‘Kiss Me’ Cheek Stain

I have horrible sleeping habits that take a huge toll on my skin and can sometimes make me look like a vampire – not the look I’m going for. So in order not to scare the kiddies, sometimes some blush is needed – or better yet, cheek stain!


Why use cheek stains?

Cheek tints give you a pop of colour that looks healthy and natural. It also has much better lasting power that leaves your cheeks kiss-proof for much longer than the powder alternative.

What to avoid in your blush

Talc: is one of the main ingredients in most blushes, which may be contaminated with carcinogenic asbestos fibres – asbestos! Would be good to avoid that.

Bismuth Oxychloride: can also be sound in some blushes, which is used for shine. This chemical can irritate sensitive skin and cause redness and itching.

Kiss Me Cheek Stain

Ingredients: 2 tbsp olive oil, 1 tbsp honey, 1 beetroot

Utensils: blender, coffee filter or muslin cloth


Step 1: Cut the beetroot in half and trim off the skin.


Step 2: Cut into tiny pieces.


Step 3: Add all the ingredients into a food processor, and blend until it’s all liquefied.


Step 4: Strain the mixture through a coffee filter so that you get silky consistency with maximum colour.


Step 5: Squeeze and squeeze some more.


Step 6: Use a cotton bud and dab three dots onto the apple of your cheeks, and blend until the skin absorbs the stain.

This will keep in the fridge for up to 4 weeks (you can use it on your lips too!). Tell me what you think by commenting below – I love reading your comments!


7 thoughts on “‘Kiss Me’ Cheek Stain

    1. I’m glad you like it – and you can use it on your lips and cheeks! Store it in an airtight container and keep it in the fridge – it’ll stay usable for up to 3 weeks.


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