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How to make natural lip stains - 2 popular DIY methods

How to make natural lip stains - 2 popular DIY methods

Natural lip crayons are ideal for coloring your lips without making them greasy or dark. Unlike lipsticks, which need regular touch-ups, organic lip crayons are long-lasting and customizable.


In addition, natural lip crayons give you a subtle finish and color and make your lips look extravagantly plump and juicy.


A beautiful smile reflects the sparkle in your eyes, and when the smile has color, it’s like the icing on the cake. Check out some of the best lip stain recipes that you can make in the comfort of your own home. Continue reading!

Natural lip stain with berries

How to make natural lip stains - 2 popular DIY methods

Choose berries of different types to achieve the color you want, from pink to red to purple.


Mash four berries well and extract the pure juice from them.

This juice can be applied to the lips and left to dry to create a natural stain. However, adding some olive oil or petroleum jelly will give your lips a glossy look.

You can even add a touch of espresso powder for a darker hue

Beetroot lip stain for pigmented lips



Berry stain is a delicately tinted color. In case we need to beautify pigmented lips. Beetroot can hide them and give a nice dark hue.


Grate half a teaspoon of beeswax and melt it in a water bath.

A teaspoon of olive oil should be added to this melted beeswax. Turn off the stove immediately

Now mix the required beetroot powder into the mixture and mix well. Alternatively, you can use crushed beetroot puree.

Keep this lip stain in a small and clean container. Regular use of this lip stain results in soft and pink lips.


So are you done? Which natural lip stain recipe will you try at home?

As a quickie, you can also opt for a practical non-natural lipstick. Apply an eye shadow and add some rose water. Apply this colored liquid to your lips and let it dry for a quick and long-lasting lip stain. Be sure to use a good branded eyeshadow.


For a fun experiment, try using powdered drinks for kids like Strawberry or Cherry Kool Aids/Rasna. Mix with a tiny amount of water and apply a layer onto lips using fingers/earbuds.


These natural ingredients keep you looking good and healthy. They will also nourish and moisturize your skin.


A few tips to keep in mind with DIY patches


Always store the lip patches in the fridge or freezer for a long shelf life.

Since these are natural, plant-based recipes, be sure to check the stains regularly for fungus as they are preservative-free.

You can even use these patches as blush or cheek patches. Simply dab and blend.

How to make natural lip stains - 2 popular DIY methods


Lip stains give your lips a flushed look without feeling heavy and sticky. They are easy to apply and offer excellent coverage throughout the day. Additionally, when used correctly, lip tints can make your pout appear fuller and smoother. Check out the infographic below to learn how to prep your pout and apply lip stains.


Lip stains are gaining popularity over lipsticks due to their light texture, color payoff, and the natural blush they impart to the lips. However, if you don’t want to buy commercial lip stains, you can follow the sustainable recipes we’ve shared and make natural lip stains at home. These are natural recipes that use non-toxic ingredients and add freshness to your look. They are completely safe and a healthy alternative to your chemical cosmetic products. They look and feel great on the lips, are extremely gentle and easy to prepare. The best part is – you can also use it as a cheek tint. So follow the guide above and treat yourself to a homemade lipstick.

Emma Soleil
Emma Soleil

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