7 Easy Steps To Fix Shattered Or Broken Eyeshadows

7 Easy Steps To Fix Shattered Or Broken Eyeshadows

7 Easy Steps To Fix Shattered Or Broken Eyeshadows

No eye makeup is complete with an eye shadow. Any eye makeup that is purchased is generally of a good brand and hence they would definitely cost a lot of money. Imagine dropping your eye shadow worth a few hundred rupees and was hardly used ones or twice!! Along with the broken eye shadow you would also end up having a broken heart. But, fret not as the broken eye shadow can be repaired and used again with any issues. Let us now look at how the broken or shattered eye shadow can be fixed in 7 easy steps. Before that you need to get a few things ready:

Here Is The List Of Things You Require For Fixing The Broken Eyeshadow:

The broken eye shadow (of course): a utensil, a cotton bud, a cotton pad. Rubbing alcohol (available at the chemist) tissues, a coin, a dropper, a towel

Clean The Utensil

The first and foremost step is to clean the utensil in which the eye shadow is going to be put. The cleaning has to be done with rubbing alcohol.

Clean The Utensil

Mash The Eye Shadow

The next step is the carefully mash the eye shadow. Care should be taken to see that no dust falls in it as it has to be applied to the eyes.

Mash The Eye Shadow

Mixing The Eye Shadow

The next step is to mix the powdered eye shadow with rubbing alcohol. This is a very important step as the rubbing alcohol needs to be added very carefully. Drop the alcohol using a dropper so that excess is not poured in the utensil. The consistency should be like a paste.

Mixing The Eye Shadow

Smoothen The Mixed Paste

The eye shadow powered and the rubbing alcohol when mixed completely has to be made smooth and covered with a tissue.

Smoothen The Mixed Paste

Use Of Coin

The smooth paste then needs to be pressed down with something heavy and this is where the coin can be used.

Use Of Coin

Smoothen The Sides

After the paste is set with the help of a coin, the sides have to be smoothened with the help of a cotton bud.

Smoothen The Sides

Dry The Eye Shadow

The eye shadow needs to be left over night to dry and get set.

Dry The Eye Shadow

Here is your favorite broken eye shadow which is ready for use again.

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