The gendering of makeup has followed us for decades and has prevented several men from exploring the world of beauty, even if interested, for fear of social stigma. It’s high time we do away with the segregation of makeup by gender and acknowledge that makeup and beauty is a wonderful tool that is bound to no single gender.
Seeing beauty gurus on social media draw the perfect winged liner in a single flick and watching them contour planes on faces with the utmost precision can seem daunting. However, there’s no reason to be intimidated. Makeup has no restrictions, and while you may have to go through a bit of trial and error in the beginning, ultimately, practice will make perfect. You need to shell out for the best products
3. You need to shell out for the best products
There’s no denying that you’ll find some makeup products with exorbitant prices. But these aren't necessary to your makeup routine. Given the diversity in makeup users around the world, there is assuredly a makeup product that will fit both your skin, and your wallet. While it is recommended that you avoid products that seem suspiciously cheap, ultimately what matters more than the price is the quality and ingredients. Ensure the products you purchase are suited to your skin type and halt use completely if you notice symptoms such as tingling, burning, rashes, bumps, acne, etc
4. There are shortcuts to beauty
Teas, pills, and gummies that claim almost magic-like effects of weight loss, detoxification, and hair strengthening flood the Internet. But what to believe and what not to believe? While vitamin supplements taken in any form are beneficial, their visible effects will only be seen if you have a serious deficiency of that specific vitamin. A balanced diet, complemented by an exercise routine and general healthy living habits is the best route to a healthy body. The shortcuts or hacks don’t matter if your general living habits are unhealthy.