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Your Makeup Could be Making You Sick


Spring is here and many of us are in that Spring cleaning mode which leads me to an important beauty alert– cleaning out our makeup bags! 💄 Just like we reorganize our closets every season, it's crucial to give our beauty products a refresh every three to four months. Why? Because makeup has an expiration date! Using expired makeup can lead to skin irritations, breakouts, and even infections – yikes! 😱 Here's a quick rundown of when to bid farewell to our beloved makeup goodies: 💋 Foundations, powders, and concealers usually last one to two years, but if they start looking funky before that, it's time to toss them out! Watch out for discoloration, separation, or any changes in texture. 💫 👀 Eyeshadows are also on the clock for one to two years. If they start to lose their luster or look a little worse for wear, it's time to say goodbye. Eye pencils should be ditched when they start getting sticky or don't glide on smoothly anymore. 💄 Lipsticks may last one to two years, but if they start feeling gummy or funky, it's time to part ways (even if we love that shade to bits!). Oh, and let's not forget about our trusty brushes and sponges! Cleaning them regularly – at least once a week – is key to keeping our makeup application flawless and bacteria-free. So, let's make a pact to keep our makeup bags fresh and clean, okay? Your skin will thank you for it! 💖


How to Apply Eyeshadow for Hooded Eyes


As we get older, our eyelids begin to show signs of aging.   The wrong makeup application or products can accentuate signs of aging.  Michelle shares a few tips to help you apply your eye makeup to help you look more youthful and feel more confident.'m a paragraph. Click here to add your own text and edit me. It's easy.


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