home made USB lipstick

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    Removed lipstick, cleaned out remaining plastic pieces. Mixed up some J-B Weld, squished it down in the body. Took the guts from a thumbdrive and shoved it down into the J-B Weld. Added a little more around the edges, leveled it, cleaned up any smudges or drips. After it all set up, about 24 hours because it was below freezing in our apartment (don't ask). then i painted the top with some nail polish to make it look like some lipstick (kinda).

    janeylicious, CzechR, corrosiveheart, and 4 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. foto fledgling 65 months ago | reply

      gotta get me some of that!

    2. nirbhao 64 months ago | reply

      well done. now be prepared for mass merchandise

    3. Divine Harvester 64 months ago | reply

      :)
      i've no time for that!
      Plus, i gave it to the only customer I really care about...
      Anyone else wanting one can make their own!!

    4. piramíde alrevés 64 months ago | reply

      genius!

      deff will try to make my own haa

    5. bloody.moonshine 60 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called the Lips group, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    6. YaNoMAs: pics 59 months ago | reply

      hah! excelsior

    7. th_c_u 45 months ago | reply

      how'd you take the plastic pieces out? I'm struggling with that

    8. Divine Harvester 45 months ago | reply

      Needle nose pliers. Sometimes you have to twist while pulling.

    9. snowyk8 38 months ago | reply

      i'm trying to make this and i've got the exact same lipstick casing, but once i pulled all the plastic out, the lid doesn't stay on securely. i left the clear plastic ring on it, but it still doesn't fit. did you have this issue or know how i could fix it?

    10. Divine Harvester 38 months ago | reply

      Does the plastic ring still have the little bump that clicks into the lid? I didn't have any issue. I just yanked the insides out and the ring didn't come loose or anything.

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