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How To Make Candy Coating

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how to make candy coating – L'Oreal Paris

L'Oreal Paris Telescopic Explosion Mascara, Blackest Black, 0.27-Fluid Ounce
L'Oreal Paris Telescopic Explosion Mascara, Blackest Black, 0.27-Fluid Ounce
Want lush, out-to-there lashes? Telescopic explosion mascara reaches 100% of lashes from every angle for a dramatic, fanned out effect. The unique spherical brush lengthens, separates and adds volume to even tiny corner and lower lashes, transforming your look.

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How-to’s

Application:
Place brush at the base of lashes and gently sweep up to tip. Position brush vertically or horizontally to coat 100% of lashes, even hard-to-reach corner lashes!

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Sugar Rush

Sugar Rush
Warning: Many M&M’s were consumed during the shooting of this photo.

……and now I have a tummy ache. This still didn’t come out exactly as I had planned, and that sucked A LOT because each take, I was forced to eat the mouthful. Once they get slobbery, the M&M’s get real sticky and their candy coating starts to come off, staining everything they touch. So not only did I have a stained tongue, but I have stained fingers and hands. I really didn’t think this one through……

My original photo was sitting upright, but they kept sliding off my tongue. I actually needed Jason’s help placing them on my tongue for this one…and I’m still not thrilled with it, but I don’t feel well anymore so I don’t care!

The reason I originally wanted to do this was to talk about how Jason and I made homemade ice cream this weekend. It’s vanilla with Oreo’s and M&Ms mixed in, and it’s really yummy! Only, I don’t want anything to do with ANYTHING sweet right now. Just thinking about it makes me want to gag!!

I love sweets, but there IS such a thing as too much…and I’ve totally reached that point! :(

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How to make yourself sick

How to make yourself sick
A lucky child in the 1960s
Do you eat a bit of each one, or devour each one by one, do you save the contents of the egg for later, or eat it at the same time as well?
At this time of year it can become quite difficult in finding the best way of how to make yourself sick.
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For me at easter time, I would have liked a plain chocolate easter egg and its contents, but other than one luxury type (which was not in the adults budget), I had to accept the more sickly milk chocolate types – yes, I was a strange child