Time to Up Your Makeup Game.

The science behind makeup and its effects are well known, including the scientific fact that it is a great way to look young. Cosmetics are used by billions of people around the world to improve the appearance of their skin and hair. You may even be one of them.

Here’s the thing, though: you’re not only benefiting from makeup yourself; you’re also benefiting from other people who wear makeup and have better skin than you. So, if you want to become a better person, why not use your makeup skills to help others?

What makes it essential? There are many reasons why makeup impacts our feelings about ourselves and others. It can make us feel good about who we are (as long as we aren’t feeling bad). It can have a positive impact on self-esteem. It can make us look more attractive (mainly when applied well). It can even increase our confidence. And then there are those other benefits – such as being able to achieve goals that were previously impossible or receiving compliments – which only come with practice and experience.


Why Is It Essential To Have Good Makeup?

It’s been almost three years since I started wearing makeup. When I wore makeup, it was because someone (maybe my mom) said that they expected me to wear makeup or that it would make me more attractive or something like, “you’re a woman now, and you should wear makeup!” But after a while, the need to wear makeup became a part of my personality. It didn’t change anything about me but changed how I looked at myself. The thought of looking in the mirror used to make me feel nervous and uncomfortable — but now, whenever I look in the mirror, I feel like I am looking at myself for the first time ever. And not just because of how much more beautiful I look — there is also a significant side effect for women who want to look their best: looking good makes you feel good.

It makes you appear younger and healthier. Wearing make-up can help with wrinkles, reduce the possibility of skin cancer, and even prevent certain diseases such as heart disease or diabetes. Our research shows that people who use anti-ageing products regularly actually live longer than those who don’t use them regularly; and there is scientific evidence that women are more likely to live longer than men if they have made regular use of anti-ageing products (the reason being that our bodies are designed so that we are able to repair damaged cells). On top of this, we also have evidence suggesting that women generally have better skin tone when they put on the right kind of make-up (like bb creams).

It makes you feel great. Feeling confident about yourself makes you feel more satisfied with others around you. This may seem obvious (and indeed anyone who has worn something with bright colours knows this), but it is probably one of the most important reasons for wearing cosmetics. When other people see you wearing make-up, especially.

We all want to look good – but even more importantly, we want our makeup to look good! It keeps us confident and presentable and is a great way to make yourself look like you care about yourself. The right makeup can also make you feel better about yourself due to confidence or beauty. That’s why it’s so important to get the right makeup products! When you buy makeup products, you should always look at the ingredients list and make sure that they’re safe for you. If they aren’t safe for YOU (that is what every ingredient means – if they are harmful, they aren’t suitable), then don’t buy them! Here are some of the most common ingredients in our everyday makeup that we should be careful not to use:

Parabens:  Parabens are preservatives which have been found in many cosmetics products; however, there are no known long-term safety concerns with parabens in humans; however, some studies have shown that women with higher levels of parabens may have increased levels of endocrine-disrupting chemicals including di(2-Ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP).  Remember this when choosing a brand name from here on out!

Phthalates:  Phthalates are synthetic compounds which mimic estrogenic activity; therefore, they tend to act as endocrine disruptors in both animals and humans too; there has been a lot of controversy around phthalates such as DEHP and DBP – so remember that when choosing these types of cosmetics!


The Right Look for You

When it comes to your make-up, it’s all about the look. Yes, you can wear makeup for the sake of beauty. But you should also be taking care of your health, your personality and your mental well-being. The right look for you is also about how you feel about yourself. A beautiful face and a great mood are a combination that can only develop when people are comfortable with themselves.

If you’ve been paying attention to the marketing trends we discussed in the last few weeks, you might have noticed that most of them involve eyeshadow. The reason is simple: it’s a makeup trend, after all. The question is, though — what do you use it for?

We have a pretty good idea of what makeup is used for and that this knowledge is broadly shared among women (although many more men than women apply makeup). Despite its ubiquity and often unquestioned use, however, the products we use to create our makeup look very different from one another. For example;



• an everyday lipstick: It comes in bright colours (and shades), but because it has no natural pigment or pigmentation, it looks like a smeary mess on your lips. So to make it look like lipstick, you need to layer some thick liquid lip balm under the colour.

• A clear gloss: It looks perfect on your lips, but because there’s so slight pigmentation, you need an additional item (besides lip balm) to cover any shine-through.

• A gel liner: It gives you a nice even line, but because its brush is so thin and narrow that consistency is essential; if you don’t get the right amount of fluidity with each stroke, then your eyeliner will end up looking matted and smudgy like an old marker.

• A black eyeliner: Because black eyeliner is so lightweight and has no pigment to speak of, these tend to flake off if they aren’t applied carefully (remember those eyelid retracing tricks?). If they don’t flake off, your eyes will end up looking like people who were drunk when they were trying to take their contacts out of their eyes or worse still, like a zit on someone else’s face (the latter usually being worse).

The reason all these matters is that not only do we want our makeup products to give us good looks, but also we want them to be long-lasting and non-irritating — which means that we need good product ingredients such as hyaluronic acid(found in both lipsticks & eyeliners), collagen(found in skin care) & other reconstituting agents(located at the bottom of cream formulas).




  1. This is probably my favorite blog post. Very impressed with the technique mentioned here. Makeup posts are my favourite to read especially with so many tips.


  2. My favorite post! You explain things so well. I’m bookmarking and sharing this on my social media accounts. Thank you!


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