Not every woman wears makeup on a regular basis, but most of them at least want to do so on special occasions. Unfortunately, it can be hard to find the right cosmetics because there are so many choices. They all claim to do something different or offer more than others, but ultimately they really are all about the same. There are some differences, though, with items like mineral makeup or makeup that's basically airbrushed onto the face. In order to determine whether you want a liquid makeup, a powder, mineral makeup, or something else it's important to know a few things about yourself. First, you should know your skin type. Is it oily? Is it dry and flaky? Knowing what type of skin you have – and some people have a combination based on different parts of their face being different in how much oil they produce – can really help when choosing cosmetics.
People with oily skin will want to look for makeup designed for them. People with dry skin will be more interested in makeup that has more of a moisturizer. If your skin is flaky your makeup will be, too, and that can look very unattractive. You also have to consider when and how often you'll be wearing your cosmetics. If you work in a job where you frequently sweat and/or you'll be wearing makeup every day, all the time, you might want to go with a lighter option. Heavy liquid makeups – and even some powders – will run and look very bad when they get wet from sweat. They can also feel very heavy on the face and make you uncomfortable. They soak into fine lines and wrinkles and make them look more prominent, too, which is something that most women try very hard to avoid. There are a lot of cosmetics out there that say they can stop these kinds of problems, but you have to do some research to decide which claims are real and which one will work the best for you. They don't all react the same on all women.
The mineral makeups are generally the lightest-feeling on the face, and many of them don't move around and run when they are wet. They can make lines look more obvious if they get caked-on, though, and they can also be a little difficult to match to skin tone for some women. However, there is the obvious advantage of not having to spread a heavy, liquid makeup all over your face. That can be seen as a big bonus for a lot of women who want a lighter look. The mineral makeup also goes on very quickly; another advantage for women who are in a hurry and who want to look their best without putting a lot of time and effort into it. While mineral makeup is very popular today and seems to work very well, only you can decide which cosmetics are best for you. Much of that will come through trial and error and experimentation, as well as solid research into the topic.
|About Author Elizabeth Roth :|
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Article Added on Saturday, August 30, 2008