MakeUp Tips And Ideas

Tuesday, 30 August 2016

Keeping It Too Long: Because concealer is often administered in tiny doses, it's possible to embarrassingly realize you've been using the same tube for years. This will likely not kill you, but it also means you're probably no longer getting the lovely results that made you select this formula in the first place. Over a long period of time, some concealers in tubes will start to break down and may darken or appear discolored, or even separated, or the product may begin to dry up. It might not smell right, or it might feel oily, or grainy, or have other issues. All are signs it's time for a fresh start. Likewise, if at any point you notice your concealer is looking more orange or just doesn't match your skin like it used to, toss it. Changes in color are often indicative of problems in the product, so that's a good indicator that it's time to buy a new tube.

Most of these products are designed to last for two years unopened on the store shelf, but it's probably a good idea to use them up within six to nine months after opening, Right? We might have had our favorite one just slightly longer than that.


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