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Ole blue eye

Yesterday my Mum gave me a tiny trial size liquid eyeliner in bright peacock bue - it was part of a free gift from Boots No.7.
This morning I decided, before I washed my face, to give it a quick try just on one eye - have a look at the effect. Bit bold, but quite festive. Then I washed my face. Looked in the mirror. Still one blue/green swoosh over one eye. Tried Liz Earle eye makeup remover. Then Clinique. Then Vaseline. Then I read the tube. 'Stay Perfect' (or words ot that effect). I'm stuck with the remnants over one eye. How do you get the berludy stuff off? I look like a crazy woman. I don't even want it on now, so am loathe to do the other one, and all the faff to get it off again... Sigh... I've got a rare night out tonight, was going to go for the sultry smoky eyes look. Now I'll just have to go for Circus Troupe sparkle. Sigh again...

Posted at 10th Dec 2008 - 10:41AM   Posted by KittyB   Ole blue eye Comments: 19

Westerwitch's Avatar Nah you're making it up (get it making it . . . oh never mind) - want to see proof . . . snigger . . .

Posted by: Westerwitch on 10th Dec 2008 at 10:59AM

I'm sorry but you have made me laugh Laughing, dog's looking at me with a worried expression

Posted by: Pili Pala on 10th Dec 2008 at 11:26AM

Patsy's Avatar Oh my gosh..I've got that stuff too...I can never resist a freebie!
But I haven't tried it yet and now I don't think I will!

Posted by: Patsy on 10th Dec 2008 at 11:28AM

ChrisH's Avatar It's a cunning ploy to give the rest of us a chance against your gorgeousity!

Posted by: ChrisH on 10th Dec 2008 at 11:33AM

Exmoorjane's Avatar Heck, can't exactly scrub your eyes. But can't you put the smokey stuff over the blue (maybe balance up the other eye first)? Then you'll get the odd glimpse of glimmer. Hopeful me!

Posted by: Exmoorjane on 10th Dec 2008 at 11:56AM

Cait's Avatar LaughingLaughingLaughing

Posted by: Cait on 10th Dec 2008 at 12:01PM

Pipany's Avatar Oops!!!!! Very Happy

Posted by: Pipany on 10th Dec 2008 at 12:12PM

Milla's Avatar as the irritating one in The Simpsons would say HA HA!

Posted by: Milla on 10th Dec 2008 at 12:25PM

Exmoorjane's Avatar Pointing nastily.......Very Happy

Posted by: Exmoorjane on 10th Dec 2008 at 12:26PM

Ivy's Avatar Get some oil from the kitchen (almond if you happen to have it but any other seed oil will do even olive) put it on some cotton wool and wipe your eyelids it should come off.

Posted by: Ivy on 10th Dec 2008 at 01:12PM

KittyB's Avatar Thanks Ivy - a ray of helpfulness amongst the mirth (grrr Milla) I will have a go with some olive oil. But failing that, Jane's suggestion of the smoky graphite bunged over the top with have to be the way forward. Thankfully it's only the staff and govenors' Christmas meal at the local pub, nobody to impress. They all think I'm crackers anyway. At the last meeting I chaired I hurried everyone up at 9.30pm with the words, 'come on, make it brief, stop waffling, it's bedtime.' They looked at me with some surprise/derision etc...

Posted by: KittyB on 10th Dec 2008 at 01:36PM

Pondside's Avatar Like Ivy, I'd suggest the oil or some good face cream, but don't use cotton wool or tissue, be sure to use a wash cloth. I've ........a similar experience and can declare that real cloth seemed to do the trick.Embarassed

Posted by: Pondside on 10th Dec 2008 at 03:19PM

KittyB's Avatar I've just been to school to pick up H and Kind Lucy peered at me and said 'oh, I see it's still there, then.' Ah. Off for a hot bath, some cleansing oil and that washcloth - good advice, Pondside!

Now come on, Pondie - share the shame!

Posted by: KittyB on 10th Dec 2008 at 05:25PM

Exmoorjane's Avatar Face clothes and scrubbing would do it but eeek, on sensitive eye area. So carefully. Steady with the oil or you won't be able to keep any make up on top afterwards - it will all slide off.
But hey, it's a night out! Go, enjoy! You will look gorgeous whatever.....

Posted by: Exmoorjane on 10th Dec 2008 at 05:37PM

Exmoorjane's Avatar Hmm, have you tried toner? Know that sounds funny but I've got some that is like acid wash.....takes off anything.

Posted by: Exmoorjane on 10th Dec 2008 at 05:38PM

What about putting an ice cube on it first and then wiping off with cotton wool dipped in warm water? Good luck and have a good night out.

Posted by: Blogthatmama on 10th Dec 2008 at 05:42PM

LaughingLaughingI'm sure it hasn't diminished your gorgeousity (great word Chris) one jot. I seem to remember in the 70's there was something that you had to almost peel off. It stuck like glue, but once you managed to raise a corner it lifted off quite easily. I've got some Helena Rubenstein remover, which I swear would strip paint, but it's not really much good to you considering you're down there and I'm up hereRolling Eyes

Posted by: @themill on 10th Dec 2008 at 05:52PM

Patsy's Avatar Hmmm beauty advice from you @TM?
You who appears to need surgical intervention to get the hair curlers off your head? You've never been seen without them!
And do pull your stockings up missus, they are all wrinkled round your ankles! Rolling Eyes

Posted by: Patsy on 10th Dec 2008 at 07:25PM

Camilla's Avatar Hi Kitty,

Have you tried the blue tub of NIVEA, this gets rid of most cosmetics. Just rub away gently with some on tissue, should do the trick.

Posted by: Camilla on 11th Dec 2008 at 01:54AM

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