With so many powders on the makeup shelves these days, it’s hard to keep them all straight. Pressed powder or loose powder , we’ve broken down each category so you don’t have to pullout your hair in frustration. Pressed Powder
The mascara we know today was created by the pharmacist T.L. Williams in 1913 for his sister Mabel. To create the mascara, he mixed some fine coal powder with Vaseline petroleum jelly. Mabel was very fond of it and her brother began selling it in the households.
Have you ever wondered what the difference actually is between nail varnish removers? The main decision you have to make is whether you want acetone or non-acetone nail varnish remover. Here's the simple secret: While acetone will work faster at getting the polish off of your nails, non-acetone removers will be gentler to them. So what's in these removers, anyway? Acetone is a clear, harsh-smelling and highly flammable liquid. It's a solvent, capable of disintegrating even plastic. This explains why it works so quickly breaking apart and removing your nail polish. Isopropyl alcohol is typically used in the making of acetone.