Added by on May 28, 2013

Learn to make mineral makeup in this edition of Soap Queen TV. Anne-Marie discusses the most common Mineral Makeup ingredients and then shows how to make an …

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  • soapqueentv 4 years ago

    You don’t actually need to pressure cook this mineral makeup as it has an indefinite shelf and can actually just use it as is. =)

  • soapqueentv 4 years ago

    What’s nice about the colorants and the clays found in this recipe is that they have an indefinite shelf life as they aren’t actually going to go bad unless you add water or oils to it. =)

  • soapqueentv 4 years ago

    I get really excited when I make soap and I want to make sure that what I’m explaining is clear and understandable. Sorry if that comes off as being annoying or fake. It’s really just the way I am (which can be a challenge for some of my employees and friends). I hope you can enjoy the episodes and just ignore my extreme enthusiasm for all things soap! Happy Soaping!

  • Makayla Eberly 4 years ago

    This lady is really annoying

  • 204dave204 4 years ago

    how does the stuff you buy stay good for so long?

  • 204dave204 4 years ago

    can you pressure cook the make up to make it last longer before molding?

  • Komnini 4 years ago

    Thank you :)

  • kassandra laredo 4 years ago

    i want one but its 2013

  • soapqueentv 4 years ago

    If you wanted to apply your dry eyeliner as wet product, I would suggest using distilled water as a base so that you can keep all the mold, bacteria and microbes away from your eyes. =)

  • soapqueentv 4 years ago

    Currently at this time we do not have a digital version of this Mineral Makeup Booklet, but I will definitely talk to the Product Development Team and see what we can come up with! =)

  • Komnini 4 years ago

    Do you have an ebook version of this booklet in the video?

  • ducktapestar2002 4 years ago

    Could you use distilled water for the eye liner

  • soapqueentv 4 years ago

    You can always use different colors in your mineral makeup recipes to create those vibrant and fun colors. Thanks for the suggestion, I’ll have to see if I can make a few pressed powder recipes. =)

  • Hannah Gressett 4 years ago

    does it have any recipes for pressed powders? I like those better because the color is more vivid and just… smoother and not so dusty

  • Arturo Betancourt 4 years ago

    Why are u so awesome. I love u :)

  • soapqueentv 4 years ago

    I get really excited when I make soap and I want to make sure that what I’m explaining is clear and understandable. Sorry if that comes off as being annoying or fake. It’s really just the way I am (which can be a challenge for some of my employees and friends). I hope you can enjoy the episodes and just ignore my extreme enthusiasm for all things soap! Happy Soaping!

  • Ly Ru 4 years ago

    She acts like she is in a commercial

  • soapqueentv 4 years ago

    You will just love it! Let me know what you think of it. =) And, if you get any pictures, I’d love to see how it turned out for you. You can share them on Bramble Berry’s Facebook page.

  • peachfuzzstudios 4 years ago

    I actually think I might buy this now :) I’m taking ur advice

  • soapqueentv 4 years ago

    I think this would be a great project for you and if you have any questions, I am totally here to help! =)

  • soapqueentv 4 years ago

    It’s always fun to watch! And in my opinion, it’s even more fun to make. =)

  • renoloverxoxo 4 years ago

    Ditto. I’ve watched each video at least twice.
    I might try this one because I can’t use any eyeshadow that isn’t mineral or cream due to an eye injury.

  • peachfuzzstudios 4 years ago

    I never actually buy any of these things they use in tutorials I just like to see how they make it

  • soapqueentv 4 years ago

    You can totally change on the colors in the eyeshadow to make it more vivid and there is even a Vivid Eyeshadow Kit on Bramble Berry’s website that has bright and fun colors. =)

  • WSCRhadem 4 years ago

    the color quality of the make up is so dry… not vivid

  • soapqueentv 4 years ago

    Hi Leanza! I make these videos so that people who want to control the ingredients that are in their soaps, bath and body products and makeup can do so. This way, you can say that you made it and that you know that all the ingredients are safe to use on your skin. =) But, you can always buy it from the store as well.

  • Leanza Masamayor 4 years ago

    why would you use ingridients and share it to use that you actualy now that everyone dont have buying eyeshadow is cheaper than buyin ingridients you can lost $30 in your wallet just buy an eyeshadow that will only cost$10 to $20!!

  • Shannon Nanna 4 years ago

    You need a Minerals Mate tray for that.

  • renarena2007 4 years ago

    Thanks!

  • soapqueentv 4 years ago

    We haven’t made them into pressed eyeshadow palettes yet, but that is a great idea! Let us know if you figure out how to do it. Currently we store them in Bramble Berry’s Classy Lip Butter Pots. :)

  • soapqueentv 4 years ago

    Since you only add water when you are applying this makeup, you don’t actually need a preservative. If you were to keep it in water then entire time, I would suggest a preservative like Optiphen Plus to keep any microbes or bacteria from growing in it!

  • MAMA2TRES 4 years ago

    How would you go about making these into pressed eyeshadow palettes?

  • renarena2007 4 years ago

    How do you preserve the makeup