The Licked Hand - Urban Legends

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ur·ban leg·end

ˈərbən ˈlejənd/

Noun - A humorous or horrific story or piece of information circulated as though true, especially one purporting to involve someone vaguely related or known to the teller.

This years Halloween collection is inspired by some of our favorite urban legends. Are they real? Is there truth to them? You decide. What is your favorite urban legend?

Thanks to this urban legend I would never sleep with a body part hanging off the side of the bed! As the story goes  a young girl is home alone for the first time with only her dog for company. Listening to the news, she hears of a killer on the loose. Terrified, she locks all the doors and windows and goes to bed, taking her dog to her room with her and letting it sleep under her bed. She wakes in the night to hear a dripping sound coming from the bathroom. The dripping noise frightens her, but she is too scared to get out of bed and find out what it is. To reassure herself, she reaches a hand toward the floor for the dog and is rewarded by a reassuring lick on her hand. She lies awake listening to the dripping sound. Each time she feels frightened, she reaches for the dog on the floor and feels a lick on her hand. Eventually she falls asleep. The next morning when she wakes, she goes to the bathroom for a drink of water only to find her dead, mutilated dog hanging in the shower with his blood slowly dripping onto the tiles. On the shower wall, written in the dog's blood, are the words "HUMANS CAN LICK, TOO."

The Licked Hand - Light orchid with aqua/green sheen, silver and blue mica based glitter.

Full size: 5g jar with sifter and special lid art; petite 3g jar with no sifter and standard Darling Girl labelling.

Approved for use on: Eyes|Face.

Ingredients: Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Magnesium Stearate, Silica, Carnauba Wax. May also contain: Ultramarines), Kaolin Clay, Carmine, Red 40, Magnesium Myristate, Calcium Sodium Borosilicate, Ferric Ferrocyanide. 

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ur·ban leg·end

ˈərbən ˈlejənd/

Noun - A humorous or horrific story or piece of information circulated as though true, especially one purporting to involve someone vaguely related or known to the teller.

This years Halloween collection is inspired by some of our favorite urban legends. Are they real? Is there truth to them? You decide. What is your favorite urban legend?

Thanks to this urban legend I would never sleep with a body part hanging off the side of the bed! As the story goes  a young girl is home alone for the first time with only her dog for company. Listening to the news, she hears of a killer on the loose. Terrified, she locks all the doors and windows and goes to bed, taking her dog to her room with her and letting it sleep under her bed. She wakes in the night to hear a dripping sound coming from the bathroom. The dripping noise frightens her, but she is too scared to get out of bed and find out what it is. To reassure herself, she reaches a hand toward the floor for the dog and is rewarded by a reassuring lick on her hand. She lies awake listening to the dripping sound. Each time she feels frightened, she reaches for the dog on the floor and feels a lick on her hand. Eventually she falls asleep. The next morning when she wakes, she goes to the bathroom for a drink of water only to find her dead, mutilated dog hanging in the shower with his blood slowly dripping onto the tiles. On the shower wall, written in the dog's blood, are the words "HUMANS CAN LICK, TOO."

The Licked Hand - Light orchid with aqua/green sheen, silver and blue mica based glitter.

Full size: 5g jar with sifter and special lid art; petite 3g jar with no sifter and standard Darling Girl labelling.

Approved for use on: Eyes|Face.

Ingredients: Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Magnesium Stearate, Silica, Carnauba Wax. May also contain: Ultramarines), Kaolin Clay, Carmine, Red 40, Magnesium Myristate, Calcium Sodium Borosilicate, Ferric Ferrocyanide. 

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