No, you don't have to start over. 

By Roxanne Adamiyatt
Updated January 26, 2016
From left:L’Oréal Paris Extra-Intense Liquid Pencil Eyelinerin Black($9 at drugstores)—surprisingly, not in brown or plum or any other softer, seemingly more wearable color—was a standout for its ability to create a deep, smoky statement eye that was more charcoal than jet. Lancôme Artliner EyeLinerin Noir ($30.50, won accolades for being the most user-friendly liquid liner in everyone’s favorite hue. The foam tip can be held horizontally and gently pressed along the lash lines so lashes look naturally thicker.
Kenji Aoki

This article originally appeared on MIMI.

We've all been there. You're coasting along with your makeup routine when all of a sudden out of nowhere, a sneeze, a skip, a hiccup— something happens to trip you up, and you end up with your makeup blobbed all over your face. It's the worst, and it tends to happen at the most inopportune moments, like when you really don't have the time to start over. We feel you sister, and we've got the fix to get you back on your way, despite hitting a little speed bump. Check it out!​

And, per usual, we're also gonna slow it down for you, because we really want you to master it.

1. The dreaded blob. Ideally this won't happen.

2. Sweep on some concealer to clean up some of your mistake.

3. Tap your concealer so that it really blends in with your skin (no streaks allowed).

4. Smile, you averted cosmetic disaster.