It’s been more than two decades after Pokémon took the world by storm from its series, movies, and computer games. Who would forget the charming yet powerful Pikachu? For Pokémon fanatics, the spirit of this anime will forever linger in their hearts. In fact, a new mobile application was launched and took over the world once again. To relive the Pokémon fanatic in you here’s how to make a Pokeball bath bomb.
DIY | How To Make A Pokeball Bath Bomb
It’s been more than 20 years and Pokémon isn’t at all forgotten. With the recent launch of Pokémon Go, anime fanatics and Pokémon enthusiasts are ecstatic to relive the child in them through this new mobile application. Skin care freaks won’t lag behind, of course.
If you want to have smooth, flawless and smooth skin while enjoying Pokémon, you can create your own bath bombs. With just a few ingredients, here’s how to make a Pokeball bath bomb. I can now say, catch them all skin care freaks!
- Corn Starch
- Citric Acid -You can use cream of tartar or lemon juice if you don’t have citric acid.
- Baking Soda
- Food Coloring – red, black, and yellow
- Pokemon Figures
- Plastic ornament
- Two caps of different sizes
How To Make A Pokeball Bathbomb:
Step 1: Mix All The Dry Ingredients
Mix the three dry ingredients to make a powder mixture.
Step 2: Separate Two Cups Of The Mixture
Separate two cups of the mixture to make the red and black part of the Pokeball.
Step 3: Don On Your Gloves
Don on your gloves because mixing food coloring can be messy.
Step 4: Put Red Food Coloring In A Spray Bottle
In a used spray bottle, put some water and red food coloring. Mix it well.
Step 5: Make The Red Part Of The Pokeball
Spray the food coloring mixture on one cup of the powdered mixture. Be sure to make the color vibrant. Mix it well and you can add a drop of food coloring directly to the mixture to make the color more vibrant. Make sure its texture is like that of white sand. You can test it by pressing a handful of the mixture. It should look like this one on the photo.
Step 6: Make The Black Part Of The Pokeball
Add equal amounts of yellow and blue food coloring to make the black part of the Pokeball. If you have a black food coloring, you can use that. Do the same with the black food coloring. Mix the powdered mixture until you get the desired texture.
The Red and Black Dry Products should look like this:
You’ll have two colored mixtures. You’re now ready to assemble the Pokeball.
Step 7: Assemble The White Part Of The Pokeball
Fill up one side of the ornament with the remaining white mixture. Make sure you achieved the desired texture so the Pokeball will stay intact.
You can put your Pokemon figure inside the ornament.
Use a glass to make sure the mixture is intact and there’s a smooth line around the top. You can use a spatula or the other edge of a spoon to smoothen the line out.
With the use of the larger cap, scoop out a semi-circle on the white part of the Pokeball.
Use the spatula or spoon to smoothen the semi-circle.
Cover the remaining space with the white mixture and smoothen it out again with your fingers or a spoon.
Step 8: Assemble The Black Part Of The Pokeball
Add in your dark color.
With the smaller cap create another semi-circle on the black part of the Pokeball.
Smoothen it out again and add the white mixture here to fill it.
It should look like this.
Step 9: Assemble The Red Part Of The Pokeball
Get the other part of the ornament and fill it up with the red mixture. Make sure it’s intact and use a spoon to smoothen it out.
With the use of the larger cap again, scoop out a semi-circle from the red mixture.
Fill out the remaining space with the darker mixture.
Step 10: Assemble Your Pokeball
Assemble your Pokeball bath bomb. Freeze the bath bomb for about 30 minutes and remove it from the mold. Be sure to let it set on a clean surface from about one to two days.
For the full tutorial, here’s the video by SofiaStyled:
There are more ways on how to make a Pokeball bath bomb or other types of bath bombs. Here is another DIY bath bomb by Skin Care Freak.
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