Have you ever been brokenhearted and went into a deep depression? Have you been shattered and felt so hopeless? If yes then, you’re exactly on the right page! But hey hey hey! No, we are definitely not talking about the guys that broke your hearts! There are more serious heart breakers out there in every woman’s life. And what is that? Oh well, what is worse than having your favorite hard earned broken powder blush, foundation or eye shadow? Don’t you agree? Gosh! That’s definitely a nightmare! So before you toss your shattered powder and cry after, check this out and find out how to fix your broken makeup in 3 easy steps!
Lets admit it ladies, we all like and love to buy the good stuff with our hard earned money, most specially when it come to our makeup products like eye shadow, foundation powders and blushes!
But this could be beyond frustrating when we accidentally knocks it down and breaks it into 100 million little tiny pieces.
We are pretty sure you too can’t tell you how many times this has happened, and as much as we want to keep it, it’s such a big mess, so we always just end up throwing it all away, and throwing away our hard earned money in the process!
Ouch, that is indeed a heartbreak! 🙁 But instead of crying why dont we all just move on and try these 3 easy steps to fix our hard earned broken makeup!
Take a minute and find out how to fix your broken makeup in 3 easy steps!
You’ll Need:your broken powder, a makeup wipe and a cotton swab
1. Break Your Cracked Powder Even More
Break up your powder compact (even more) into tiny pieces using a cotton swab. Spread them out across the compact so they’re evenly distributed.
2. Flatten It Back Into Place
Place a makeup remover wipe over the broken pieces of powder, and press down with your fingers to flatten your product and shape it back into the compact. Lift up the remover wipe to see where you need to apply more pressure to flatten down all the pieces.
3. Clean the Edges of the Palette
Clean up the edges of your makeup container with your makeup wipe or a cotton swab, and you’re good to go. Your powder obviously won’t have the pretty design that was imprinted in it before you destroyed it, but your compact will certainly be brought back from the dead (or the bottom of your trash can). You and your $45 highlighter can thank us in the comments.