Crayola: “Our Products Are For Your Hands, Not Your Eyes.”

By May 21, 2015

I can’t believe I even have to say this, but if someone has ever told you “using Crayola colored pencils as eyeliner is perfectly okay,” they are WRONG, WRONG, WRONG.

According to Time, beauty bloggers have been giving out the “Crayola pencils as eyeliner” pro-tip for ages, saying because they’re nontoxic, they’re completely safe to use on your eyes and Crayola’s had enough — as evidenced in their FAQ section of their official website:

crayolaFAQCome on, makeup lovers — I know that the tools of the beauty trade can be quite expensive, but so are lawsuits…and your eyesight.

Just say no.

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Cricket Lee
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  • Jane Keating

    I have never heard of people using Crayola as make up, Do people seriously do this? 😛

  • tommymadden3

    Surely its pretty common for kids to play with them as if they were makeup. They should change their ingredients to make them suitable for skin.