Hey guys! Today's post is a quick tip on dried up gel liners or cream shadows. Have you ever own any cream shadows or gel liners that applied like a dream at first, but dried up later on? Then this post will help you on it^^ Let's see how it's done, shall we? If you see the cream is separated from the container? That means it's dried up, but don't worry! We can fix it!
Here is my mac rubenesque paint pot. It is a gorgeous peachy golden color. Can you see the cream is separated from the container? That means it's dried up, but don't worry! We can fix it!
Applied it with fingers. You can tell that the color is swatched patchily and unevenly. And the color isn't pigmented at all.
Next, take a cotton swab or any sticks. Mix the cream from bottom to top until it's evenly mixed.
You should get something like this. It's going to look kind of gross, but you can smoothen or flatten the top part. I was lazy so I just used the cotton swab to smoothen it.
Here are some other cream shadows and gel liners that I have mixed.
After mixing the shadow, it's so much more pigmented and even!
I hope you guys enjoy this post! Next post will be some eyeshadow looks that I have done. Stay tuned for that!