Proof of the human fascination with facial beauty has been found and to be dated as old as documented civilization itself. As early as 10,000 B.C., color palettes have been used in Egypt in the production of face and eye powders. Makeup was in full bloom in all of early Egyptian civilization; rouge and lip ‘ointments’ were essentials, particularly for the privileged few, although slaves even had the luxury of wearing eye makeup. Eyelash and eyebrow enhancers were used widely, thereby lending the ancient Egyptian the physical stereotype of that dark, painted-on look. The succeeding societies paled in comparison to what the Egyptians achieved in terms of cosmetics. In the 18th century, harmful chemicals such as arsenic and mercury were usually ingested to achieve a certain cosmetic effect, obviously with tragic results. This was just part of the gradual tapering off of the makeup culture until the boom of the twentieth century, when the outburst of freedom of expression and the wonders of technology gave rise to a renaissance of safe and affordable means of cosmetics. To say that the following list of tips is a crude distillation of all of those years of efforts is an understatement, but it may give you an idea of how privileged today’s women are when it comes to facial adornment. Today, the basics remain more or less the same as with the past, and hopefully the following tips would guide you in getting the most out of these rudimentary few cosmetic necessities.
Perfect makeup starts with foundation. It is the first and basic makeup layer applied to the face to enhance appearance or hide acne and blemishes.There are many different types on the market, each with its own finish and opacity. I have. It comes in many forms. B. In a spray can, with a gel-based consistency, in liquid or compact powder form. Applying foundation correctly can give your face an even and flawless look, giving it the impression that it looks natural rather than wearing makeup.
Foundations should meet the starting requirement of at least SPF 15, especially if used frequently. This is especially important in the summer, as the sun contributes at least 10% to the signs of premature aging of the skin.Antioxidant additives also help protect the skin from premature aging. If possible, also choose variants with pigments that reflect light. These give the skin the perfect glow and luminosity, distracting attention from areas of dark or yellowed spots. is. Choose formulas that do not contain irritants, especially if you have sensitive skin. B. Fragrance additives, chemical-based sunscreens, or alpha hydroxy acids. If you have mature and dry skin type, it’s rich and creamy because it contains emollient ingredients and antioxidants that increase your skin’s moisture levels and help protect your skin from excessive damage from the elements. It is best to use a variety.Those with oily skin are best to use non-oil-based formulas that contain oil absorbers that help keep the face glowing for a long time.No matter what kind of skin you have, normal skin It goes well with foundation. However, in principle, all skin types can be supplemented with an oil-free foundation.
Skin tone is also important when choosing a foundation type. Now this part gets tricky and it takes a few tries to get the perfect shade for your skin. Try shades one at a time and apply it to the inside of your wrists, not your face (as this can cause bacterial growth). Then walk around your wrist for about 15 minutes. This allows the application on the skin to absorb oil from the pores and outside air, darken, mix and compare the effect of the shades in different light conditions.Try looking at the shades under natural light