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This pink and purple make-up bag is perfect for any science girl! The cute design is a real image of silicon nitride, a material used to create solar cells. This was created by lovely scientist Gabrielle Bourret-Sicotte from the University of Oxford, a PhD student who is passionate about renewable...
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Peace, love, and hippuric acid! Feel the hippie love with this multicoloured make-up bag designed with a real image of hippuric acid under the microscope. The beautiful ombre colours are the result of crystals reflecting light! Created by undergraduate Confocal Microscopy Assistant Teresa Zgoda from the Rochester Institute of Science...
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Overdose on blue-toned colours with this zebra-patterned make-up bag. The colours and patterns are the result of Acetylcysteine reflecting light under a polarized microscope. Acetylcysteine is a drug used in the treatment of cystic fibrosis and paracetamol overdose. Design created by Matt Inman, a graphic designer working at Push Creative,...
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This turquoise make-up bag is the perfect travel essential for your next Caribbean holiday! The tranquil, tropical colours in this design are the result of urea crystals reflecting light under a polarized microscope. Created by Ingrid Parrington. Ingrid holds a BS (field: Neuroscience) from Central Michigan University, and DO from...
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This pastel pink make-up bag features a polarized light microscopy image of aspirin, which naturally comes from the leaves of a willow tree. The floral pattern created by the crystals under the microscope was a happy coincidence! Design created by Justin Zoll, an Ithaca-based photographer who has taken an interest...
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Strong girls, this make-up bag is for you! The pink and purple combination is the result of taurine and beta alanine under the microscope... chemicals used in energy drinks and protein powder. Perfect to add colour to your gym bag! Created by Matt Inman, a graphic designer working at Push...
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The perfect gift for wine-lovers, this multicoloured make-up bag features a microscopy image of tartaric acid, a chemical found naturally in grapes! The genius behind this design is Justin Zoll, a New York based photographer, microscopist and science enthusiast. FEATURES Design features: 100% real scientific image bright, vivid (long lasting)...
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The perfect gift for wine drinkers! This turquoise and pink make-up bag design features a microscopy image of potassium sorbate, a chemical compound which is found naturally in some berries and wines. Created by the Carol Roullard, an award-winning crystal artist from sunny California FEATURES Design features: 100% real scientific...
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If you like rhubarb and custards you will love this sweet make-up bag! The design features a real image of xylem vessels in a rhubarb stem - Xylem vessels are responsible for transporting water from the roots and leaves. Ideal gift for biologists and cosmetists! Created by our youngest scientist...
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Resembling a peacock pattern, this brightly coloured make-up bag features a microscopy image of skin stem cells. What is a stem cell? A starter cell in the body which can grow into any type of specific cell, such as a nerve cell, muscle, blood, bone and more. Scientists are studying...
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The ultimate geek chic treat! This cell biology based make-up bag features a microscopy image of real cells that have been stained to make them easy to view. This was designed by Claudio Lizarralde, an anatomical pathologist based at the General University Hospital of Elx in Valencia, Spain. Claudio analyses...
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Our blue and yellow spotted make-up bag features a real image of dentine from a tooth of a zebra. The disco neon colours are the result of the imaging process used by Professor Timothy Bromage from the New York University College of Dentistry, the wizard behind this design! The ideal beauty gift...
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Ever wondered what causes wrinkles? In our skin are elastin fibers and collagen, (what you see in the design of this make-up bag), and they are what keeps our skin smooth and supple. When we get older, our body is not as good as producing them, so less collagen =...
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This purple make-up bag features a design that looks like molten lava, but it is in fact an image of collagen fibres in the liver under the microscope! Collagen fibers are not just in our skin, but are found in tissue all over the body. What does collagen do? It...
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Our donut make-up bag is designed with an image of red blood cells under the microscope, the donut-shaped cells found in our blood! The design originates from super exciting research by Dr. Jacob Brubert from the University of Cambridge, who is inventing new prosthetic heart valves. In this image he...
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This electric blue make-up bag features Crystal Violet under the microscope. Crystal Violet is a special dye used by forensic scientists to stain fingerprints in order to make them visible. After being dried on a microscope slide, it has formed a jagged blue pattern, inspiring its poisonous name 'Cyanide'. Perfect...
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The science behind make-up: this raspberry pink make-up bag is designed with a microscopy image of elastin fibers which is what makes our skin youthful and springy! Our bestseller is the perfect travel bag to store your make-up, or anti-ageing creams! Created by the talented histologist Kambra Johnson FEATURES Design...
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Reminiscent of the colourful 80s style, our retro make-up bag is designed with a polarized microscopy image of sulfur. While sulfur (also spelt sulphur) is naturally yellow, polarizing light reflects rainbow colours from its crystals. The perfect place to store your party make-up! Created by Ingrid Parrington, a creative microscopist...
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This trippy make-up bag with unicorn colours is designed with an image of liquid crystals under the microscope. Liquid crystals are special chemicals where the atoms are ordered, but still flow and move like liquid. They reflect light really well, which is why they are found in our iPhone and...
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This tropical style make-up bag is designed with an image of citric acid captured with a polarized light microscope. You can find citric acid in ice tea, lime tarts, Coca Cola and of course on our make-up bags :) Created by Ingrid Parrington: Ingrid holds a BS (field: Neuroscience) from...
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This pineapple make-up bag is not your ordinary Hawaiian design. The colourful pineapples are cut-outs of an image of liquid crystals captured under the microscope. Take on your next beach holiday: with a waterproof inner lining, this bag is perfect for topping up your make-up and sunscreen poolside! Created by...
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Our Flamingo make-up bag is designed with an image of citric acid under a polarized light microscope! The candy pink colours are the result of polarized light reflecting from the crystals in the acid, which are found in citrus fruits like lemons and oranges. This bag was designed by wonder-microscopist...
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This disco blue make-up bag is designed with an image of cholesteric liquid crystals. Wait what?! Cholesteric liquid crystals are chemicals where the molecules can organise into helical structures, like the shape of DNA for example. You can see the crazy structures they form in this kaleidoscopic image; who needs...
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