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  1. Hey! My lip and cheek stain doesn’t have enough colour to it, and I guess
    its too thin. Is there anything I could do to fix that? ´╗┐

  2. Glycerin ruins my lips. Dries them out too much. I can’t use this one, and
    I tried it. Is there any other base we can boil the beets in? I am
    wondering if an oil would work if we let it slowly heat and seep. I live in
    a dry climate. When there is no moisture in the air, the glycerin takes it
    from your skin! :o´╗┐

  3. Do you maybe know of another ingredient I can use besides beets? My health
    is not good, I am very sensitive to candida, so sweet or high carbohydrate
    ingredients unfotunately are a no no for me. I used beets before, and ended
    up itching all over. I dont want to use minerals, just products I can eat,
    I love that your video doesnt uses minerals.´╗┐

  4. tip – if you prefer a cream/gel stain, replace the glycerin with VASELINE.
    i’ve tried it and it spreads a lot nicer on the skin than the liquid and
    its a lot more natural looking.´╗┐

  5. Hi Emily. I love the idea! Can I use coconut oil instead? It is quite some
    mission to find veggie glysirin here in SA and I would like to improvise..´╗┐

  6. This wont give me breakouts if i put it on my cheeks, will it?

    Also, is it ok to use food colouring as an alternative to beetroot?´╗┐

  7. Thank you so so much for this simple yet amazing recipe for lip tint! I
    have been looking for vegan/natural/cruelty free tints and they either have
    too many chemicals or are extremely expensive. This is wonderful´╗┐

  8. In the US, sugar beets are GMO and have harmful chemicals in and on them. I
    think you’d want to make sure you’re using organic beets if you try this!´╗┐

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