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Make-up artists know their way around. You know which beauty products are worth buying - and which are not.
The selection of cosmetics and care products is almost endless. This is why the temptation is all the greater to make impulse purchases and happily test yourself with make-up, creams and the like. But what do those who are familiar with the subject actually buy? The American make-up artist Tricia Turner revealed in an interview which beauty products she cannot put in her bag - and which three products she would not want to do without.
The Difficult Truth About ‘Natural’ Beauty Products & Climate Change
It’s time to wake up. On Global Day of Climate Action, VICE Media Group is solely telling stories about our current climate crisis. Click here to meet young climate leaders from around the globe and learn how you can take action. From ‘clean‘ to ‘organic‘, the beauty industry bombards us with buzzwords but the most googled among them is ‘natural‘, specifically in relation to skincare. It’s a broad term, which actually has no concrete, recognised definition. The word implies that the ingredients come from natural sources (typically plants, such as extracts and oils) but it also comprises animal byproducts, such as honey and milk.
When it comes to mascara, Turner believes that expensive doesn't necessarily mean better. Precisely because this beauty product is used up after just three months of daily use, in her opinion it is not worth spending a lot of money on. There are also many good mascaras in the lower price segment - it just takes a little patience to find the right product for your individual needs.
Professional tip: It's best to combine two mascaras, e.g. first a separating and lengthening mascara and then one for volume and swing.Tinted powder
For an optimal hold, foundation should always be set with a powder - but it does not have to be the same shade as your make-up. “Tinted powders can quickly look like a mask. Every make-up artist, on the other hand, has transparent powder in their repertoire, because it suits almost every skin type and gives a natural finish Tend to shine.
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Aggressive cleaning products
At the end of the day, all of the make-up has to be removed. So-called cleaners are suitable for this. But what many do not know: A lot of cleansing lotions, gels and the like contain aggressive ingredients such as alcohol or chemical preservatives, which deprive the skin of its natural oils and can damage the natural protective barrier (especially of sensitive skin). When buying it, make sure that it is a mild cleaning product and do not be afraid to seek advice.These are her beauty favorites
And which beauty favorites would the make-up artist not want to do without? “Eyelash curler, mascara and eyebrow pencil. With it you can quickly emphasize and highlight the eyes ”.
Why parabens are basically the gluten of beauty products .
Should you be worried about parabens in your skincare? Let's take a closer look at the beauty ingredient everyone loves to hate One of the biggest sources of beauty paranoia these days can be found on the ingredients label next to skin - and hair-softening hydrators like glycerin and shea butter: a word or two ending in "paraben".