THE NUMBER ONE RULE IN MAKEUP APPLICATION
The first cardinal rule when it comes to working in Makeup is always hygiene. This means clean hands, clean brushes, no double dipping and no direct application. We have tool sanitizers and brush cleaners, but what do you do to prevent no direct application from the product to your face or any bacteria transferring from someone else’s skin to your face?
Dr. Whitney Bowe, a NYC-based dermatologist warned that department store makeup testers have been found to harbor bacteria, including strep, E. coli and staph, which can cause a skin infection called impetigo.
“You never know which makeup products can become contaminated with germs (or) bacteria as we all harbor bacteria on our skin,” Bowe told the TODAY Style website in an email. “Never share anything that comes into direct contact with another person’s skin or mucus membranes.”
This is where a disposable makeup palette like Skinminx comes in handy. It will allow you to pour your makeup directly onto the clean surface of the makeup palette, mix, dab and apply it to your face. What makes the simple yet unique patent pending design of Skinminx so cool, is that you simply toss the used palette into the bin when done. No cleaning your hands, changing clothes or having to wipe down non-disposable palettes.
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