Coloring Outside The Lines: Crayola Releases Line Of Makeup

June 27, 2018

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I'm really digging the natural look.

In 'five year old me stomping around the house in my mom's high heels would be so excited' news, Crayola has recently released a line of makeup (all available from ASOS here) including a few mascaras, blushes, highlighters, eyeshadow, lip and face palletes, and over fifty shades of grey lip and cheek face crayons. Prices range from $15 - $40 and from what I gathered from watching a handful of early video reviews on Youtube (I am an investigative journalist after all), the makeup line is somewhat gimmicky, and comparable if not better quality products are available for cheaper. That's a shame, because I was half tempted to get a couple of the products for my wife. Granted she doesn't really wear makeup, but sometimes when she passes out from exhaustion I do encourage the kids to draw on her with Sharpies. "You don't have a wife." But if I did she would clearly be one lucky woman.

Keep going for a smattering of the products available I screencapped off the website.

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Thanks to Cam and K Diddie, who agree Sharpie and that Easter egg dying company Paas should follow suit.

  • Justin

    It is true that make-up makeups are never good quality. It is possible to damage the face skin. You can choose the bad thing when you understand it. The makeups of Crayola company have come to the new market, but I have heard that they are very good quality. To get some good quality writing services custom writings on this site you can also turn around. I am a writer of this site. Hopefully some good writing services will be available from this site.

  • nice post.

  • sizzlepants

    If there was ever a time to replicate Bowie's Ziggy Stardust lightning bolt...

  • Jenness

    Me: They look like using them might hurt your face.

    Also Me: https://images.designtrends...

  • Meh

    Yeah. No.

  • TheQiwiMan

    Cosmetics used to be designed to tap into and artificially enhance natural evolutionary visual signals of youth and fertility.

    Now I guess it's all about making clowns sexy.

    Kudos to Crayola for bringing us into this brave new era.

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