Sunday, September 27, 2015

All In Packaging: Macaron and Lipstick Egg DIY Lip Gloss and Review

Hello Everyone!

* These products were sent to me by All in Packaging for testing and review purposes. All opinions are 100 % my own.


Lipstick Egg
*The bottom half of the lipstick egg is fixed

Welcome to Fall Week on my Blog! Today I thought I would start with my reviews on these lipstick eggs and macarons. As the cooler weather approaches hydrated lips are lips are so important! Before, I write my review for these products, I'm going to share two easy DIY lip gloss recipes!

1. Macaron: Eyeshadow Lip Gloss 

You'll Need:

- 1 tablespoon Vaseline or Petroleum Jelly
- Drop of honey
- Eyeshadow
- Bowl
- Spoon
- Macaron Container


1. Melt Vaseline or petroleum jelly and honey in a bowl for 20 or 30 seconds in microwave.

2. Add a eyeshadow to add tint to your mixture

3. Stir until ingredients are well blended.

4. Put lip gloss into macaron container and place into the freezer for 30 to 45 minutes. I left my macaron uncovered.

5. Remove

2. Lipstick Egg: Honey Lip Gloss

You'll Need:

- 1/2 tablespoon honey
- 1/2 tablespoon Vaseline or Petroleum Jelly
- Bowl

1. Place honey and Vaseline or petroleum jelly in a bowl. Mix well.

2. Melt the ingredients in the microwave for 20 to 25 seconds. Remove and Stir.

3. Pour ingredients into the top half of the lipstick egg and place into the freezer for 2 hours. I found leaving the vaseline mixture in the freezer a little longer helps mold it better.

4. Remove from freezer. You may have to adjust the mold into an egg shape on top of the fixed egg on the bottom.

My Thoughts

I think that the macarons and lipstick eggs are so cute! Both containers are durable and make lip care DIY projects easy to complete. The only thing I wished is that the lip egg wasn't fixed, I guess it wasn't too much of an issue since I was able to mold the vaseline into an egg shape easily. I didn't have any beeswax on hand, but I thought the Vaseline worked well without making a mess. Whenever I purchase some beeswax, I'm going to try and do another DIY lip gloss tutorial. I typically dont use vaseline, except to moisturize my lips at night before I go to bed during the colder months. The macarons and lipstick eggs also make great DIY Gifts!

For my international readers in the United Kingdom you can check out their website at Even though this company doesn't ship to United States you can still browse the site.

Today I decided to two posts to start off Fall week on my blog! Here is the link to my I Love Fall Tag!

Thanks for stopping by my blog!


Jackie Harrison said...

Wow doll what an awesome diy and easy to make thanks very creative.

Marie said...

Your DIY posts are so creative! The lipstick eggs and macarons are so cute!

Anonymous said...

Nice DIY lip glosses!

Pilar said...

Thank you!

Pilar said...

Thank you!

Pilar said...

Thank you!

Unknown said...

These are super cute Pilar!! I love the little containers, and I bet the lip balm works so well since it's from natural ingredients!

Margo @ PrettyPanda said...

Those macaron containers are beyond cute!!!! I love this DIY!

Pilar said...

Thank you! I like using both of the lip balms!

Pilar said...

Thank you! I agreed the macaron containers are too cute!

A Very Sweet Blog said...

I never knew how to make these Pilar. So cute!

Pilar said...

Thank you! These DIY's were pretty simple to make!

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