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My New Pink Button - Audry
My New Pink Button (tm) is a temporary dye to restore the youthful pink color back to your labia. There is no other product like it. This patent pending formula was designed by a female certified Paramedical Esthetician after she discovered her own genital color loss. While looking online for a solution she discovered thousands of other women asking the same questions regarding their color loss. After countless searches revealing no solution available and a discussion with her own gynecologist she decided to create her own. Now there is a solution!
Audrey - For the woman that loves to be daring, we bring you "Audrey"! This is the deepest, darkest color that we offer to give you a bold burgundy pink color. Perfect for everyone, and your own base color will determine the depth of this shade. Tonight its Show time!!
Dye System Kit includes 20 disposable applicators, mixing dish, labia colorant dye and instructional guide.
Our Products are Never Tested on Animals, but it will bring out the Animal in You!
Easy to use - applies in just one minute - and your pink is back!
20 applications per bottle
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81 of 85 found the following review helpful:
Two questions:Jun 14, 2011
By Harris Elleberg
First, does it work on other areas downtown, or is this really a ladies-only product? I'm not saying I need it repackaged in a "My New Balloon Knot" tin, I'm just curious if it works, chemically.
Second, what is the brightest color they make? Somehow, I suspect "Audry" is pretty refined. Classy. I'm looking more for something more along the lines of "Enraged Baboon" or "Fleet Week."
Thanks in advance for any guidance.
38 of 41 found the following review helpful:
Wonderful wonderful day!Jan 31, 2012
By Rachel Parris
I thank all my stars that someone has finally seen fit to end the torment that my labia cause me! I'm quite young so the dreaded greying hasn't yet taken effect but heaven knows, there's no such thing as Too Early to Start Dying Your Labia! My boyfriend has often expressed a wish that I had iridescent rainbow labia like a pixie or resembling David Bowie in Labrynth. Please, please, MNPB, produce a dye to make this possible! My sex life is wilting while my genitals remain human-colour. Thankyou so much though, for this small step in the right direction! Women certainly need all the help they can get!
51 of 58 found the following review helpful:
Back To The Foof-tureFeb 01, 2012
By Disgruntled Dancer
It's a little known fact that as Emily Wilding Davison threw herself under the King's horse during the 1913 Derby her last words were, "I hope that sometime in the next 100 years, someone introduces a product that makes a woman's labia pinker. That's really what I'm doing all this for." Obviously, as the last breaths were kicked from her body she reflected that she lived in black-and-white times and would never know what a coloured labia looked like. As she was greeted by St Peter at the Pearly Gates she smiled to herself, though, thinking that at least she didn't live in Sepia times when a woman's front bottom looked jaundiced or, even worse, like Bart Simpson's mouth while he was being strangled.
Now though, dangerously close to her prophesied 100 year deadline, there's a product available to buy via Amazon (and probably other reputable sellers) than can put the colour back into your foof.
Called "My New Pink Button" (no, it really is), it's a dye kit for your tuppence that brings it the kind of healthy shine that Barry Scott can only dream of when he holds a penny in some Cillit Bang. I can only imagine that the idea for this came as a bored inventor, out in his shed, was idly doodling on a porn mag with a pink highlighter pen. As he started down at the comically highlighted lady garden he had a lightbulb moment and thought , "hey, I could put this in a tub with a few brushes and ladies can paint their vajingles a healthy shade of pink."
Which is all well and good, but think of all the men who've been caught cheating because of lipstick on their collar. Imagine a scene where a couple are about to engage in the horizontal mambo and the lady spots that her partner's pee-pee is sporting a new shade of pink. Try explaining that away by saying you must have brushed against someone in a pub. It just wouldn't wash. And, probably doesn't.
But hey, it's what Emily wanted all those years ago. She was fighting for a world in which women spruce up their felicities using paint they've bought off of the internet.
I'm just hoping that a male equivalent released at some point. I'd love to paint my willy to look like a lighthouse.
33 of 39 found the following review helpful:
IT BURNSJan 31, 2012
I tried this with a lady-friend as a bit of a joke.
Unfortunately, when we opened the tin, we were blinded by what can best be described as celestial luminance. I have lost sight in both eyes, and I think the tin has gained sentience. Judging by the sound of things, it has killed the cat and taken its place.
I'm certain we are next. I pray that it kills me first.
Pros: Most memorable night ever.
Cons: Alien parasites growing in my torso.
2 of 7 found the following review helpful:
It smells fishySep 19, 2012
By Evil Smurf
I dyed my facial hair with this. It smells fishy. Seriously don't buy this I think mine was used! Although, with hot pink hair I now attract birds for some explicit reason.