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Fashion Skin Dye

Tired of being an earth tone?
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We've all dyed our hair had a tatoo or two but there is something lacking, that complete escape. Now you can trancend race, color and mediocraty with colorful skin dye. People will envy your greeness, people will cheer your yellowness. Be the first on your block to set the new stereotypes for fuchia. Mix dyes and create your own original hue.
lbunting, Nov 29 2001

A look at parfait http://www.cooksrec...essert-recipes.html
Layered dessert, far from inert. [bristolz, Nov 30 2001, last modified Oct 04 2004]

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       It'd be cool to be tie-dyed but it sure would hurt.
bristolz, Nov 29 2001
  

       Jaundiced people are yellow, does that count?
barnzenen, Nov 29 2001
  

       it wasn't for fashion, but it's baked by john howard griffin, who wrote the book "black like me", the true story of how he medically changed his skin colour to find out what living in the southern u.s. in the '50's was like for african-americans.
mihali, Nov 29 2001
  

       Great. Just what we need: ANOTHER silly affectation.
seal, Nov 29 2001
  

       Are we not all just layers of affectations?
bristolz, Nov 29 2001
  

       like an onion?
po, Nov 29 2001
  

       exactly po, like an onion, or maybe, a shallot.
bristolz, Nov 29 2001
  

       Or a leek.
StarChaser, Nov 29 2001
  

       that's yer lot
po, Nov 29 2001
  

       galaxy high
technobadger, Nov 29 2001
  

       If you're feeling blue - wear red
thumbwax, Apr 03 2002
  

       Bodicea thought of this a very long time ago.
brewmaster, Apr 03 2002
  

       Hey I just came upon this page when I was searched 'skin dye.' I've had the idea of coloring my skin for a long time, and thought there already was some sort of agent for this. I think its a great idea to do, but I also would feel upset that I wouldn't be unique in using it(the reason I planned on doing it in the first place)...but now that I've done a bit of searching and haven't found any dye products for skin I think I'll try formulating my own. BTW, I like the Shrek humor (onion layers)
shobes, Feb 02 2003
  

       Didn't we Brits dye the skin of our scouts and spies in the Middle East - Afganistan, by immersing them bodily in a tub of walnut oil/ HOLDING TIGHTLY TO STICKS IN THEIR PALMS AND GREASE ON THE SOLES OF THEIR FEET so they would mingle with the locals/// Sailor
sailor, Aug 11 2004
  

       Polymorphic painting, With painting you can become any color in the "vl" spectrum. You can even paint on cloting or bathing-suits. You can even paint an von gough on your body. Plus it is durable lasts an long time & is removable. (Btw) permanent polymorphic paint is avalible.
Keiron, Nov 06 2004
  


 

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