The Plant Makeup Blog — diy

DIY Rose Ice Cubes

There is something so feminine and beautiful about DIY rose ice cubes. They're not hard to make, but you will need access to edible, pesticide-free roses. Try growing some of your own organically or seeing if your local florist stocks edible roses. DIY rose ice cubes are stunning and absolutely perfect to add to drinks in the spring and summer. They're great for special events (weddings or parties), but can be used any day of the week to add a little extra beauty to your day.  Here's how to get started.

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DIY Flower Drinks + Infusions

Check out these amazing floral ideas!

ROSE COCONUT OIL

ROSE WATER

 

LILAC WATER

VIOLET FLOWER WATER ICE CUBES

 

ROSE WATER ICE CUBES

 

 VIOLET WATER ICE CUBES

 

ROSA RUGOSA + OLIVE OIL

xo


How to Reuse, Compost + Recycle Makeup Packaging

Have you ever wondered what to do with your makeup once it's empty? No worries: This guide will teach you how to reuse, compost, or recycle your makeup packaging (depending on what it's packaged in). Plant Makeup utilizes zero waste friendly packaging: Everything is easy to reuse, recycle, or compost. Most of our products are packaged in glass, metal tins, or compostable tubes. Here's how to reuse, compost and recycle our products (or any makeup products in general).

Reuse:

Almost all our products can be reused once they're...


How to Make a Flower Crown + Flower Wand

You've probably heard about flower crowns, but what about flower wands? A flower wand is essentially a floral smudge bundle made up of flowers wrapped in twine. You can burn it, but it's so stunning you might not want to. Here's how to make both these amazing earthen pieces using the most sustainably sourced materials.

DIY Flower Crown

Flower crowns are absolutely gorgeous and can be worn to all sorts of wonderful events. 

Supplies:

  • Floral wire
  • Floral tape
  • Floral wire cutters
  • Greenery (forage for some in...


DIY Herbal Tea + Basic Winter Remedies

Before Plant Makeup got started, I use to blend my own teas and sell them. You might remember Good4You Herbal Tea! Here is a guide to how I create herbal tea blends. It is very simple. My rule of thumb is, if you are unfamiliar with an herb, please research it before using it and as always less is more.

It's easy to make tea, even simply from anything you can find in your kitchen spice cabinet. Here are some herbs and how they can help you during the winter or when you or...