I'm sure you could get it elsewhere online as well You only need a tiiinnnny drop. Just put the drop in the paint pot, and use a sterile utensil spoon, scoop thing, whatever and mix it around! It works great for other dried-out things like gel liners. Hope this helps! I believe RCMA's foundation thinner is nothing more than glycerine. I know EnKore aka Koren used a normal drugstore glycerine to save dried up gel liners. I use a dab of glycerine on my non-waterproof mascaras when it is a bit on the dry side.
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It's still a fantastic idea. A drop of glycerine will save most any product so long as their is glycerine in that product to begin with. In products that don't have glycerine but have silicone you can get liquid silicone from places like TKB or Coastal Scents to fix dried out products and in water-based products a bit of distilled water will help bring back dried out products NOT TAP. Wow Great Info!!! I'm sure it's probably way more cost effective as well!
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Thank you both ladies!!!!! I've noticed that my Tarte gel eyeliner is starting to dry up and this is the perfect solution to bring it back to life!!!!! I'm sure you could get it elsewhere online as well. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!
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Spray it in and swirl in with my finger or a brush to get it back to that creamy consistency. I've had Soft Ochre and numerous other Paintpots for over two years and while the product has separated in the jar that big gap that shows the product has separated from the glass , I haven't had much problem with it drying out. Look up Enkore's YT, he did a tutorial on how to fix dried paintpots and other similar products. My painterly pot did that. It's fine in the middle, but you can see along the sides how it's drying out.
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Werid, because I use it all the time and I know I close it properly after every use. Fix plus is a waterbase liquid so it is going to be a quick at that moment fix. Definitely make a habit of storing your products upside down to retain its moisture! Once it's dry throw i out! Putting all this liquid stuff in there to try to fix it will just become a breeding ground for bacteria. I had an issue with Painterly paint pot when it was brand new. The texture was dry so I researched online and like Janel B. Store it upside down, the moisture came back to mine and it is still good six months later.
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