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How to Recycle an Eyebrow Pencil

Pictured: a couple of eyebrow pencils I made along with a little pot containing the leftover mass that I didn't have enough casings for. I hate discarding excess make-up I've made –even if it's a teensy little bit. There's less than 5 grams in that little pot.

Also pictured: a snazzy jazzy dial-up eyebrow pencil container with a pre-shaped tip that makes application absolutely fool proof.

You: But Lise, you make all your own makeup. Why do you have a commercially manufactured pencil?

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