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DIY Blended EOS!


Most of my views on this blog is my DIY EOS Lipbalm, so I decided to do another EOS DIY! Maybe you have 2 EOS that you adore, but don't have enough room for in a purse or backpack? Have you ever thought about.... combining the scents/flavors?! I don't have any pictures for this DIY to show you because THIS DIY WAS COMPLETELY MY IDEA (also I didn't have a camera to to take pictures with...)

All you need is:
-2 EOS lipbalms
-A Small Microwavable bowl
-A Microwave
-Plastic Wrap
-OPTIONAL: A match, lighter, etc.
-OPTIONAL: Vaseline

1. Before anything, twist one of the EOS caps/tops (whateva you wanna call them) and line the plastic wrap in the cap/top so when you pour the lipbalm, it takes the EOS shape!
2. So after you open both EOS spheres, use the knife to slice off the rounded top of the balm
3. Put them in the small bowl together, and put in microwave for as long until they're melted. I'm not giving a specific time because each microwave has a different heat preference.
4. Once melted together, use a spoon to stir it together, but quickly. Then pour into the EOS cap/top!
5. Put into freezer until hard and not melted anymore!
6. Peel eos balm from plastic wrap!
7. Now for this step there is 2 options! Either do it the safe or unsafe version.

SAFE: Scoop a little vaseline into a bowl and melt. Then quickly use your fingers and dip them in the vaseline. Working quickly, use the vaseline as a seal for your blended balm, and the EOS sphere base. Then use your finger to even it out so it looks nice.

NOT SAFE: Use your source of heat and gently melt the end of the EOS balm we just melted. Then quickly place on the EOS sphere base, and then make it look nice.


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