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Kaolin Clay: filler used up to 44-46% silk powder: natural moisturizer and skin healer baron nitride: covers,

adheres, semi-matte finish, high oil absorber silica microshperes: scatters light, hides imperfections, good slip, creamy powder texture, smooths allantoin: derived from comfrey (a main ingredient in many of my healing balms and creams), heals skin, use at .5-2% french talc: used in place of sericite, slip and adheres, a filler magnesium stearate: non-caking agent, binder, duster, emulsifier, thickner, pigment suspension, light weight filler. 32% sericite mica: (matte, semi-matte, etc) good adhesion, water and oil resistance, less color loss titanium dioxide: colorant zinc oxide: colorant, adds SPF

Foundation Color Blend Foundation Color Blend ~ Warm 61.9% Yellow Iron Oxide 14.1% Gold Lame Mica 14.0% Red Iron Oxide 7.0% Ultramarine Blue 2.0% Superfine Silk Powder 1.0% Allantoin Foundation Color Blend ~ Cool 42.8% Yellow Iron Oxide 7.0% Gold Lame Mica 36.5% Red Iron Oxide 10.7% Ultramarine Blue 2.0% Superfine Silk Powder 1.0% Allantoin
Start by assembling everything you will need: scale - 0.01 gram your blender/food processor plastic wrap to place between your food processor and lid spoons for scooping boats/cups/something to weigh your product in your kit or all of the ingredients in the kit old clothing or an apron -- this is messy stuff a mask to prevent breathing the powders I recommend that you start out making 30 grams of the cool base and 30 grams of the warm base. WARM BASE 1) Place your weighing container on your scale and tare it. 2) Measure 18.57 grams of yellow iron oxide and put it into your food processor (or blender or whatever you are using). 3) Repeat step 1

4) Measure 4.2 grams of red iron oxide and put it into your food processor. 5) Repeat step 1 6) Measure 2.1 grams of ultramarine blue and put it into your food processor. 7) Repeat step 1 8) Measure 0.6 grams of superfine silk powder and put it into your food processor. 9) Repeat step 1 10) Measure 0.3 grams of allantoin and put it into your food processor. 11) If you are using a food processor, cover the bottom half with plastic wrap/press and seal and secure the top. 12) Once your food processor/blender is secure turn it on (hold on to it) and allow it to blend for 2-3 minutes. I find it helpful to tilt my food processor to make sure that everything mixes evenly. It is very important to make sure that your color blend is mixed very well. Once you are sure that your color blend is mixed well, you can repeat step 1 and then add 4.23 grams of gold lame mica to your color blend and gently blend -- this can even be done manually (shaking). Micas do not need to be "ground" to blend evenly. The Gold Lame Mica does not give you a shimmery or sparkly foundation, it makes for a complete (almost 3D) look with your foundation, so that it doesn't look "flat", it makes you look alive. You have now finished your warm color blend. Put it into a clean, empty container and label it. Clean your food processor/blend and dry it very well. COOL BASE 1) Place your weighing cup/boat on your scale and tare it. 2) Add 12.84 grams of yellow iron oxide into your food processor/blender. 3) Repeat step 1 4) Add 10.95 grams of red iron oxide to your food processor/blender. 5) Repeat step 1 6) Add 3.21 grams of ultramarine blue to your food processor/blender. 7) Repeat step 1 8) Add 0.6 grams of superfine silk powder to your food processor/blender. 9) Repeat step 1 10) Add 0.3 grams of allantoin to your food processor/blender. 11) If you are using a food processor, cover the bottom half with plastic wrap/press and seal and secure the top. 12) Once your food processor/blender is secure turn it on (hold on to it) and allow it to blend for 2-3 minutes. I find it helpful to tilt my food processor to make sure that everything mixes evenly. Make sure that your color blend is thoroughly mixed, if you suspect that it is not blend it until it is completely mixed.

Once you are sure that your blend is completely mixed repeat step 1 and then add 2.1 grams of gold lame mica to your color blend and gently blend -- this can even be done manually (shaking). You have now finished your cool color blend. Put it into a clean, empty container and label it. Your warm blend will be a very rich, warm golden brown (definite yellow undertones). Your cool blend will be a very rich mahogany (deep reddish brown). Clean your food processor/blend and dry it very well. IMPORTANT: COLOR CONSISTENCY I really want to emphasize how important it is to be very accurate in your measurements. Being off in your measurements will lead to inconsistent batches. 30 grams is not a large amount to be working with and the smaller your batch is the more difficult it is to reproduce consistent batches of color. Another problem that can cause inconsistent colors from batch to batch is inadequate mixing. This is why coffee grinders are so difficult to work with (that and their size), but coffee grinders have small motors and they don't stay running. One more problem that can cause inconsistent colors from batch to batch is switching suppliers for your colors (I promise, this is NOT a sales pitch). There are dozens of manufacturers of cosmetic pigments and there is NO color standard. Even my pigment supplier has different shades of the same color. If you switch suppliers you will most likely need to rework your color ratios to get them to match.

Foundation Blend 59.5% Sericite Mica or French Talc 25.0% Micronized Titanium Dioxide 12.5% Micronized Zinc Oxide 2.0% Superfine Cosmetic Silk Powder 1.0% Allantoin q.s. Mineral Makeup Color Blend
1) Place your weighing container on your scale and tare it. 2) Measure 59.5 grams of sericite and place it into your food processor/blender. 3) Repeat step 1. 4) Measure 25 grams of micronized titanium dioxide and place it into your food processor/blender. 5) Repeat step 1. 6) Measure 12.5 grams of micronized zinc oxide and place it into your food processor/blender. 7) Repeat step 1. 8) Measure 2.0 grams of superfine silk powder and place it into your food processor/blender. 9) Repeat step 1. 10) Measure 1.0 gram of allantoin and place it into your food processor/blender.

11) If you want to add silica microspheres or silicone microspheres or Ronaspheres subtract it from your sericite. 10% (10 grams) is a good amount to sub out without losing adhesion properties. 12) If you are using a food processor, cover the bottom half with plastic wrap/press and seal and secure the top. 13) Once your food processor/blender is secure turn it on (hold on to it) and allow it to blend for 2-3 minutes. I find it helpful to tilt my food processor to make sure that everything mixes evenly. Remove 50 grams of your foundation base, place it into a clean container and label. Start by adding 1 gram of color blend to your foundation base and mix well, tilt your food processor/blender on its side to make sure that all of the color is blended. Continue adding color until you have a match. Make sure to record everything that you do so that you can reproduce the same color. If you are looking at your color blend and thinking that you could use it straight and it would still be too light, you need to pull out your black iron oxide and start darkening it. You can add small amounts of liquid additives to your finished product if you would like to reduce the fly-away dust you experience when you use your product (it also improves adhesion).

Concealer 47.0% Sericite or French Talc 25.0% Micronized Titanium Dioxide 25.0% Micronized Zinc Oxide 2.0% Superfine Silk Powder 1.0% Allantoin q.s. Mineral Makeup Color Blend
Mix all ingredients well using a rock tumbler, coffee grinder or blender. Add more color blend as needed to achieve desired intensity. The color can easily be adjusted by adding more red, yellow or blue. Be sure to keep track of your work so that you can reproduce your final product. All of the ingredients you need to start making your own concealer are available together in our Mineral Makeup Foundation Kit. Replace up to 20% of your Sericite with Silica Microspheres or Silicone Microspheres for a superior feeling powder that glides on and helps hide fine lines.

Powder (this is a light-weight foundation) 72.0% Sericite or French Talc 25.0% Micronized Titanium Dioxide 2.0% Superfine Silk Powder 1.0% Allantoin q.s. Mineral Makeup Color Blend

Mix all ingredients well using a rock tumbler, coffee grinder or blender. Add more color blend as needed to achieve desired intensity. The color can easily be adjusted by adding more red, yellow or blue. Be sure to keep track of your work so that you can reproduce your final product. All of the ingredients you need to start making your own concealer are available together in our Mineral Makeup Foundation Kit. Replace up to 20% of your Sericite with Silica Microspheres or Silicone Microspheres for a superior feeling powder that glides on and helps hide fine lines.

Blush 46.0% Sericite or French Talc 3.0% Micronized Titanium Dioxide 2.0% Superfine Silk Powder 1.0% Red Iron Oxide 20.0% Bronze d'or Mica 10.0% White Fine Mica 10.0% Gold Lame Mica 8.0% Rousillon Mica
Mix sericite, titanium dioxide, silk powder and red iron oxide in food processor or coffee grinder well -- this will create a pale pink powder. Add micas to pink base and blend until well mixed.

Bronzer 53.2% Sericite or Calcium Carbonate 9.0% Silica or Silicone Microspheres 8.1% Brown Iron Oxide ~ medium 5.7% Red Iron Oxide 4.5% Yellow Iron Oxide 4.5% Superfine Silk Powder 15.0% Bronzer Blend Mica

Mix all ingredients except for the bronzer blend using a rock tumbler, coffee grinder or blender. Once this is completely mixed add your bronzer blend and mix gently. This is a very dark, warm bronzer that is a wonderful product for summer. Using the Calcium Carbonate in place of the Sericite will create a lighter-weight Bronzer; this can be more desirable since the Bronzer is a very highly pigmented product.

Oil Control/Mattifying Powder

35.0% Calcium Carbonate 32.0% Magnesium Stearate 25.0% Sericite Mica or French Talc 5.0% Micronized Titanium Dioxide 2.0% Superfine Silk Powder 1.0% Allantoin q.s. Foundation Color Blend
Mix calcium carbonate, magnesium stearate, sericite, titanium dioxide, silk and allantoin together in food processor. Add color blend until lightly pigmented (or until desired pigmentation is achieved). Apply a light coating to face (either to the entire face or to your "oily-zones" after moisturizing, but before applying foundation.

Camouflage Concealer Base 59.8% Sericite or French Talc 22.3% Micronized Titanium Dioxide 2.0% Superfine Silk Powder 1.0% Allantoin 14.9% Silica Microspheres
Mix all ingredients well; label and store in an air tight container. Use this base with the Color-Corrector Color Blends -Rosette, Lilac,Cerulean, Champagne, Saffron and Sea Foam Green.

Rosette Camouflage Concealer 95.0% Camouflage Concealer Base 5.0% UltraMarine Pink
Mix all ingredients well; label and store in an air tight container. "Awakens" a tired looking face.

Lilac Camouflage Concealer 94.0% Camouflage Concealer Base 6.0% UltraMarine Red-Violet

Mix all ingredients well; label and store in an air tight container. Balances out skin that appears "too yellow".

Cerulean Camouflage Concealer 99.0% Camouflage Concealer Base 1.0% UltraMarine Blue
Mix all ingredients well; label and store in an air tight container. Helps balance out skin that appears too orange from sunless tanning. Also brightens your complexion, giving you a soft-focus appearance.

Champagne Camouflage Concealer 96.4% Camouflage Concealer Base 2.5% UltraMarine Pink 1.1% Yellow Iron Oxide
Mix all ingredients well; label and store in an air tight container. Gives darker skin a subtle "glow", gives skin a "soft-focus" appearance.

Saffron Camouflage Concealer 97.1% Camouflage Concealer Base 2.9% Yellow Iron Oxide
Mix all ingredients well; label and store in an air tight container. Gives skin a "pick-me up", helps correct dark circles under the eyes.

Sea Foam Green Camouflage Concealer 99.0% Camouflage Concealer Base 1.0% Chromium Green Iron Oxide
Mix all ingredients well; label and store in an air tight container. Helps reduce the appearance of redness or rosacea.

Matte Finishing Powder ~ "Mineral Veil" 90.0% Sericite Mica or French Talc 10.0% Silica Microspheres q.s. Color Blend - "to taste"
Mix all ingredients well; label and store in an air tight container. Helps mattify the skin, the silica microspheres add "soft-focus" and absorb excess sebum.

Mineral Glow 75.0% Sericite Mica or French Talc 15.0% Boron Glow 10.0% Silica Microspheres q.s. Color Blend - "to taste"
Mix all ingredients well; label and store in an air tight container. Creates a soft glow on the skin, the silica microspheres add "soft-focus" and absorb excess sebum.

Mineral Veil 75.0% Sericite Mica or French Talc 15.0% Boron Veil 10.0% Silica Microspheres q.s. Color Blend - "to taste"
Mix all ingredients well; label and store in an air tight container. This Mineral Veil is slightly more translucent than the Matte Finishing Powder, the silica microspheres add "soft-focus" and absorb excess sebum.

Fairy Dust 75.0% Sericite Mica or French Talc 10.0% Titanium Dioxide 10.0% Stellar White Mica 5.0% UltraMarine Pink
Mix all Sericite/Talc, Titanium Dioxide and UltraMarine Pink well; add Stellar White Mica and gently blend; label and store in an air tight container.

This Fairy Dust is formulated to give the face an body a shimmery-sparkly appearance. It does not add color, the color is only for appearance; you could substitute 6% UltraMarine Red-Violet/UltraMarine Blue-Violet, 2.9%Yellow Iron Oxide, 1.0% Chromium Green Oxide, 1.0%UltraMarine Blue for a variation on the color; compensate for the percentage difference with additions to or subtractions from the Sericite or Talc. The Titanium Dioxide is only there for unofficial sun-protection (I make no claims as to any SPF)

Below are basic organic makeup recipes for light, medium and dark skin. All of the ingredients used in the recipes can be purchased at www.pvsoap.com. You can also buy the jars there. You will most likely need to adjust the color to fit your skin.

If the color is too dark for you add more titanium dioxide. If the color is too yellow add more red in very small quantities. If the color is too pink add more yellow in very small quantities. If the color is too light add more brown iron oxide in very small quantities. Each recipe should make 7-8 jars or makeup.

Recipe for Light Skin


Titanium dioxide 4 TBS + 1 tsp Zinc oxide 4 tsp Kaolin clay 4 tsp Brown iron oxide 1/2 tsp Deep red iron oxide 1/8 tsp Yellow iron oxide 3 tsp Serecite mica 4 tsp
Measure all ingredients except mica together in a magic bullet of container with a lid that can be shaken vigorously. Add the mica and continue to blend or shake.

Recipe for Medium Skin


Titanium dioxide 5 TBS Zinc oxide 5 tsp Kaolin clay 4 tsp Brown iron oxide 1 tsp Deep red iron oxide 1/2 tsp

Yellow iron oxide 6 1/4 tsp Serecite mica 4 1/2 tsp


Measure all ingredients except mica together in a magic bullet of container with a lid that can be shaken vigorously. Add the mica and continue to blend or shake.

Recipe for Dark Skin


Titanium dioxide 3 TBS Zinc oxide 3 tsp Kaolin clay 6 tsp Brown iron oxide 4 1/2 tsp Deep red iron oxide 1/2 tsp Yellow iron oxide 12 tsp Serecite mica 3 tsp
Measure all ingredients except mica together in a magic bullet of container with a lid that can be shaken vigorously. Add the mica and continue to blend or shake.

Basic Blush Recipe


Blush mica 2 TBS Titanium dioxide 1 TBS Deep red iron oxide 1/2 tsp Serecite mica 4 TBS
Measure into jar and blend or shake. For a pinker blush add more blush mica or ultamarine pink. For a darker blush add more deep red iron oxide. For a bronzer blush add brown iron oxide.

Easily Convert Your Mineral Makeup to a Liquid Foundation


Melt 2 TBS of coconut oil in a double boiler. Add 1/2 tsp of your favorite essential oil. I recommend orange, lavender or lemon. If you have some, add 1 tsp vitamin E. Dump some mineral makeup into a empty jar. Add some of the coconut oil mixture in a little at a time and stir until the mineral makeup is covered. Adding more oil will make a lighter foundation. Less oil will make a heavier foundation. You may wish to make a thicker foundation to use as a concealer and a lighter foundation to use for your whole face.

Homemade Moisturizer That Turns Mineral Powder Into Liquid Foundation


1-1/2 Tbsp apricot kernel oil or avocado oil 3 drops carrot seed essential oil 2 drops chamomile essential oil 1 tsp vegetable glycerin 2 drops rose otto or rose absolute essential oil (optional) Combine all ingredients in a small bottle and shake well. Should keep, unrefrigerated, for at least 6 months. Approximately 30 applications.Its better for oily skin.

Facial Cream

Things You'll Need 1 tbsp. dried sage 1 tbs. dried rosemary 1/3 cup distilled water Wire mesh strainer Coffee filter 1 tsp. lanolin 1 tbsp. beeswax Double boiler 2 tbsp. coconut oil 1/2 tsp. vitamin E oil 1/4 cup almond oil (or avocado, soybean, hazelnut or olive oil) 2 tbs. orange flower water (or lavender or rosewater) 1/4 tsp. borax 20 drops geranium essential oil (or 20 to 50 drops other essential oil) Wire whisk Spatula Wide-mouth jar

Tips and Warnings Make sure all utensils and containers are sterile, clean and dry before preparing face cream to avoid mold. Oils and waxes should be at about the same temperature for mixing. So warm slightly or let them cool as needed. Homemade cream contains no chemical preservatives. Use it within a month or keep it in the refrigerator for up to five months. If you are pregnant, nursing or have compromised health, make sure herbs and essential oils are not contraindicated for your condition before adding them to your face cream. Directions Boil the distilled water and pour it over sage and rosemary or 2 tbsp. of your choice of herbs. Let steep, covered, for 25 minutes. Then strain through a coffee filter set in a wire mesh strainer. Melt beeswax and lanolin together in a double boiler over gentle heat. Beeswax protects the skin and lanolin has oil similar to natural skin oil. Melt the coconut oil in a double boiler over low heat. Stir in vitamin E oil, almond oil or your choice of oils. avocado and coconut oil nourish and feed your skin. Hazelnut, almond, and soybean oil are softening. Olive oil is high in antioxidants, but has a strong scent. Vitamin E oil preserves

your cream. Combine the strained herbal infusion with orange flower water or your choice of flower water and dissolve the borax in the liquid. Add the mixture slowly to the oil and wax, stirring constantly. Allow to cool to room temperature. Borax is an emulsifier, helping the oils and water mix. Orange flower water has an uplifting scent, tones skin and helps regenerate skin cells. Rose and lavender water are soothing and rose softens. Add the essential oil, one drop at a time while beating with a wire whisk. Geranium oil is revitalizing and astringent. Lemon grass and ginger stimulate circulation and tone skin. Chamomile and rose are good for children and sensitive skin. To relax and lift your spirits use lavender, neroli or bergamont. With a spatula, scrape the cream into a wide-mouth jar. Apply about 1/4 tsp. of face cream to face and neck after washing.