Natural Wellness with Julie Reneaud

Lips, lashes, and essential oils

Here are some super easy ways to add essential oils to your daily beauty routine and make your lips and lashes stand out. These simple hacks are so easy & fun…PLUS, they give you the bonus of putting on your makeup and having a private aromatherapy session at the same time!!!!

Here are my 2 favorite oily makeup tricks!!

Red lips

Glossy Lip Plumper


2-3 drops of Cinnamon essential oil

organic all natural lip gloss


  1. Drop in 2 drops of cinnamon oil
  2. Mix with wand
  3. Test on your lips for the desired effect
  4. Add more oil if necessary


Apply to lips as desired. The cinnamon oil is added to mildly irritate the lips and increase blood flow leading them becoming fuller and plump. You may feel a slight tingle. If irritation is bothersome, add

more “carrier” i.e. coconut oil, vitamin E oil to your lips.


Lengthen Your Lashes

Add lavender oil and cedarwood oil to your Mascara to grow your own fuller and longer eyelashes, without extensions or expensive chemical based products.

Use a Full Tube of Toxin Free Mascara:

  1. Add 1 drop of lavender oil and 1 drop of Cedarwood oil to your tube of mascara.
  2. Swirl the wand of your mascara to stir.
  3. Grow those lashes!



“Beneath the makeup and behind the smile, I am just a girl who wishes for the world.”
― Marilyn Monroe


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