\bn show you how to make lipsticks
out of candy. We're making a galaxy lipstick out of gummy worms and bears, cotton candy
lipstick from love hearts and rainbow lipstick out of lollipops. Hey loves! I'm back with another DIY and today we are making lipsticks out of candy! I'm
going to show you three different recipes and there is real candy in all of them.
make the lipsticks even more epic I came up with 3 crazy designs: galaxy, cotton candy
and rainbow. I had so much fun with this DIY and I really think you should try it out!
I mean – how cool are these lips right?! This video is also a collaboration with Alejandra
from Alejandra's styles channel. She made an awesome DIY lipsticks tutorial as well
and you should definitely check it out – it will be linked in the end of this video and
in the description bar below. But first let's make some yummy candy lipsticks! Let's kick off with an awesome galaxy lipstick
made with gummy candy! This lipstick is absolutely spectacular and makes your lips look like
a real galaxy.
I am completely obsessed with it so here's how you can make yours. Take
some gummy candy, coconut oil, non toxic crayons, glitter and lipstick container. Put together a double boiler by pouring some
water into the pan and placing in two little bowls. Turn the heat on. Put about half a
teaspoon of coconut oil into each bowl. Here comes the yummy part where you get to chose
your favorite gummy candy to mix into the lipstick. I decided to go for sour gummy worm
– so yummy and a gummy bear. It's totally allowed to taste some too. For the color take
a violet and blue nontoxic crayons or even better, face crayons. Yes, girl you gotta
to put some glitter into this lipstick because without stars there's no galaxy. Let all the
ingredients melt completely. The candy will dissolve last, so be patient.
When all the
ingredients are melted take your lipstick container and alternately pour in your blue
and violet mixture to get a lovely marble effect. Let the lipstick set for a few minutes.
To speed up the process you can put it in the fridge or on the balcony if you live somewhere
cold as me. Here's our finished result – isn't it beautiful?! I didn't just made one galaxy
lipstick but two. On top of that I made two lipsticks using three colors. I pour one of
these into a lip balm pot. I know, I know, it's kind of an obsession, but these really
are so much fun to make. See how nice and pigmented this lipstick is? You can make it
using any other color too. I do recommend using face crayons because they are meant
to be used on skin so they are 100% safe. Anyway, I love these galaxy lipsticks so much,
they make the lips look so cool and special. Next we are making an awesome cotton candy
lipstick out of love hearts. Love hearts are super yummy and they are sold pretty much
everywhere in the world so I had to make a lipstick using these! For the colors I chose
pink and blue hence the name cotton candy.
To make this lipstick you need old eyeshadows
or pigments, coconut oil, beeswax, love hearts and a lip-balm pot. Make double boiler as we did with our galaxy
lipstick. Place two little bowls in the water. Time to get all scientific and mix up our
lipstick from scratch. Put half a teaspoon of coconut oil in each of the melting pots.
Add 3 little drops of beeswax. Ok, let's now give some color to our lipstick mixtures.
Take an old eyeshadow that you don't use anymore and scoop out some pigment. I went for blue
and pink. Instead of eyeshadow you can also use food coloring or a beetroot powder as
a natural alternative.
Whatever you decide to use add it to your lipstick mixture. Finally
it's time for the star of the show which are the love hearts. These little candies don't
melt so I found another way to incorporate them into our lipsticks. Put a few love hearts
into a food processor or a coffee bean grinder. Grind until you get a smooth powdery texture
like confectioner sugar. Look at this awesome sugary cloud out of love hearts, cool. Put around
one teaspoon of the powdered love hearts into our lipstick mixture. Give it a little stir
to combine all the ingredients. Get your lipstick pot ready and all that's left to do is to
pour your blue and pink lipstick mixture in. Voila we are all done! See how nice and pigmented
my colors are. You can make your lipstick more or less pigmented by adjusting the amount
of eyeshadow you mix in.
I also made one in a lipstick container, how pretty! This one
is great if you want the pink and blue to apply randomly on the lips, while with the
pot you have more control. Dip your finger or lip brush in pink and apply it on the lips
where you want that color. You can create epic lip designs that way. I mean look at
my crazy lips. I made diagonal lines alternating blue and pink, pretty awesome? You are totally
allowed to go for more wearable lips too. All the three recipes I show you today, will
also work without candy. The lipsticks will work just as great, but I love adding candy
cause it adds a bit of scent and yummy flavour.
Last but definitely not least we're making
rainbow lipstick out of lollipops! This recipe is perfect if you need to upcycle your older
lipsticks, and we are also adding crushed lollipop for the perfect fruity scent and
taste. You will need lipsticks – I am using four different colors, one or more lollipops
and a lipstick container. Make a double boiler and put in as many melting
pots as you need to melt different colored lipsticks.
I have four – so four little glass
bowls for me. You can also melt your lipstick in a microwave if you prefer. Take your lipsticks
of different colors. At the bottom of each lipstick there is usually a lot of product,
that you can scrape out. Take small amounts of each lipstick color and put them into melting
bowls. Now we can spice up the lipstick with some candy.
Take a lollipop or any other hard
candy, put it in a plastic bag and crush it with a hammer. So just go wild and release
all your frustrations on that lollipop, just kidding poor lolly… Add the crushed lollipops
to the melting lipsticks. I like to combine colors of lollipops with colors of lipsticks
so red lolly goes to red lipstick and blue one goes to blue lipstick. Give all the colors
a good stir to help the lollipop melt.
Alright we can now put all these colors together into
a pretty rainbow lipstick. Get your container ready and start pouring the mixtures alternating
colors as you go. I started with yellow, then red, orange and violet and again yellow and
so on until the lipstick container is completely full. Leave it to cool down for a few minutes
and you're finished! I also decided to make one lipstick in the pot. Since I don't have
four arms to pour in all the colors at once – here's how you do it.
Place an object
– I'm using a knife – under one side of the lipstick pot. Then pour in your first color.
Rotate the pot for 90 degrees and pour in another color. Repeat these steps for the
remaining two colors and there you have it – an epic lipstick wheel, how cool is that?! Again these lipsticks are super creamy and
pigmented, which I love. I wanted to have fun so I used all the rainbow colors and created
these cool rainbow lips. The easiest way to make them is using a lip brush. Load the brush
with color and apply on a part of your top and bottom lip. Then take another color and
apply it next to the first one. You get awesome rainbow lips perfect for everyday.
but I would wear lips like these for a party, carnival or a music festival. Aren't these lipsticks absolutely fantastic?
You should tell me in the comments which one you like best. I love all three but I think
galaxy is probably my favorite! Don't forget to check out Alejandra's video and subscribe
to her channel. She makes awesome DIY tutorials, so beautifully filmed and I am sure you will
love her. Thank you so much for watching I love you to the moon and back and I'll see
you soon. Bye! Step outside the box and try out something
new. Is candy just a candy or could it be something else? Should lips always be red,
nude or pink? Just as you, they can be anything – a mysterious galaxy, sweet cotton candy
or a happy rainbow.