Formulating a concealer pt 2 - Using a rock tumbler and ensuring optimal powder+oil mixing, advice?
On the recommendation of Bobzchemist I got a Lorotone rock tumbler and 100 1/2" stainless steel bearings to reduce the particle size of the powders and blend them together, both to ensure better consistency and coverage.
But I'm unsure of the required tumbling time and of the next step: How do you best blend the powders into the oil phase?
Any advice for making a good, thick, concealer that will cover acne or otherwise red skin? I hear adding green oxide can help? Recipe originally had french green clay which added a significant amount of green, but was very hard to formulate with.
Current formula: Hemp Seed Oil, Caprylic/Capric Triglycerides, Beeswax, Zinc Oxide, Boron Nitride, Shea Butter, Propylene Glycol, Tocopheryl Acetate, Green Tea Extract, Yellow Oxide, Brown Oxide.