So of course, like any good
Someone also is loving her mirror in her room--the mirror being new to her as it didn't get put on until just a few months ago. We had used the dresser (without the mirror attached) as a changing station before the big PT in January. She also LOVES to make faces at herself. On Sunday, her painted pout only heightened this fascination.
Last but not least, the original point of this post--a great little frugal makeup tip for you.
My makeup bag fell over the other day and my eyeshadow container slid out and crashed on the bathroom floor. One of my eyeshadows broke into a dozen pieces. Argh!!!! I was irritated with myself to say the least. However, I had heard a makeup tip a while back and now was my chance to see if it worked. When your eyeshadow breaks you can either A) throw it away and get a new one or B) try and salvage it the best you can. But during weeks of salvaging, the broken eyeshadow bits eventually work their way all over the inside of your makeup bag and make everything an absolute mess. Or am I the only
What you want to do to salvage the eyeshadow and make it user friendly again (aka a lot less messy) is continue to break up the eyeshadow into a powder (using the back of a spoon or some other such tool) and the add just a drop or two of rubbing alcohol to it. Just enough to make a thick paste. Spread it as evenly as you can back into the eyeshadow compartment and let dry. The alcohol will evaporate and you are left with much more workable eyeshadow once again. And it really does work. Trust me.
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