QR Code Eye Shadow – Book of Shadows IV

Eye Shadow set Urban Decay Book Of Shadows IV includes QR Codes that link to makeup videos and it includes a tiny speaker for the phone!

From their site:

Limited Edition Urban Decay Book Of Shadows IV

A mirrored compact of 16 eye shadows, including 10 new shades and “QR” codes that let you use your phone to access Urban Decay’s exclusive how-to videos.
What it does:
This much-awaited collection of 16 eye shadows includes never-boring neutrals, provocative hits of shimmer and vibrant hues, as well as a Book of Shadows first—a portable speaker and how-to videos that reveal Urban Decay’s five newest looks. All you need is a phone with a camera and a web browser to scan their QR (quick response) codes and instantly download videos. Pick your look, scan the corresponding QR code, plug your smart phone into the speaker, and drop your phone in the cradle. Then, open the drawer of shadows and recreate the look right along with the how-to video. This kit also include a 24/7 Waterproof Liquid Eyeliner, a travel-size Eyeshadow Primer Potion, and a travel-size Supercurl Curling Mascara.”

Source: Photos and article – The Daring Librarian; Product link – Amazon.com

3 thoughts on “QR Code Eye Shadow – Book of Shadows IV”

  1. Just curious, though I’m flattered you’ve taken several of my blog posts to re-post on your blog (at least you gave me credit! LOL) Do you have any blog postings you’ve written yourself or are they all curated or gathered from the interwebs?
    ~Gwyneth Jones
    The Daring Librarian

    1. Greetings;

      90% or more of my posts are curated posts about artistic and creative uses of QR Codes. Check out the Resources menu for articles I have written, such as Multiple QR Code Generator, or QR Code URLs or Qr Code Fun, my own PHP QR Code Generator that links to Zazzle products. Most of mine are boring, so I search the web looking for Creative or Artistic QR Codes. I hope to give Artists and Creative people ideas for using QR Code in the real world in places and ways they never thought possible. I will be adding your post to My Favorites category.

      On another subject, now that electronic books are main stream, our library checks them out using Amazon, what do you think of the future of the library? Our local library is adding more computer stations and electronic books. Wouldn’t it be nice if readers could leave comments and additions to an ebook, similar to Amazon reviews. Besides adding more computers I think libraries also need to add more book discussion groups, interactive group activities and more to have the patrons interact with each other using the knowledge and joy received from reading. What do you think of Facetime or Skype book discussion groups, moderated and directed by the local librarian.

      Jim Dhaem – QRCArtist

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