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Peel off lip stain recipe fail?

Okay so my daughter recently found this recipe and wanted to try it so we did....the recipe said  just add small amount of food coloring to some glue, brush it on your lips, let dry and peel off. So that is what we did when we peeled the glue off it did indeed color your lips but here are a few things that make this a fail for us~
I have yet to find a way of the glue not  getting some how in your mouth. We did not apply much and it is non toxic(please only use non toxic lol) but still ended up tasting it. nasty
the peeling off can hurt it also left our lips dry and cracked. It did not look very attractive. We did try putting on some chap stick after but found that it took the color off.  
In the end it was fun to try and looks very cool while drying but I don't think we will be doing this often. 


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