This Is How To Make Pizza Highlighter

It’s the worst feeling in the world when you drop your pressed powder compact on the floor, but it happens to the best of us. But now, if your powders break, it doesn’t have to ruin your day. Find out how to make pizza highlighter to ensure that you never waste a highlighter or any kind of powdered product again. Your beauty routine is far too precious for that, you know?

Beauty guru Gina Kay took to Instagram to show an incredible makeup trick to fix what you thought was once ruined. She managed to turn pressed highlighter and loose shimmer shadows into a decadent makeup creation. This method combines your two favorite things: food, specifically pizza, and makeup, so why not give it a try, you know? All you have to do is take your broken powders and mix it with rubbing alcohol to make the powder firm again.

I’ve never tried this makeup hack before, but I have heard of using this method. If you’ve ever broken a compact full of your favorite product (and you know you have!) you can rest a little easier because you are now finally equipped with the knowledge to do something about it! The only way to stop that sinking feeling in your stomach as you watch your highlighter crash to the ground (it almost seems to happen in slow-mo, doesn’t it?) is to know that you can fix it. Not only fix it — turn it into something even better. Pizza, in fact.

From shattered makeup dreams to pizza. Now, that's a Cinderella story if I've ever heard of one.

Isn't it glorious?

See how rubbing alcohol can magically fix your broken products, too. It's important to note that it doesn't change the consistency of your makeup at all. So, you can get your makeup back to new or make it even better and having a pizza party with it, instead.

Pizza that gets you glistening? Gimme a slice of that!

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