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Eyemakeup temporary tattoos

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Eye makeup is tricky and require some skill, especially if elaborate effects are desired. Plus you might poke yourself in the eye with some sort of pencil thing.

Eyemakeup temporary tattoos offer perfect, makeup-quality artist eyemakeup. Simply rub on above the eye and you are good to go.

bungston, Nov 05 2008

Eye shadow master class (video) http://www.videojug...shadow-master-class
(Sorry about the brief ad.) What eye shadow make-up usually entails. [jutta, Nov 05 2008]

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       You're thinking about eye shadow, right? Eye make-up includes things like mascara and eyeliner. Actually, that's where the pencils come in, mostly, so I'm not sure what you're trying to stick onto what here. You'd rub off a wet piece of paper onto your eye socket rim?   

       This reminds me of the Simpsons episode where Homer invents the instant make-up gun. I imagine the results to be just as simple and perfect.
jutta, Nov 05 2008
  

       if I could get the black eyeliner effect, I'd buy 'em.
po, Nov 06 2008
  

       I've been experimenting with temporary tattoos lately. I can get about ten days if I'm careful before they begin to tatter, but that's on my arm. Facial oils would probably be more of a problem.
normzone, Nov 06 2008
  

       The eyemakeup tattoos should be removed after 1 day and a new one put on. This will decrease the risk of flaking and tattering, and allow us to sell more of them.   

       As regards being willing to rub a wet piece of paper onto the eye socket rim, that is where advertising comes in. Because everyone is doing it now.   

       Results may vary.
bungston, Nov 06 2008
  

       I like the idea because it might be quicker, but rubbing stuff over your eye is what you do with current eye makeup technology. If you're poking yourself in the eye with a pencil you're not doing it right.
penguin_tummy, Nov 07 2008
  

       /If you're poking yourself in the eye with a pencil you're not doing it right./   

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bungston, Nov 07 2008
  
      
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