An update (of sorts) on the recent Doe Deere Lies disappearance.
Do you have any idea what happened to Doe Deere Lies? The site is down, her email is invalid now and the twitter feed is empty!
No proof, but the evidence shows nothing “official” happened. Twitter, Pinterest, and Tumblr didn’t suddenly simultaneously delete Doe Deere Lies late wednesday…
Her ID was xbellaxlatinax, but it looks like she’s closed her account since it was featured here.
Today Glam Eyez posted that she was not selling the neon pigment any more due to one reaction. She came to the agreement with the owner of true beauty 411 to stop selling if she took all her pictures down. I would say that is a small victory of getting that unsafe product off the market.
It is a small victory, however, Carelis of course takes it upon herself to blame others.
Rather than apologize for using unsafe ingredients in her shadows like a decent company owner, Carelis would rather claim it’s someone else’s fault that they had an allergic reaction.
She doesn’t even stop selling it because it’s dangerous, no, she stops selling it to avoid other ‘problems’. How dare someone try to stop other people having reactions to Glam Eyez products? How dare she care about others and their well-being? Well someone’s got to, because Glam Eyez doesn’t.
Yeah, I will probably do that, thanks. :)
Started a petition to help try to get glam eyez shut down!
Hmm… I knew that a petition wouldn’t get Carelis to change her ways, but I didn’t expect her to bully the maker into closing it so quickly.
Of course, the woven hoop ear rings are not exclusive to I-Candy Couture, although they claim to have created their own design in the ’Twisted Woven Hoops’.
However, I have absolutely no doubt that Glam Eyez copied the idea from them, because most, if not everything on Glam Eyez is copied from either I-Candy Couture or Bitch Slap (more on this in another post).
It is finally up, after Glam Eyez called me out, (Amie), the person who had the serious reaction ( Breanna) has finally made her video. She said enough is enough and made the video with new reaction photo at the end.!
As you can see, Breanna has a reaction to the product, which she confirms is soap dye. I had my suspicions but obviously you can’t tell from a photograph, and Carelis claimed it wasn’t neon. But once again she was lying.
A little pop quiz before you go:
What did Carelis do when she found out that the eye shadow which is unsafe for use around the eyes gave a customer an allergic reaction?
a. Apologised profusely, offered to refund the customer, and instantly recalled and discontinued* or reformulated** the product.
Of course, a half-decent (but still learning) business would do a. And naturally, Carelis did b.
A decent company wouldn’t use soap dye in an eye product.
* More on this in an upcoming post.
** Reformulating would mean that formulation happened in the first place. But we all know that most, if not all (definitely all eye products), are repackaged.
I knew they would be, which is why I downloaded them. They’re too long to upload on here but I will try to find a video host so I can get them back up.
You’re welcome. I’ve wasted money on repackaged make up before (not from Glam Eyez) and I wish I had read a blog like this before I decided to part with my cash.
Zora Cosmetics is selling what very clearly looks to be neon eyeshadows (see for yourself). Remember that in the US, the FDA has NOT approved any fluorescent (aka neon aka UV-reactive) pigments for eye use.
Then I noticed this post on their facebook page where the owner tells people off for…