There are makeup myths we've lived with for a long time. We've put anything from mud to eggs on our face all in the name of beauty. There's a lot of information out there in regards to skincare and makeup so Belle Belle Beauty Blogger Lindsay Rogers finds out what's fict and what's fact when it comes to beauty products.
1. MYTH: Use mascara to the last drop. Rogers says mascara should be tossed every three months. (Drugstore picks can be more practical for those who don't wear mascara every day)
2. MYTH: Rub in your perfume after you spray pulse points. She says rubbing action actually crushes and corrupts the fragrance. "Spray on your neck, wrists, even back of knees and let dry for 30 seconds," she said.
3. MYTH: Foundation should be matched to your jawline. "Foundation should actually be matched to your neck as it is representative of your true coloring," Rogers said. "You want to avoid any line or demarcation of color."
4. MYTH: You should wash your hair every day. She says washing hair strips natural oils, making hair more brittle and dry. "Shoot for 3-4 times a week workouts permitting. Dry shampoo can really help as your scalp adjusts oil production," Rogers said.
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