Monday, February 22, 2016

DIY Makeup Remover Pads

Everybody loves a little something to make life simpler.  Take those makeup remover pads for example.  In one quick and easy step you are that much closer to clean skin.  But not everyone loves all the chemicals and unrecognizable ingredients in those handy little pads. Or the expense of them.

That's where Pinterest comes in!  A quick search leads you to literally dozens of pins for homemade, all natural makeup remover pads.  (Or you can skip the searching step and check out the pins I have collected HERE )

There's only one little problem I have with all of these DIY recipes and tutorials.

Without fail they all seem to use disposal cotton pads.  Convenient, but not exactly environmentally friendly.  And over time the cost of all those disposable cotton rounds can really add up.



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When making your favorite batch of homemade makeup remover, just substitute these in place of those disposable cotton pads.  After using one, toss it in the wash and it's ready to take off your makeup over and over again!

We've even made them handy for a DIY makeup remover project by offering a Special Edition set complete with a little mason jar holder.

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Whether you decide to create homemade makeup remover pads to get a more natural product or to be a little more frugal - these reusable cotton rounds can take your DIY project to the next level!


Have a BEEautiful day,

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Sunday, February 14, 2016

Happy Hearts

Happy Valentine's Day from Queen B's Busy Work  




Thursday, February 4, 2016

The Short Answer is: Yes

A question I seem to get a lot is whether I really use my own products.  I thought the simplest way to answer this would be to walk through my house with my phone and snap a few pictures.

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As you can see, the short answer is: Yes!

I proudly use many of the products available in my shop.  In addition, my grandson owns and wears the prototype model of most every character hat available at Queen B's Busy Work.  Several of the other items came into being when I designed and created them as gifts for friends or family members.

I believe in producing and selling products I would use myself, or would be proud to give to someone I care about as a gift.  That is part of the Queen B philosophy.


Have a BEEautiful day,

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