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Purple Cream Makeup

$2.49 - In Stock Item# 00119586
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Make Up Tips
Brush on this rich, non-toxic Purple Cream Makeup for fairy, mermaid, or superhero highlights; or mix it with red or black or blue and lather it on to create frightful ghoul masks or accident victim bruises. Spice it up with Purple Glitter and “set” the look with Translucent Powder.
  • Deep, rich purple color
  • 1 oz tube
  • Remove with soap and water
  • Safe and non-toxic
  • Ingredients: WATER, STEARIC ACID, GLYCERYL STEARATE,PROPYLENE GLYCOL, PARAFFIN, POLYVINYL ALCOHOL, TRIETHANOLAMINE, CETEARYL ALCOHOL, CETEARETH-20, IMIDAZOLIDINYL UREA, PHENOXYETHANOL, METHYLPARABEN, POLYACRYLIC ACID, IRON OXIDES (CI 77499), RED 7 CI 15850:1), ULTRAMARINES
  • Character suggestions:
    • Black eyes: Use purple with blue to create "ring" around eye
    • Spider Princess: Use black and purple to create dimensional web designs on cheeks
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Don't Buy.... Just Don't

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    • Poor Quality
    • Stains Skin

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      Comments about Spirit Halloween Purple Cream Makeup:

      I purchased this product, it being my last chance to not look like I was snearing grape jelly all over myself for a Purple Guy (FNAF) costume on Halloween. I chose wrong.

      First of all, when I think of cream make up, the first thing that comes to mind certainly isn't cream cheese. That was the consistency of this product. Refrigerated cream cheese. It dried faster than I could actually put it where I needed to, so trying to make a thin layer was nearly impossible.

      Secondly, the skin staining. Oh my god the skin staining. Now, I knew this was going to stain my pastey white skin, but this was horrible. Anywhere that got a heavy coat (which was pretty much everywhere applied) was stained a deep purplish red, giving the appearance that someone had beaten me. Places that I managed a thin layer stain skin rash red. You know the red I'm talking about.

      • Was this a gift?:
      • No

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