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How To Turn Oreos Into Mascara

posted in Beauty > Makeup
01/25/2015
  • Put rubbing alcohol on a cotton ball to swab out the container you’re using to get rid of any residue or germs (she used an old lip balm container).
    Put rubbing alcohol on a cotton ball to swab out the container you’re using to get rid of any residue or germs (she used an old lip balm container).
  • Take out the inside of the Oreo (white part, or different color depending on the type of Oreo)
    Take out the inside of the Oreo (white part, or different color depending on the type of Oreo)
  • Once you’ve separated the Oreos, put them in a plastic bag. Make sure all of the air is squeezed out, seal it, and then crush the cookies into a fine powder with your spoon. You don’t want any big, chunky pieces!
    Once you’ve separated the Oreos, put them in a plastic bag. Make sure all of the air is squeezed out, seal it, and then crush the cookies into a fine powder with your spoon. You don’t want any big, chunky pieces!
  • Next, spoon out some of the powder into a small bowl and mix it with a little bit of water. Then, you’re going to mix in some face or eye primer, so the mascara will stick to your lashes. You should endwith a thick, cake batter consistency, which you’ll then scoop into your final container.
    Next, spoon out some of the powder into a small bowl and mix it with a little bit of water. Then, you’re going to mix in some face or eye primer, so the mascara will stick to your lashes. You should endwith a thick, cake batter consistency, which you’ll then scoop into your final container.
  • To apply, dip a separate mascara wand into your homemade mascara, and then apply as usual (also, try not to lick the container clean, if you can, because I’m pretty sure that’s not edible).
    To apply, dip a separate mascara wand into your homemade mascara, and then apply as usual (also, try not to lick the container clean, if you can, because I’m pretty sure that’s not edible).
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