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Mineral makeup collection… for goths! (Get 40% off)

July 22, 2008 Leave a comment

Mineral makeup has been touted as being so good for your skin you can sleep in it. The critical thing is that it doesn’t do your skin any harm, sticks around on your face a long time (especially eyeshadow) and hasn’t been tested on animals.

Care Free Beauty have brought out a special mineral makeup range for gothic tastes… yep, there’s finally a tailor-made collection of goth mineral makeup!

The range includes goth pallor kits, dark and midnight (and strong blue and violent pink) eyeshadows, and we love it.

Get 40% of Goth Mineral Makeup

To celebrate the launch of their goth mineral makeup range, Care Free Beauty are offering a hefty 40% discount on anything in their store if you write a blog review!

All you have to do is write a review about their mineral makeup in your blog and link that blog entry to the Care Free Beauty homepage.  Then you get 40% off.

What a nice offer. Simple! Beneficial! A bit like mineral makeup!

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Eye tattooing… here’s mud in your eye!

April 10, 2008 1 comment

eye tattooJust when you think you can no longer be shocked by a body modification, along comes the eyeball tattoo. Yes, the eyeball tattoo. People really are getting their peepers tattooed in more or less the same way that you would get any other part of your body inked.

Along with two of his friends, Pauly Unstoppable and Josh, Shannon Larratt, founder and owner of body-modification website Bmezine.com, had the procedure done in August 2007. Although that sounds rather dangerous, Shannon is adamant it isn’t: “The eye is very resilient; you can put almost anything in it. Your eye actually is designed to be able to handle contaminants being there.”

And while researching the procedure he found documents dating back to the late 19th century, when it was first offered as a corrective surgery for people with poor sight, and then as a cosmetic practice to change the colour of the eye.

“It’s one of the oldest forms of tattooing,” says Shannon. “There are medical reports on it from that era that are all positive. They basically say it’s safer than regular tattooing. That’s one reason we felt fairly secure moving forward with this – we felt that if they could do it in 1900 and not have any problems then we should be able to do it now.”

15% off burlesque bathing beauty products at MoxieBeauty.co.uk!

April 10, 2008 Leave a comment

homemade bath productsGet 15% off any alternative beauty products from www.moxiebeauty.co.uk. They do handmade perfumes, bathbombs, beauty scrubs… all sorts of lovely things.

Put on your best velvet choker, visit their beautifully-presented site and see if there’s anything you like.

Just type in MOOKYCHICK as the online voucher code if you wish to order anything, and you’ll get 15% off.

It’s all inexpensive to start off with, so you could get yourself a rather mooky deal…

Love, the Mookychicks xxx