How to make your own DIY perfume using cyclomethicone, fractionated coconut oil, and fragrance oil.
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This is such a neat gift idea and you can customize it with your favorite fragrance oils, a Cricut or Silhouette made label, and some fancy spray bottles so you’ll be ready to go for the holidays.
How to Make Perfume
Cari was born and raised in rural Ohio. She lives on a small farm with her family, two goats, and a flock of chickens. More than 10 years ago, she started making bath and beauty products and sold them online. After taking a hiatus to raise her children, she started blogging to share her knowledge with others. Now she’s the author of the popular beauty blog Everything Pretty that shares DIY beauty recipes, reviews, and other beauty tips. She has two books available on Amazon, Carrier Oils: A Beginner’s Guide and Bath Salts: 30 Easy Recipes for Fun or Profit.
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