Seed Powder will be more Orange (Click here to view) 

Manjistha Root Powder will be more Pink (Click here to view) 

Ground Nutmeg will be Burnt Orange Brown

Cinnamon will be brown – Sun Kissed Bronzed look

Powdered Activated Charcoal (to achieve deeper color) 

1/4 cup of cornstarch for the BASE

1/8 teaspoon of your choice of ONE (maybe 2 if you are adverturous)

* Cocoa Powder

* Beet Root

* Cinnamon

* Manjistha Root Powder

* Ground Nutmeg

* Annatto Seed Powder

A tiniest pinch of Powdered Activated Charcoal if you choose~

Half Pint Wide Mouth Mason Jars – 8oz (Click here to view) 


Slowly sift 1/4 cup of cornstarch into a clean mixing bowl.

From the list above, choose a natural colorant (Beet Root, Cinnamon, Manjistha Root Powder, Ground Nutmeg, Cocoa Powder or Annatto Seed Powder) and mix into the cornstarch base.

Mix throughly so there are no clumps and is blended well.

Pour into a 8 oz mason jar.

It will last for years until gone. Remember to blend well.


Melissa Francis
Melissa Francis
Greetings! I'm Melissa Francis, the founder and primary contributor to The Homestead Survival. With over 20 years of experience in homesteading, sustainability, and emergency preparedness, I've dedicated my life to helping others achieve a simpler, more self-reliant lifestyle.

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