Lazy eye make-up...???

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pazzy

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Hhmmm - i bet they dont apply like they look in real life!
 

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bet it takes longer getting these things on your eyes in the right place no over lapping than putting eye shadow on yourself with a brush!!!!! lol xxx
 

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Reminds me of the Avon self adhesive nail polishes,not that I ever tried the things but looks similar,I bet they crack and look all bitty as the day/night wears on,and what if some of it came off and went in your eye:eek:That would more than likely happen to me.Everything and anything irritates my eyes.

Think I will stick to normal eye- makeup,thanks for link though:hug:
 

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Mmm, I'm just loving the camoflage one...:eek:
 

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I actually think they will be more hassel than ordinary eyemake-up.

Can you imagine going on the dragons den with them?

It would be so humiliating.
 

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I think the idea is good, how well it works is another matter all together.

I can't apply eyeshadow to safe my life if it involves more than one colour :lol:

I've been to the make up counters and have had demos done on me, I've sat and watched them do it on my friends, making notes as they go along. Then I try and do it at home and it looks like I've let a 3 year old loose on my face :lol:

Watching the application video, I found it interesting that they only showed the very light transfer being removed from the eye and not any of the darker or more patterned ones.


Marlise
 

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How long does it really take to apply a bit of eye make up?

I'd take much longer fart arsing around with those things!! :lol:
 

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how lazy is that? part of the fun of going out is getting ready.im not good at all with eyeshadow even though i love how it looks but even i wouldnt bother trying them.i would much rather experiment with different eyeshadows,experimenting is also part of the fun,even if you do look like a clown at the end of it:lol:
not my cup of tea im afraid
 

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I like the idea, my vision is not so good in one of my eyes, I never manage to get the same blending on both eyes! Bet its not that easy though.

Julie
 

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