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Make-up Counter Rules to be Followed

Here's a list of make-up counter rules to follow with hygiene uppermost in mind, reports huffingtonpost.com:

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Once you enter a beauty store, you look at the products in awe and use lipsticks and eye make-up products which come with “try me” tag. But before you indulge in trying and testing beauty products, you should be aware of certain rules.

Here’s a list of make-up counter rules to follow with hygiene uppermost in mind, reports huffingtonpost.com:

Make-up Counter Rules to be Followed
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* After you walk in and take a look at the beauty landscape in total awe, make sure to close your mouth at some point.

* When you find the lipstick section and feel like you need to try all shades of red, stop yourself from doing it. Don’t apply lipstick directly from the tube.

Also Read: Go Makeup Free Once a Week to Delay Ageing

* The same goes for eyeliners. Don’t put the eye pencil on your peepers.

* While testing fruity fragrances, make sure to be delicate with it to avoid funky stir. (Bollywood Country)

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For Women, No Outings Without Make-up

The study was conducted over 1,812 women aged 18 and over from across Britain all of whom were in employment at the time of the poll

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Even if it is getting really late for work, majority of women don’t feel right about stepping out of their house without their make-up on.

The phenomenon has been revealed in a study, which says that three-quarters of women in Britain admit that they wouldn’t go to work without make-up on and a fifth of these women feared ‘getting in trouble’ at work if they failed to wear makeup, reports femalefirst.co.uk.

The research, conducted by www.MyVoucherCodes.co.uk, aimed to look at the beauty habits of women.

The study was conducted over 1,812 women aged 18 and over from across Britain all of whom were in employment at the time of the poll.

Sxity-two percent of the respondents admitted that they would feel insecure if they didn’t wear make-up to work, and surprisingly 47 percent believed it would negatively affect how their colleagues perceived them. (Bollywood Country)

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