Truths and myths about beauty
Truths and myths about beauty

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Truths and myths about beauty



Truth No. 1.: Using hairspray as a sealant is one of the oldest tricks, it can make the make-up last longer, but be careful as this spray is packed with chemicals and other things that are harmful for the skin.

Truth No. 2.: Lip balm works by making the skin “dependent”. Some ingredients contained in all lipsticks are actually more irritating than moisturizing and can cause further dryness, leading to applying more.

Truth No. 3.: “Acne-causing foods” such as: chocolates and sweets aren’t actually to blame for an increase in breakouts. The truth is, there isn’t a definitive list of foods proven to cause acne. It’s best to keep track of the diet and note if something causes pimples or irritation.

Truth No. 4.: Rubbing the eyes can cause the thin, delicate skin around the eyes to wrinkle back and forth, which leads to the appearance of premature aging over time.



Myth No. 1.: Wearing makeup every day is bad for the skin. While wearing tons of makeup can be too much, wearing makeup consistently won’t actually make the skin worse. Тhe problem occurs when the make-up is not washed before going to bed.

Myth No. 2.: There’s no way to avoid getting lipstick on the teeth. Actually, there is! Make an “O” shape with the mouth and stick the pointer finger directly in the middle of the “O,” then pull out. The lipstick   will come off on the finger.

Myth No. 3.: Shrinking the size of the pores? Pore size is genetic, so physically nothing can shrink the actual size, but it can be minimized by exfoliating the skin at least 2 times a week. This will help get rid of all bacteria that clog pores.

Myth No. 4.: Regular skin cleansing can cause oil lack. The truth is that production of too much oil and the build-up of bacteria are two of the main causes of acne and breakouts.