Lush bath bombs have been the beauty rage for a few months now, and if you are as impatient as me then you do not want to wait for the shipping on these magical, color changing bombs.
With a little help from DIY Projects for Teens the perfect recipe to make a lush bath bomb in the comfort of your kitchen is now available.
Follow these steps below and instantly become the DIY beauty guru of your friends.
Place the dry ingredients into a bowl. You want to whisk these ingredients well.
In a small container mix the liquid ingredients together. Make sure that in this step that the essential oils, fragrances and colors are added, this is very important. Do not be afraid to play around with different fragrance oils, and you can even separate the dry mixture into different bowls to create many different smells and colors all at once.
Slowly add the liquid mixture, by using small spoonfuls at a time, into the dry mixture.
When the mixture is mixed well start to pack it into the bath bomb mold by using a spoon to pack tightly. Make sure when doing this step you work quickly because the mixture will dry out.
This recipe for bath bombs really encourages you to use essential oils to help relax you.
Certain smells can help with stress, anxiety, and sleep problems.
No matter what recipe you decide to use following these simple steps will help you create the perfect bath bombs from the comfort of your home.
Photos and ingredients courtesy of projectsforteens.com
Michelle is a junior and is majoring in Fashion Merchandising and Journalism and is the Reflector’s Editor in Chief. She is a normal college student who has mastered the art of making ramen taste like gourmet and baking a five-minute brownie within three minutes. On any given weekend you can find her in downtown Savannah living out the dream that she is Carrie Bradshaw and lives by the quote “I like my money where I can see it: hanging in my closet.” She loves social media so don’t be alarmed if you get a notification that she liked a picture from 78 weeks ago. Check her out on Twitter @michelle_pratt1.