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Manic Panic Makeup - Goth White Cream Powder


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  • Product Description

    Turn up your Cure record, sing along to Siouxsie and the Banshees, and break out the black eyeliner—because once you try our silky smooth Manic Panic goth white foundation, you’ll never go back. A perfect product for anyone dipping their toes in the goth subculture, this foundation is the key to acquiring a perfect pale pallor without turning into Queen of the Dead—you know, unless that’s your thing.

    Keep Your Complexion Flawless & Your Colors Bright

    Manic Panic goth white cream powder is the ideal combination of foundation and powder and it’s as versatile as they come. Not only will this cream act as a concealer, but it’s also the perfect base for making your brightly colored makeup truly pop. Just a little bit goes a long way, and it stays silky all throughout the day, with no creasing or caking.

    Guilt-Free & Portable

    Because Manic Panic products are always vegan, you can rock your new signature style completely guilt-free, and while this compact has a separate container for your powder puff, it’s still small enough to fit in your purse or even in your back pocket.

    Get Yours at Merch2Rock Today!

    Whether you plan to go thick for the a more pronounced goth vibe, or you plan to keep it thin for a more natural feel, Manic Panic goth white foundation is sure to deliver consistent beauty. Try it out for yourself today by shopping at Merch2Rock!

    -   Manic Panic Cream Foundation / Powder
    -   Lily / Goth White Color
    -   Applies like a cream, looks like a powder
    -   Doubles as base under eye shadows
    -   Comes packaged in elegant black chiffon pouch

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    1. manic panic goth white

      I really do like this product. It's vegan, it's a true white and it definitely blends well. I'd recommend using a brush, not a sponge to apply it, then REALLY buff it into your skin. The makeup tends to slip and slide and kinda comes like a Halloween face paint, which is the downside. But if you set it with a powder of sorts, it's a lot less slimy. But though I don't like the consistency, it's both cruelty-free and milk white. So is recommend it. on 24th Aug 2015