{Health & Beauty} How to Save Broken Makeup

This is an awesome and FREE beauty tip from the lovely girls over at The Beauty Department( TBD ) Lauren Conrad, Kristin Ess and Amy Nadine; who if you are not currently following, you should be .  I love The Beauty Department  because they have tons of great tips and tricks. Just the other day, I broke one of my favorite eyeshadow and was looking for a way to save it before having to replace it. Since it was brand new, I didn’t see myself going into my money envelope for yet another shade of purple eyeshadow, so I went on a hunt to find an easy fix… and voila, this is what I found.  This reminds me of when Denia taught us how to save broken lipstick.

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How to Save Broken Lipstick

SMC Tip: My Broken Lipstick

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Just the other day, I broke one of my favorite Mac creamsheen lipsticks. It basically overheated in my car so it’s of no good use now in its regular container. However, today I want to show you how to turn your old broken lipstick into a new, creamy lip color in just three easy steps. Take a look at the pictorial below for more insight:

What you need:

  1. Your Broken Lipstick
  2. Empty Gloss Container
  3. Vaseline
  4. Stirring device (spoon, coffee stirrer)

Step 1: Remove lipstick

Empty all of the lipstick debris. Be sure to get it all so that you don’t waste any product.

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Step 2: Place in Container

Place the lipstick pieces into a small container.


Step 3: Mix Vaseline

Add in as little or as much Vaseline or that you’d like to create a consistency that you’d like, and stir with a plastic spoon.


Step 4: Enjoy your lipstick

Voila!

To make a GLOSSY consistency:

  1. After step one, place the lipstick and Vaseline on a spoon.
  2. By placing a lighter or flame below the spoon, heat until the lipstick and Vaseline begin to melt together.
  3. Place the mixture into the container.


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