I really like these small serum bottles from Sasa. They’re great for my DIY oil mixes as I can test them in small batches before deciding if I want to make a larger batch of the oil mix in a glass bottle. In addition, I can dispense the oil easily and they are also very handy. Finally, they’re easily available and so cheap! So today, let me take you through a simple pictorial DIY post using these bottles.
I haven’t been able to post any new DIY beauty recipes because I have no time to try anything at all. There are just so much happening these two months that I have to shelf my DIY projects to next year. However, I do have quite a good archive of recipes here to keep you busy. To start with, you might want to try some of my personal favorites listed below:
Okay, after being totally frustrated that Klorane had pulled out my favorite dry shampoo from the shelves, I decided to improve my DIY dry shampoo formula. So I headed to the supermarket to get a pack of arrowroot powder. I seriously cannot remember how I got to know about this powder and I wasn’t even sure if it’ll work. But being desperate, I decided to throw caution to the wind. But knowing that the Victorians used to sprinkle arrowroot powder on their hair to help absorb grease definitely brought me some comfort.
This is THE most delicious homemade face masks I’ve whipped up ever! If you like chocolate, and you particularly like Hershey’s chocolate, let me warn you: this is very addictive to your senses! Seriously, I had to exercise severe restraint every time I made this as I really wanted so much to just slurped up the concoction. Even though I couldn’t put it in my mouth, the mere scent of this is just DIVINE! And let me tell you – this doesn’t just send my spirits soaring, it actually does make my skin glow too! No wonder Dr. Oz recommended this to be used on the fifth day of Christmas!