In this Do It Yourself beauty tip video, I am going to show you “How to make natural lip stain with beets.”

And, it’s easy to make!

This is what you need to get started:

  • 1 beet
  • 1 eye shadow brush
  • clean water
  • mirror
How to make natural lip stain from beets

How to make natural lip stain from beets


Follow this step-by-step process to great looking lips for pennies on the dollar:

1. Slice a piece of the beet
2. Dip a clean eye shadow brush into seom water
3. Absorb the stain of the beet on the eye shadow brush
4. Grab the mirror and paint it on

The stain is great for a natural glow on the lips

If you want a darker stain, let the first application dry for 60 seconds and then apply a second application.

Also, there are many different varieties of beets, red beets, ruby beets, yellow beets and others. To vary the color of your lip stains, change the color of the beet!

Facts about Beets and Beetroot!

The are many benefits of beets, you just need to know where to look!

When people think about beets, they rarely know about the vegetable let alone its health and skin care benefits. But, the beet is very rich in iron. Many experts believe that a glass of beetroot juice each day can help prevent the effects of anemia as well as providing that much needed boost to the immune system.

But one thing is certain, whether you love beets or hate beets, this vegetable is great for you entire body!

In my Do It Yourself beauty tip video, I showed you how a beet contains natural food dyes which you can use to enhance your lips with a natural lip stain.

But did you know that beetroot juice mixed with henna powder can give your hair an auburn look.  Henna powder comes from the henna tree which has been a staple for dyes in skin, hair, fingernails, leather and wool.

Now the best part about it is that everything is natural and chemical free, just like the lip stain.

You could also experiment with beetroot juice each morning. Your skin will look great and so will your hair because it got all those great vitamins and minerals from what else….the beet!