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Project Pinterest: DIY Lip Exfoliator

Happy Black Friday, y’all!  I’m still camping with the fam at Sequoia National Park, and loving every minute 🙂

For today’s Pinterest Project, I had high hopes of trying out a bunch of DIY Beauty Tricks but in the end I just didn’t have time.  I’ve been busy giving thanks this week!

I did manage to try out something I’ve seen on one of my favorite blogs, and I’ve long had her trick pinned in hopes I might actually have time to do it.  And I did!  And it worked!  And it only involves two ingredients!  Let’s get down to it.

DIY Lip Exfoliator via The Small Things Blog

Time: 5 minutes

Cost: Free if you have the ingredients, which you probably do!

Supplies:

  • honey
  • sugar

Instructions:

Mix honey and sugar together in a bowl.  With your finger, dab the mixture on your lips and rub to exfoliate. (It’s yummy!)

Rinse off with warm water, and your lips are super soft!  Perfect for chapped lips during the winter!

Kate at The Small Things recommends exfoliating twice a month, especially before wearing a bold lip color.  Kate is my favorite online style/hair/beauty guru, so I shall heed her advice!  And obviously, her pictures are much prettier than mine!

I love pinning DIY beauty tricks on Pinterest, but then I never actually do them.  This was fun and easy, so be warned: you might see more of these easy DIY Beauty Tricks!

I’m linked up to a few of my favorite Pin-spiring link-ups:

Hey, that’s Pin-tastic!, hosted by I Love You More than Carrots

Bake, make, or decorate… but most importantly, do!

Pinteresting Project, hosted by Lulu & Sweet Pea

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