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Wash them in hot water, let them soak a little, and dry them off. Make sure they're COMPLETELY dry.

Wash them in hot water, let them soak a little, and dry them off. Make sure they're COMPLETELY dry.

(Hah. I had to clear the soap away so you could actually see the jars! That's why there's a ring around the sink in the picture. It's just soap.)

Get a small bowl, a container, a spoon, and the ingredients listed in the supplies section below.

Get a small bowl, a container, a spoon, and the ingredients listed in the supplies section below.

I added 1/4 tsp of arrowroot powder and 1/8 tsp of cocoa powder together and mixed it. I wanted to start small, so I didn't do the 1 tbsp of arrowroot powder. Or the normal amount of cocoa powder.

I added 1/4 tsp of arrowroot powder and 1/8 tsp of cocoa powder together and mixed it. I wanted to start small, so I didn't do the 1 tbsp of arrowroot powder. Or the normal amount of cocoa powder.

(I had to add a tiny pinch of arrowroot powder to lighten it a little, otherwise it was too dark.) test it on your wrist and on your face. Then I made the same mixture about 5 more times added 1 more

(I had to add a tiny pinch of arrowroot powder to lighten it a little, otherwise it was too dark.) test it on your wrist and on your face. Then I made the same mixture about 5 more times added 1 more

Pinch of arrowroot powder to it and mixed all of it together and then put in this jar. It's mouth is wide enough to comfortably fit my foundation brush. Then I tied a piece of lace around it. Done!😃

Ta da! That's how you make foundation! I hope you enjoyed this guide! If you have any questions, just ask!

Ta da! That's how you make foundation! I hope you enjoyed this guide! If you have any questions, just ask!

  • Any amount of cocoa powder
  • Any amount of cinnamon
  • Any amount of nutmeg
  • **light skin**
  • 1 tbsp arrowroot powder
  • **dark skin**
  • 1 tsp arrowroot powder