DIY Make Your Own Coloured “Lip Butter”

You know, when I was in school, I used to love chemistry practicals….fiddling around with different acids and chemicals, tungsten burners, pipettes, watching the chemical reactions and seeing the colours change….
My current fave red lippie is MAC Ruby Woo which is a really dry matte and winter doesnt really help it. So I thought why not make my own hydrating lip butter out of it. And then I thought, why dont i just make a different colour altogether!!!
So I got out some lippies, a candle etc and made my own lip butter. You can do it too…either transform your matte lipstick into a hydrating one or mix up colours and make a whole new lippe!!! Lets get started shall we?
What you will need:
Β * A lipstick/lipsticks of your choiceΒ 
* A sharp knife
* A steel spoon
* A candle and matchsticks
* A small empty tin/tub to put the new lipstick into
And most importantly…..
* Lip balm (preferably untinted)

These are the lipsticks I chose to mix, MAC Ruby Woo (though I didnt really feel like cutting any of them), Red Earth Lipstick in PK082 and Revlon Colorburst in Peach, mixed up with L’Occitane lip balm.Β 

Slice a bit of each lippie (amount depends on the final colour you wish to get) and put them in a metal spoon….Β 

Add the lip balm and hold the spoon over a candle flame to let the lippies melt…..

Mix up the molten lipstick colours and lip balm well with a lip brush while holding over the flame…..

When all the colours and the balm have melted completely and mixed well, pour into a small empty pot. Make sure you dont touch it coz it will be really hot! And pour it quickly coz it will start solidifying very quickly too….

And voila….you have made your unique shade of lip butter (pls excuse the messy pot)…..

So, what shall I name this colour? Maybe I’ll melt this again and add a bit more of Ruby Woo to make it a bit bolder…what say?

Are you eager to make your own lip butter?

22 Comment

  1. Apoorva IDiva says: Reply

    Wow wow wow…!!!!
    I looooved it πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

    1. Thanks :))
      Glad u liked it?

  2. Ikya Kesiraju says: Reply

    You’ve actually done it non-messy! I’d ruin everything doing this!

    1. Its really quite simple…u wouldn’t ruin it…try it out πŸ™‚

    2. Ikya Kesiraju says: Reply

      I think I will! Won’t have the heart to cut mu ruby woo though$ oh and whyyy did u remove the comment for the wedding post? It was so cute! I just found a computer to reply to it! Wasn’t able to from my phone. Too long! πŸ˜› and I saw it gone!

    3. Ikya Kesiraju says: Reply

      *my phone. though full stop! U see the kind of mistakes I make while typing from my phone?! :/

    4. Ikya Kesiraju says: Reply

      Haha I meant the comment I intended to post was too long so I couldn’t do it from my phone! I remembered my sister’s wedding when I read that! That’s exactly what happened to her and we were all at the receiving end of her anger! Bt like u said, they make the best stories! πŸ™‚

    5. Ikya Kesiraju says: Reply

      Aww πŸ™‚ I guess a bakeup hairstyist and MUA are the only answers! πŸ˜›

    6. Lol…that’s exactly y…it was too long :p

      Would luv to see which colour u make with ur lippies.

    7. Thts tru…I still love watchin that in d video where we’re walkin to d stage n he’s tryin to cheer me up πŸ™‚

  3. Corallista says: Reply

    I love the end color you created! I’ve got quite a few broken lippies in tubes, will try this out!

    1. Thanks Ankita…try it out and let me know.

  4. Jyoti Mehra says: Reply

    that’s an awesome DIY. loved the end result! i’ll surely try it because just today i accidentally broke my lipstick. lol!

  5. Lancy says: Reply

    Lovely DIY dollie πŸ™‚ Me gonna try

    1. Glad u liked it Lancy πŸ™‚

  6. Lol…well at least now u won’t b heart broken when a fave lipstick breaks πŸ˜‰

    1. Jyoti Mehra says: Reply

      Absolutely. Thank you πŸ™‚

  7. Niesha says: Reply

    great idea..:)
    will try to do soon.<3 What can be better use of broken lipsticks than this.

    1. Eco-friendly too isn’t it…recycling lippies πŸ˜‰
      Btw, I think I’ll name this colour ‘Raspberry Dollie’…what say???

  8. memoiselle says: Reply

    OMG that’s a genius idea! Unfortunately I don’t have an empty lipstick tube but this idea is just great!

    1. You don’t need an empty lipstick tube…you can put it any small empty pot or jar and apply with a lip brush. Try it πŸ™‚

  9. MyBeautyJunction says: Reply

    I want to try this! If only I could find some unwanted lippies to chop up! I only own 14 of em and love the lot!

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