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  • thesheepthatwentmooo 2 years ago

    I love everything about you, and I know that you’re into them which is
    cool… but those dolls really scare me, haha. Around 2:40 when you dipped
    toward the door and the dolls suddenly appeared I shat myself. 

  • Christine Costin 2 years ago

    Omg you make my day I’m in the hospital right now and I just got wifi your
    the first person I checked ilysm 

  • grav3yardgirl 2 years ago
  • AnimalJamMusicVideos 2 years ago

    Cool when something like that happens to my watercolor thing I get annoyed
    so I try and glue it back in XD

  • ReeceAndLaurenVlogs 2 years ago

    Really loving this series!

  • Sophia McDonald 2 years ago

    When I use that method it looks like it was broken/Frankenstein but hey it
    still works after it dries just like brand new 

  • Puddi Kat 2 years ago

    when you moved your face at like 2:44 because your camera was not focusing,
    the painting (behind your head) in the back scared me >_<

  • WARPAINT & Unicorns 2 years ago

    Your suppose to mix the alcohol into the rest of the pan as well then
    press. The texture of the shadow should be like damp sand before pressing.
    I’ve done a lot of pressing and fixing shadow in the past and that’s how
    they got it to look almost new again. ;) 

  • Araceli Torres 2 years ago

    This process does work great but I felt you did it a bit rushed. If you do
    it with a bit more care you can get a perfect looking eyeshadow pressed.Ive
    done it many times. Dropping alcohol works best and not as messy as the
    spray. The broken shadow needs to be more wet so that you can mix it a bit
    more liquidy or very soft paste and you don’t get the frankenstein look of
    it.(ha!) Once you have it all in the metal pan just tap it to make it
    settle in the pan. Let the alcohol dry out a bit until the eyeshadow and
    then you can press it with the coin and cloth. You should get a bit of the
    cloth embossing and it should look pretty. then clean around the pan.

  • kimmie drummer 2 years ago

    OMGosh!!! Took a break from Christmas decorating. Yes, you read right.
    Christmas to me is what Halloween is to you. LOL! I decorate for Christmas
    for our annual family Thanksgiving dinner. I saw the thumbnail and cracked
    up so hard. Thank you for the fun break in my day. 

  • Carolina Gonzalez 2 years ago

    Just asking why do YouTubers always when they are showing makeup they cover
    up the mirror

  • Ainsley M. 2 years ago

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  • Sarah J. Camilleri 2 years ago

    Nearly cried out loud at 6:01…whyyy Bunny? No wonder your palette got
    messed up in the first place XD

  • Eileen San gines 2 years ago

    you should’ve gotten a small little container like the size and shape of a
    medicine measuring cup thing & put the crushed up eyeshadow and then adding
    alcohol until it’s a liquid consistency.. but not too liquid & then put it
    back in the tin and just using a bobby pin dab into the tin with the
    mixture to fill up the tin & smooth it out or getting the pallette and
    hitting it on a flat surface to smooth out the mixture & let it air dry..
    you don’t need a coin (: love you bunny xx

  • FredyHannover 2 years ago

    What a great idea ! (๑>ᴗ<๑) But … isn’t it … I don’t know … gross to
    spray alcohol into the actual eyeshadow and than smear it on the eyelid ?
    It seems to me like something I wouldn’t like to do … even with a broken
    eyeshadow. Am I the only one with this attitude? (・_・ヾ

  • Micaela M 2 years ago

    If you want it to look neater the way I usually fix my eye shadow is that
    I’ll crush the eye shadow, and then instead of just using a little bit of
    alcohol I’ll use a decent amount of alcohol (doing the drip method tends to
    be neater than the spray method) make an eye shadow alcohol paste/liquid,
    tap it on the table a few times to even it out and get rid of air bubbles,
    leave it over night, and then in the morning it’s dry and good as new. It’s
    really similar to the way you’re doing it but because more alcohol is used
    it takes a little longer and comes out much nicer in terms of appearance
    and overall neatness.

  • 07ginger07 2 years ago

    Oooooohhhhh maybe I can fix my broken Benefit Choc Soliel Bronzer. Oooooohh
    so excite. Thank you for this fix it tutorial.

  • Elise Hurt 2 years ago

    amazing i like the coulor fringe

  • ♥ABitCurly911♥ 2 years ago

    who else taught ”ghost” when the camera was focusing on the door? :( 

  • 88PoisonGirl 2 years ago

    OMG, da kriegt man ja echt Kopfschmerzen, wenn man der Frau zuhört! 

  • Camster Hamster 2 years ago

    y do u cover the mirror

  • afrina begum 2 years ago

    Shadow + pallete = shallete (dunno how to spell it ) BUNNY MADE A NEW WORD 

  • EYEAMSHEEEE 2 years ago

    If you are on an airplane, please do not read this out loud: Bunny! You are
    da BOMB!!!

  • Ruby Radzik 2 years ago

    Hey swamp family! Would anyone check out some of my videos? I need some
    tips/advice! Thank you xo

  • kameikle 2 years ago

    i saw a pic about doing this and i was like uh okay ill try my vanilla
    vodka but nope it doesnt work hahaha need pure alcohol wasted good vodka
    hahah =(

  • Gabrielle Bass 2 years ago

    When Bunny holds up the pallet she covers the mirror. Why do you tubers
    always do that?

  • GimmeMyMascara 2 years ago

    Hey Bunny, it helps if you just push a bobby pin into the pan, pull out all
    the shadows into a separate mini dish or container, then spray in more
    alcohol, mix it around, form it back into the pan it came in and then do
    the coin trick! It’s also a lot cleaner and you wont get the alcohol or
    pigment on any other colours! 

  • cait lyn 2 years ago

    This reminds me of Threadbanger’s videos cx 

  • KnowledgeNerd 2 years ago

    I saw everyone recommending this; glad you have it a go! A dropper probably
    keeps it neater to look undisturbed, but that dosen’t bother me personally.
    I want to see you in the kitchen!! I’ll have to pick a creative cooking pin :) I think much laughter would be had in some of those ridiculous cooking
    pins! Lol

  • Brittany Hollingsworth 2 years ago

    for the pintertest series please test drawing on a mug and baking it to
    make it permanent. would be perfect for Christmas season :) 

  • Kelly McKelly 2 years ago

    You could also spray the quarter with alcohol, thereby disinfecting it of
    all germs. Voila! No piece of fabric required.

  • sargent p Winkle 2 years ago

    I love Rachel or bunnny as u calll her

  • TudorRoseBeauty 2 years ago

    Lol, based on the thumbnail I thought she had smeared her face with
    lipstick. I’m glad I know this works now! I live in constant fear of my
    shadows breaking. I don’t know how I would fix weird shapes, though, like
    the skinny rectangles in the Naked palettes. I can’t think of anything as
    hard as a coin that is that shape.

  • Zee Avila 2 years ago

    Wouldn’t the alcohol burn your eye if you apply the eyeshadow?

  • Erin Honor 2 years ago

    This is actually amazing… I feel like I have just found one of the answers
    to life. I wonder if this would work for other types of powders? I tend to
    trip and fall and drop bronzers/pressed powders a lot… Haha. Stoked you can
    use that shade again! That palette is awesome!

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  • Kaye Field 2 years ago

    Won’t putting the color on your eyelid be harmful now that it has rubbing
    alcohol in it? :/ 

  • Alison Aimsway 2 years ago

    When I read the title I’m like “Wait how the heck do you fix broken
    eyeshadow? Wait how do you even break eyeshadow?” Me after video “Oh I

  • heather willis 2 years ago

    I wish I had known about this when I was younger, when I broke eyeshadows I
    would just throw them away. :( so many eyeshadows I could have saved. 

  • Brittany Lawless 2 years ago

    jfc nearly died when she was talking about the door being recognized as a
    face and then moved only to reveal a creepy ass painting or doll behind

  • x0x0BRANDYYBABYYx0x0 2 years ago

    The reason it looks “Frankensteinish” is b/c you didn’t stir the shadow
    into a paste once you sprayed it w/ alcohol. You have to do that & then
    press it for it to look amazing. Just some friendly advice. :) 

  • ridingrosie 2 years ago

    Bunny, I just figured out that my “friends” have been talking bad about me
    to my sister and now I feel really alone at school I’ve already had a melt
    down. Do you have any advice? Thank you for always making me laugh and
    putting a smile on my face:)

  • Aneka Jones 2 years ago

    OMG BUNNY DO YOU HAVE AN INDUSTRIAL PIERCING?! Btw, it looks great if im
    seeing correctly ;) 

  • Annie Matney 2 years ago

    This is legitimately the most helpful video on the entire internet.
    You’ve won the internet.

  • "DJESS" 2 years ago

    Her eyes are more brighter in this video
    Can I have your eyes please

  • Kalista Wish 2 years ago

    what kind of iphone do you have

  • Hulkeq2 2 years ago

    2:35 when you moved in front of the door, and that picture of the doll
    showed up behind you it creeped me out so much I got goosebumps.

  • Alandra Brewer 2 years ago

    I love her hair ! It looks greater than usual