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Bruises, Clowns, and Scotsmen all come gloriously to life in this rich, safe, non-toxic Blue Cream Makeup. Blend with other colors to create breathtakingly real bruises . Take the compact 1 oz. tube wherever you go!
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smears and streaks
from north alabama
Comments about Spirit Halloween Blue Cream Makeup:
weird consistancy, goes on thin and watery then suddenly dries into streaks and smears. when you try to redo a lighter spot it rubs off all the previous color. for some reason it colored the tiny hairs, moles, and my eyebrows darker than my skin. i added a little regular foundation and it was a bit better. unless it is just for a little kid i would recommend investing in a higher quality product. i was trying to do a galaxy make-up but it was very bad.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Guest Services Response:Thank you for your feedback. Whenever applying makeup we advised ensuring that you have a cleansed face. Also we recommend applying it evenly and as directed avoiding your eyes and mouth.
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Make sure to add water to the makeup before applying.
Isn't the best coverage if you are doing more than a little spot. Best thing to do is add water to the cream makeup to loosen it up a bit for a fuller coverage. Very easy to wipe off with water and a wash cloth. Does feel like dried paint once the makeup has dried.
(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)
By phil the dad
from Tx. USA
Used to match child avatar costume. Matched pretty well, didn't smear, drip or "bunch up" on the face. Must be kept away from eyes as it can lead to irritation if rubbed to the eyes accidentally. Good stuff.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
from Canton, IL
About Me Adventurous, Trendy
This paint made me the bluest Smurf and was a lot of fun!! So easy to remove, that I had no worries about my skin being stained.
(3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
Blue Cream Became Blue Man Group!
By Ronna Jarrod
from Santa Barbara CA
About Me Classic Style
We did a Blue Man Group skit with three guys wearing the paint on their faces and the back of their hands for about an hour. It was a weird shade of blue, and some of the guys didn't apply it as evenly, we used blue swim caps to cover their heads. It looked different as it dried on black vs white skin which didn't help. But the point was made, so it is good for a gag type skit, or Halloween, no where near the professional oil based foundtaion shiny blue used by the real Blue Man Group.