An oft forgotten element of mineral cosmetics is their versatility. A blush can just as easily become an eye shadow, eyeliner, lip color, or nail color. Today we'll teach you how to create your own nail polish colors with mineral powders.
Any eye shadow can be adaptable. The advantage is that such versatility extends the range of your makeup exponentially. It is especially helpful when you wish to use complementary shades in your makeup application. It allows you to experiment with colors without spending any additional money, and enables you to synthesize a small amount for a single wearing, avoiding the cost of a full jar or bottle that will sit abandoned in a drawer after a few uses.
Of these, converting mineral powders into nail color seems to elude people the most. It is a simple process that can achieve great results.
NOTE: If you find the polish becomes too thick, add more base or thin with nail polish remover a drop at a time.Three Alternative Methods
Professional technique: Gradient Fade Apply multiple colors which gradually fade into each other. Read through directions first and prepare materials. Use mineral mixtures prepared above.
HINT: Pour a small amount of clear polish into a cap/plastic cup etc. before you start. This keeps you from introducing color into the bottle.
Warning: Some colors should not be applied to the lips
Now that you know how, the possibilities are endless! You can be as creative as you like with nail polish colors. Have fun!
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