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“Grain with no pain”

published 19/03/2004

AdvantagesIt does what it says on the box!

DisadvantagesNeeds a top coat of varnish

...all manner of colour effects! The wood effects include beech, maple, oak, pine and mahogany. Then come the colours, which include blue, ivory, jade, spring green and pacific blue. I chose Pacific Blue and parted with £14.98. What it says on the box: -------------------------------- Paint & Grain is a quick and easy way of transforming virtually any interior surface into an attractive grain...

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Advantagesfun way to learn about colours and mixing them


.... *****Mr Colour Maker***** The toy was in a yellow open box so you can immediately see a happy little paint pot staring at you in the shops. The paint pot is nearly 5 inches high and 5 inches across. The paint pot is white, with a smiley little face and colours around the rim (purple, pink, red, orange, yellow, green, blue). It has a little lid with an open gap to allow the paint brush to hang out...

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Advantageslovely colours, reasonable lasting time, doesn't dry lips out, good value

DisadvantagesI don't think it's as moisturising as it claims.

...= = = = = = = The Product = = = = = = = The product I am reviewing is Moisturising Lip Paint by Barry M. I use various lipsticks already; how-ever I recently decided to browse the lipsticks in the Barry M range as I don't have any of their lipsticks but plenty of other products in their range such as lip gloss, eye shadow, nail paint and eyeliner. I always tend to go for lighter coloured...

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