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I got a new 15 pan empty MAC palette in the post yesterday and wanted to transfer some of my e/s from my 1st palette to it. What did i do only dig a tweezers into 3 of my fave eyeshadows (MAC Mythology, Trax & Cranberry). Noo.. Laura didnt dig a hole in Nylon, Sweeten Up or Motif that she never uses but she had to dig a hole in e/s she regularly uses..


Thankfully they're not dead though. They just look ugly now with big holes!

 
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Oh no....

But they're still usable and that's the main thing.

Digging a hole in your fave shadows is definitely a bummer...

 
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I did that to a few - I would sit there and try and take all the crumbs and press them into the hole to try & get it back to normal!!!
 
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Originally Posted by Naturally OR if you have some empty sample jars around ...put the crumbs in there! thats a good idea!
Too late, but good~!

 
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Originally Posted by NYAngel98 thats a good idea!
Too late, but good~!
I think Trisha said something to me about using rubbing alcohol to put powder shadows back together!?
 
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Originally Posted by Naturally OR if you have some empty sample jars around ...put the crumbs in there! Why didnt i think of that last night when i've done it with so many others? I ended up throwing all the loose stuff in the bin. How stupid am i??!
 
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did you take the pieces push them back in then get some rubbing alcohol on a q tip then put it on the area that has the hole and let it dry? (i've had to fix e/s b4 and that works like a charm)

 
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Sorry Laura. I too have also heard that the alcohol trick works too.

 
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Oh Laura! Sorry to hear about the mishap last night.
 
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Originally Posted by Anya1976 did you take the pieces push them back in then get some rubbing alcohol on a q tip then put it on the area that has the hole and let it dry? (i've had to fix e/s b4 and that works like a charm) Of course i didn't.. i don't have a brain LOL! Actually i dont even own rubbing alcohol. I should stock up in case this happens again. Is there any particular brand i should get? I wouldnt even know where to buy that in Ireland
 

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