25 Candy Hacks with a rosy Mood
Delicious candy tricks everyone should try at least once
Everyone knows how delicious chocolates and skittles are, but you can use them in many different ways you’ve never thought of.
If you have some skin redness, melt some dark chocolate, mix it with eggs, and then apply the mixture to your skin.
Mash-up some blackberries to make a natural hair dye for your blonde hair.
Add some chocolate melt in a silicone form, freeze it and then fill it up with sweets and candy. Flip it upside down into a bowl and then let your loved one break it to reveal the candy.
Remove the cream from oreo cookies, mix it in some milk and then mix it back with the biscuits to make an easy ice-cream treat for your guests.
To naturally dye your shirts with skittles, simply place them on your shirt and spray them with isopropyl alcohol.
You can cook some skittles in a non-stick frying pan at very low heat and then take the juice, let it cool down a bit, and empty it in an ice-cream container.
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