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  • Jalaine Taylor

    Fix broken powder make up with a few drops of rubbing alcohol. Powder. Eye shadow. Blush. Bronzer.

  • Eleanor Steinman

    Fix broken compacts with rubbing alcohol. If this worked it would be amazing. Especially for eyeshadow.

  • Jaimee Stern

    How to: Fix your broken powder makeup I could not count the amount of money I have wasted by throwing away makeup that I thought was trash, when I could have fixed it. There is no need to throw your money away on perfectly good makeup! If you happen to break you powder makeup, you can easily fix it with alcohol (rubbing alcohol) and patience! This works for any kind of powder based makeup, such as bronzers, blot powders, eyeshadows, whatever! As you can see I broke my favorite bronzer - MAC "Refined Golden", and instead of buying a new one, which is out in the "Style Warriors" collection, I decided to fix mine and save my money.

  • Erin Pavelich

    To fix broken makeup powders 1. Add a few small drops of rubbing alcohol into your broken powder makeup compact or casing. 2. Smudge the soft soaking powder around, making it into a paste-like substance and re-form it by smoothing it out with your finger or the back of a spoon. 3. Let it dry overnight for best results.

  • Veronica Kaiser

    Fix broken make up bits: use 75%+ based alcohol (rubbing alcohol) because the more alcohol concentrate, the faster it dries. Any percentage of alcohol will do if you leave it out to dry overnight. Add a few small drops into broken powder makeup casing. It seep into the powder making it soft. Mix it into a paste-like substance and re-form it by smoothing it out with your finger. Smooth the surface with the bottom of a spoon if you want Let it dry overnight for best results.

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How to fix broken makeup!! Simply pour a few teaspoons of rubbing alcohol (Isopropyl Alcohol) over the cracked make-up. Stir and break up the chunks until all the makeup is dissolved. Set out on a flat surface overnight. The alcohol dries up and you’re left with perfect and fresh makeup! Why have I not known this my whole life?? THIS IS AMAZING!

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