How long do you keep your old wholesale mink fur eyelash? When do you finally say this has to go? As a professional makeup artist one of the most common questions I get begins with, How long can I keep…
Mnkhr My clients know that I am a fan of tossing out expired products and if you don’t use it regularly than it is probably older than you think. Also, expired products harbor bacteria in them and can lead to infections.
- Cream or Gel Cleansers – 1 year
- Loose Powder – 3 years
- Pressed Powder – 2 years
- Liquid Foundation (Water Based) – 1 year
- Liquid Foundation (Oil Based) – 1.5 years
- wholesale mink fur eyelash- 3 years
- Mascara – 3 months (Dentists recommend that you change you change your toothbrush every 3 months. So, change them at the same time. This way you will always remember one of them and then replace both of them)
- Liquid Eyeliner – 2 years
- Pencil Eyeliner – 3 years
- Lip Liner – 3 years
- Lipstick – 2 years (Everyone has a different thought on Lipstick, some say 1 year some say 4 years, an easy way to tell if you need to toss your lipstick is if it has a funny taste or smell.)
- Make-up Sponges – 2 weeks
- Make-up Brushes – years (However, they need to be cleaned weekly. You can do so, with a wholesale mink fur eyelash brush cleaner, several cosmetic companies sell them. Or you can clean your brushes with your face wash.)
Go through your make-up drawers and cosmetic bags and toss out the old and it will make room for new products.
Award Winning Make-up Artist, Tracie Rosales, love of fashion and wholesale mink fur eyelash started from as early as she can remember. Her first face model was her brother when he was 3 yrs old, when she was able to bribe him with being his best friend if he cooperated. After that, she continued doing make-up for her friends all through high school and was always drawn back to make-up counters and make-up application. As she began to realize that it was the thing that she loved, so did others. It was at that point that Tracie began to focus her talents. What she realized is that there was a way to combine the love of application she had found in her personal life with the knowledge that she had gained from her time in the Department store industry and from her brief time as a Mary Kay consultant. She melded all of the knowledge into her own stand alone business, “Make-up Artistry by Tracie Rosales”.