You Can Bring Your Broken Powders Back To Life — Here's Proof

You Can Bring Your Broken Powders Back To Life — Here's Proof
You Can Bring Your Broken Powders Back To Life — Here's Proof
Exhibit A: a very sad-looking, very unusable trio of highlighters. (Becca’s Moonstone, Champagne Pop, and Opal, if you’re curious.) Exhibit B: the same powders following the surgery. They’re as good as new, and have returned to their natural state of being smooth, shimmery eye candy. As the owner of the palette/magician wrote in the comments, the colors and formulas weren’t at all affected by the repair process. The tutorial worked like a charm.

So, the next time you find yourself staring down at a powder that’s been smashed to smithereens, feeling the will to live in a world without your favorite highlighter slowly drain out of you, take a deep breath. Then pull out your isopropyl alcohol and get to work. Now you know what to do — and you, and your fully strobed cheekbones, will survive another day.

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