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« Reply #120 on: July 02, 2006 08:54:42 PM »

heres another recipe!

  1 tablespoon unflavored gelatin
  1 1/2 tablespoons milk

Mix two ingredients and microwave for 10 seconds to slightly warm. Using a clean cosmetic brush, apply to nose and chin area. Avoid delicate eye area. Rinse brush immediately. Allow mixture on nose and chin to dry for 10-15 minutes. Mixture will dry quite stiff and form a "stiff film." Peel off the film and stare at all the little porcupine quills that used to be in your nose pores.
I was going to suggest this ^^
My friend and I made it... we are big fans of making home-made face-masks etc. Some of our creations have been terrible, to say the least.
I don't really remember it much, except it smelt dreadful. Really vile, but peeling it off was fun!

I'm a huge supporter of peel-off face masks etc. I always did the whole glue-on-the-hands thing when I was a kid. I have no idea why I like it so much, but damn it's fun! Peel-off face-masks give me the same kind of thrill  Cheesy

I don't know what Elmers Glue is (I don't think we have it in NZ) but if it's used in schools, it won't be that harmful. Considering how many kids who eat it and all, having toxic glue would be a really stupid idea in a school.
« Reply #121 on: July 04, 2006 01:33:50 AM »

I just tried this. I "steamed" my face over a sink of hot water to open up my pores, then smeared Elmer's glue on. It sort of worked, but not really. It made my blackheads less noticeable, but there were still the tell-tale large pores. I guess what I mean is that it didn't remove the little suckers. Oh well, it's a temporary fix I guess.

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« Reply #122 on: July 04, 2006 08:36:41 PM »

i dont know if this has been posted buttttttt....take a shower, this opens your pores(esp. hot ones) then do the masking tape, it removes the dead skin, then do the glue, this now sticks better to youer skin and better to the pores because theyre bigger.


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« Reply #123 on: July 04, 2006 10:38:11 PM »

Skinvac baybee!  I love that clothe.  You just rub it wet over your cleansed skinn and it takes off white heads elfoliates and removed black head.  I use it in the shower to remove my white/v=black heads once a week,.

Then  I wash it in mild detergent/

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« Reply #124 on: July 10, 2006 01:49:38 PM »

hmmm...this might be worth a try...my kids will love Mami putting glue on her nose. Lets hope they dont put it UP their nose.

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« Reply #125 on: June 27, 2007 08:14:06 AM »

Lol ... well, I just had to try this didn't I? Didn't have Elmer's glue so tried another white glue *acid free, Neutral pH, great for memory books* ... lol.

The only problem I had was that it didn't really peel off as easyil as I remembered so I was a little panicked for a moment there but then it slowly started to lift when I rubbed hard ... might have to trry a different brand. Then I put listerene on the problem spots like I read somewhere else (hey, why not try ALL the home rememdies at once??) ... we'll see how it goes.

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« Reply #126 on: June 29, 2007 02:04:53 AM »

I love that there are this many people putting glue on their noses.

I have some on right now, I hope it works!  Lips sealed
« Reply #127 on: June 29, 2007 08:34:51 PM »

I think I win for the lameness factor - not only did I sit around at my computer with glue on my nose, I did it at 4:30am. We don't have Elmer's here so I just used the PVA glue to hand (without steaming my pores beforehand or anything) which happened to be Art Attack own brand. It didn't work this time but I won't pretend I didn't enjoy it.

And oops - when I was putting it on, it got accidently smeared all over my hand. Well darn.

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« Reply #128 on: January 27, 2008 09:57:24 PM »

so today i was too lazy to wash my face so i put glue on my face hahahahahahahahahahahahaha

oh my squash!
« Reply #129 on: January 28, 2008 08:03:28 PM »

So I tried this.  It didn't get rid of any blackheads (that I noticed) but it did make my nose amazingly smooth.  Maybe tomorrow I'll do my entire face.

I really enjoyed scrunching my nose up and pretending I was made of plastic.  I ran around the house, arms outstretched like a zombie, yelling "I'M NOT REALLLLLL!"

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