We love a good DIY beauty recipe especially when it leaves us looking and feeling positively gorgeous. Prep and prime before the big day or every day for that matter with these 10 naturally fabulous DIY beauty recipes!
Whether you’re brunette, blonde, or redhead, you’ll love trying these DIY hair color booster recipes to add more vibrance and shine to your hair in a natural way.
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This coconut and honey hair mask not only leaves your hair smelling amazing, it creates silky, shiny, and healthy locks!
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Wake-up your face with the natural benefits of coffee! Filled with anti-oxidants and the power to reduce puffiness and redness, this DIY coffee facial is a must-try!
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Whip up a quick batch of this natural orange face mask, leave on for 15 to 20 minutes, and rinse to reveal a brighter, happier you!
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With just four simple ingredients, you can make your own edible pumpkin pie lip balm and scrub. Yum!
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This super sweet DIY body scrub is simple to make and the perfect way to pamper and prep your skin before the big day. Added bonus? Use the free printable labels designed by Wedding Chicks and turn the scrub into a fabulous favor for guests!
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Making soap is truly a craft that takes time and patience, but the end result is well worth the effort. One recipe we’re dying to try? This orange and tea tree soap which should leave your skin feeling revitalized, clean, and clear of blemishes.
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Take your bath to a new level of relaxation by creating your own bath saltsâ€”your mind, body, and soul will be thanking you!
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Nourish your skin with this pomegranate facial toner recipe which not only promotes the regeneration of skin cells but will also leave your skin feeling fresh!
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Every girl needs their beauty sleep and this homemade salve recipe is a natural sleep solution to help you get some quality shut-eye.
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