Four Things You Should Know About Makeup Dos And Don'ts :) by nadine mcroberts - Musely
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Four Things You Should Know About Makeup Dos And Don'ts :)

posted in Beauty > Makeup
07/16/2014
  • Don't sleep with Mascara on. It can flake into your eyes while you sleep. You might wake up with itchy, bloodshot eyes, scratched corneas or even an infection. Make sure to remove all make up before you go to bed.
    Don't sleep with Mascara on. It can flake into your eyes while you sleep. You might wake up with itchy, bloodshot eyes, scratched corneas or even an infection. Make sure to remove all make up before you go to bed.
  • High-gloss sheer lipstick attracts the sun UV rays to your lips. To prevent this, wear a lip balm with an SPF 30.
    High-gloss sheer lipstick attracts the sun UV rays to your lips. To prevent this, wear a lip balm with an SPF 30.
  • Nail polish, particularly darker colors, may stain your fingernails or toenails and leave them yellowed and discolored. So this doesn't happen, apply a base coat as a protective layer so that the dark color doesn't stain in the first place.
    Nail polish, particularly darker colors, may stain your fingernails or toenails and leave them yellowed and discolored. So this doesn't happen, apply a base coat as a protective layer so that the dark color doesn't stain in the first place.
  • You should replace your mascara every 3 months Because of the risk of eye infections, you may not be able to use eye makeup, including mascara, eyeliner and eye shadow, as long as you would other products.
    You should replace your mascara every 3 months Because of the risk of eye infections, you may not be able to use eye makeup, including mascara, eyeliner and eye shadow, as long as you would other products.
  • Hope these tips have helped you alot:)

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