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Allytta Allytta 6 years
haha they don't sell rubbing alcohol in the UK :D I wanted to do this and I just got a weird look from various pharmacies. they tried to sell me some cough syrup instead :)))
TANGY TANGY 6 years
Bellas, just so you know, you can't repair matte or very finely milled powders with just alcohol because there isn't anything to bind the minerals together. If you have matte/minerals/pigments, you'll have to use something like BioSilk, glycerin, or a MAC's mixing medium(sold in MAC pro stores).
AmandaG AmandaG 6 years
Brilliant! Thanks, this is very useful.
pinkpeonygirl pinkpeonygirl 6 years
Good tip, Bella. I would never have thought about using rubbing alcohol to put the mess back together.
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