As I am slowly moving towards sustainability, so was on my mission to find new ways to use my cosmetics, which are organic, free from harsh chemicals, and sustainable. That’s why I experimented with making lipstick with extra virgin olive oil. Believe it or not, the results were outstanding.
Here is the recipe for you to try :
One teaspoon of Beeswax Pastilles
One teaspoon of Cacao Butter
One teaspoon of Extra Virgin olive oil (sweet Harmony collection)
1/8 teaspoon of beetroot powder as I wanted a pink tone (you can also use an organic food color as well)
Heat Beeswax pastilles and cacao butter so that it is melted to liquid then add olive oil. Mix it well and add beetroot powder. Pour it in the empty aluminum balm container or even a hollow lipstick tube. Freeze it for 1 hour.
Ready to use.
This vibrant shade is a hundred percent safe, natural, and it’s right for you with superior quality ingredients.
Your lips will feel super moisturized and will thank you.
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Thinking that ideas are more important than teams. I hear a lot of first-time entrepreneurs tell me ‘I have a great idea for an app; I just need to find a technical co-founder to code it.’ But successful startups iterate their original idea constantly based on market feedback. Sometimes they even radically pivot like Paypal or Slack. Only great teams can do that, so the execution is much more important than the original concept. And it’s easier to change the idea than it is to change the team."
In 15 years as an entrepreneur, I’ve made many mistakes and I’ve seen a lot of entrepreneurs do them too. My answer is two-part since these are equally as important."
Falling blindly in love with an idea. Entrepreneurship needs passion, but love can be blinding. Many entrepreneurs believe in their idea so much that they fail to validate it. They tend to dismiss negative feedback on their products or neglect collecting some. And they end up missing product/market fit.
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