How to know if you have a relationship toxic with the makeup

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A number of studies indicate that the cosmetics industry is the only one able to take advantage of the financial crisis. It is popularly known as the theory of the ‘Lipstick Effect’a hypothesis that ensures that before an economic crisis, lipstick sales soar. It may seem silly but it is reasonable to think that people instead of buying overpriced products as it would be an appliance that expensive, or any other type of gadget, bet for items of low cost.

In Instagram the influencers have been dedicated, among other things, to provide tutorials of makeup, show off their routines, facials, and even some have opted to experiment with styles fantasy full of color. Playing with makeup can be very fun and, of course, has nothing wrong with it, but it is also important to distinguish when this relationship is being harmful.



Kylie Jenner in a campaign image of your brand Kylie Cosmetics

Kylie Jenner in a campaign image of your brand Kylie Cosmetics
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In fact, during this period of quarantine has been when many of these problems have come to light. So he confessed Lizzo in an interview with People to explain that I was taking advantage of this social distancing for “free makeup”.

“I think that I’ve been wearing make-up all the days of my life during the past six months. We become addicted to see us arranged the 24 hours,” he explained. Rapper american believes that the fact of putting on makeup every day alters the perception one has of one’s self negatively.

The singer Lizzo

The singer Lizzo
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“In February, I remember spending a few days in Brazil without make-up and wonder: ‘why am I so ugly?’”. It was then when he realized that he was “addicted” since “only looked beautiful my face with makeup”. Now in this period of confinement has managed to “break free” with this little exercise of care of yourself. “My dream is to remove the nails, do not wear makeup and grow up and walk naked in my garden”, he concludes.