What’s taking place with recent makeup trending? Are cosmetics made with toxins or carcinogens? Are the rumors about false eyelashes being damaging to the eyes true?
As always, the makeup industry is forever trying to update and create the best look based on current styles. The trend now appears to be less is much better than more.
The popularity of heavy makeup on eyes seems to be diminishing, at least for the summer months. The same is following suit with foundation and lip color. The natural look has returned and the summer season has played a key role with this change. The natural sun kissed look gives a holistic and radiant appearance.
I personally wear a very light peach blush dusting my high cheekbones, the center of my nose, chin and forehead giving the appearance of summer radiance. I also wear a very light weight handmade organic mineral foundation mixed with my organic Serum. My foundation contains a natural SOF. It gives me both a little color and ultra moisturizes. A great combination.
Yes, many cosmetics are made with carcinogens and toxins. The cosmetic industry wants to sell big making their billions and the care factor for selling safe non toxic products is very low. Handmade organic products is the best solution. Research and read reviews on any product line before using.
The acrylic glue used to attach false eyelashes is highly toxic. The phrase “false eyelashes” should be warning enough to make the decision not to wear them.
Many women are allergic to this acrylic glue, which can cause severe swelling, itching to the eyes and surrounding tissue.
The long term effects are not positive. Protect your beautiful eyes and I strongly recommend not to wear false eyelashes.