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June 24, 2014 / Posted by:

Hasbro’s Fresh ‘n Fancy, the you-make-it-yourself makeup from the magical world of glitter-embedded foolery known as the 80s!

The dented, water-damaged Payless shoebox in my head where I keep all of my memories doesn’t hold the names of some of my seconds cousins, but it does hold memories of all the “must have” Christmas toys of the 80s. That is why I punched my head when Dlisted reader Michele emailed me the other day and asked me if I remember a make-it-yourself make-up kit that Hasbro queefed out sometime in the 80s. I totally forgot about it until Michele slapped the memory into my head.

Hasbro put out the Fresh ‘n Fancy makeup kit sometime in the early 80s and because it was a precious, special jewel only meant to be enjoyed in the most magical decade of the century, they discontinued it before the 90s started. The Fresh ‘n Fancy makeup kit was exactly what it looks like: FANCY! With the Fresh ‘n Fancy makeup kit, kids could train to become a future Bonne Bell scientist/executive by making their own perfume scents and makeup colors. I don’t remember what the perfume smelled like, but a perfume scent made by a child sounds like an atomic bomb for your nostrils. My cousins probably pfft-ed at this shit, because all through the 80s they made their own lip stains using Vaseline and generic brand Kool-Aid. No, they were not in prison.

For the holiday season, Hasbro should definitely put out a re-worked version of the Fresh ‘n Fancy you-make-it-yourself makeup kit for today’s generation and by that I mean they should put out a Dirty ‘n Trashy you-make-it-yourself meth kit for kids.

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