Total time: 10 minutes
I was SO devastated when I injured my Louboutin Biancas on their first outing. The leather lifted off on the heel as you can see in the pictures below. I decided I was going to try and fix it myself. It's not a huge defect and if I got this right, I could fix all my other injured heels that I've been neglecting (sorry other non-designer shoes, I know I treat you unfairly).
I bought epoxy glue from Daiso and got to work.
I grabbed a bamboo skewer and a plastic spoon to mix the epoxy on. I picked up glue using the skewer (a toothpick will do the same job) and dabbed it onto the leather. I then folded the leather back onto the heel and used the Daiso plastic bag to wrap around the affected area to hold it in place, but I lifted the plastic bag every minute or so to make sure the epoxy didn't glue the plastic bag to the heel. After about 15 minutes I tied a hair tie around the plastic bag and left it alone for half an hour.
The result is pretty good - better than I was expecting.
Btw I'm not sure a normal plastic bag would work. The Daiso shopping bag has a plastic-y, waxy feel to it so I think that may have made a difference.