Monday, August 8, 2011

Eye Cosmetics

BASICS: Big Eyes/Small Eyes Make-up Tutorial

Hi dear people! In this fashionable world each and everyone want to be smart and gorgeous. Today’s generation women are more conscious about their beauty purposes. They use many make up materials to increase their beauty. Now a day’s many people are more interested to use eye cosmetics. Today I am going to give some information about the eye cosmetics.
The regulations governing the manufacture of eye cosmetics should, ideally, be very strict. Only those chemicals which will definitely not cause any damage to the eyes should be used. The preservatives in eye cosmetics must not only be safe, but also be strong enough to preserve the product.
Most instances of infection and injury to the eyes are a result of careless application and use of cosmetics rather than due to any of its ingredients. So it is important to follow simple rules of cleanliness and hygiene when using eye cosmetics: wash your hands before touching your eyes;
never borrow or lend any item of eye make-up; never use saliva or dirty water to moisten eye make-up. Allergic reactions to eye make-up are however, not uncommon; the solution to this problem is to stop using ht eye-cosmetic which has caused the reaction.
But, remember that reactions around the eyes are not always due to eye-cosmetics, but may be due to the nail varnish or the hair-dye you have used. A myth that really needs to be dispelled is that eye-cosmetics cause eyelashes to fall out. Like all body hair, your eyelashes grow, fall off and are replaced cyclically. It is just that while you are using eye-cosmetics you tend to become aware of this loss and you may wrongly blame the cosmetics.
Eyeliners, including our own indigenous kaajal are the most extensively used form of eye make-up. Liners outline the eye and are particularly attractive in deeper toning colors (to match the eye shadow). The earlier cake type of liner has now been somewhat replaced by liquids and pencils.

No comments:

Post a Comment