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How to Make Blush/Bronzer from Left Overs

Updated on April 8, 2013
A mixture of my bronzer and blush in the old blush container/
A mixture of my bronzer and blush in the old blush container/

Bronzed Blush DIY

Have a pile of old or broken blushes and bronzers? Don't trash them to make space for new ones, combine them to make a bronzed blush for summer!

Everyone has knocked a blush off of the bathroom counter and watched it crumble as it hit the floor. This method doesn't just cover the mixing of bronzers and blushes, but can work for powder, eyeshadow and everything else in packed powder form.

So, don't be discouraged when you have a powder take a dive, you can have them pieced back together in no time and with stuff you have in your medicine cabinet.


Cuticle stick to crush and mix the blush/bronzer. Cotton ball to soak in alcohol in order to control the amount you put into the powder mixture.
Cuticle stick to crush and mix the blush/bronzer. Cotton ball to soak in alcohol in order to control the amount you put into the powder mixture.

Things You Need

Blush

Bronzer

Something to break up and stir the blush and bronzer (I used a cuticle stick)

Rubbing Alcohol

A Piece of Cloth (I used a bandana)

My mixture of bronzer, blush and alcohol.
My mixture of bronzer, blush and alcohol.

Steps to Blush/Bronzer Bliss

  1. Chip off old blush/bronzer into an old container.
  2. Crush and stir the blush and bronzer together.
  3. Add rubbing alcohol to the mixture until it is a little wetter than a paste.
  4. Smooth it out as best you can in the container.
  5. Take the cloth and the lid to the alcohol container.
  6. Place the cloth over the lid and pressed the mixture into the container.
  7. Once smooth let sit for a few hours until the alcohol evaporates.
  8. Enjoy with your blush brush for sun kissed cheeks!

All done and ready for summer!
All done and ready for summer!

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