One of my favorite homemade lip glosses to use in the wintertime is my homemade moisturizing chocolate lip gloss. It feels wonderful on my lips and gives them super moisture and shine. They even end up having a nice yummy chocolate flavoring and scent to them after applying the lip gloss to your lips.
The ingredients needed to make the homemade chocolate lip gloss are 1 teaspoon of vitamin E oil, ½ teaspoon of jojoba oil, ½ teaspoon of almond oil, ½ teaspoon of aloe Vera gel, ½ teaspoon of olive oil, 1 teaspoon of honey, and 1 teaspoon of chocolate syrup. If you do not have these ingredients on hand in your kitchen they can all be found at your local grocery stores and whole food stores. Sometimes herbal stores and pharmaceutical stores carry them as well. You are also going to need an empty lip gloss container of your choice.
The way you make the homemade chocolate lip gloss is by taking the are 1 teaspoon of vitamin E oil, ½ teaspoon of jojoba oil, ½ teaspoon of almond oil, ½ teaspoon of aloe Vera gel, ½ teaspoon of olive oil, 1 teaspoon of honey, and 1 teaspoon of chocolate syrup and pour them into a small bowl. Then you will want to combine them together until you get a clear silky colored syrupy looking brown lip gloss. The lip gloss will not look brown on your lips. It will appear clear and shiny. Once the lip gloss is made you will then need to place it into the lip gloss container your choice until you are ready to use it on your lips.
The best way I find to apply the homemade chocolate lip gloss is by taking a makeup lip brush and dipping it into the lip gloss. After I take the lip brush with the lip gloss on it and apply the lip gloss to my lips in a nice thin even layer for some super shine and moisture. The lip gloss usually last for a couple of hours before you have to reapply it again which I think is very nice.
For those of you who end up making the homemade moisturizing chocolate lip gloss I hope you have a fun and easy time making it. I also hope you enjoy the shine and moisture it adds to your lips.