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How to Fake Pink Eye?

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To fake pink eye just get any kind of hair gel or something clear. Also get some pink lipstick or eyeliner or something not sparkly. Then rub the gel up close to your eyelid and on the bottom of your eyelid close to your eye.
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It is not a good thing to fake pink eye. When you have pink eye, your eye is really itchy. It becomes really red and sometimes you will get mucus that comes out of it.
To fake Pink Eye (or Conjunctivitis) would be very simple. Because Pink Eye is a bacterial eye infection consisting of burning, bloodshot, watery eyes, then rubbing them agressively would mimic the symptoms temporarily. But be sure to wash your hands well beforehand because you just might end up with the real thing!
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1 Place a small amount of soap or shampoo directly under your eye. Rub for at least one minute until your eye feels irritated and it turns pink. Make sure to use unscented shampoo
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Rub your eye with your hand till it becomes irritated and red. When they ask if you woke up with a crusty eye say yes. These are the symptoms of pink eye: wake with crusty in morning
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