The Myths of Beauty

Beauty is a subjective issue and it depends a lot on the tastes of each and how comfortable the person feels in their own skin.
Beauty is about each person, but it creates tendencies, rules and ideas that often confuse and give rise to myths, which end up by boycotting the beauty routine of some women.

The Myths of Beauty
These myths have now been unveiled by Bustle's website, which proves that beauty and the use of make-up only pertains to each person.
Myth 1 - People with small eyes can not use smoky makeup, people with small eyes can use dark tones at will, because everything depends on the technique used and there are plenty of online videos and tutorials that teach how to do it the best way.
Myth 2 - You should only paint blonde hair when you are thin, on the contrary, as hair stylist Kate Reid says, which guarantees that "the blonde rests on most people."
Myth 3 - Make-up works miracles, it can even be a great way to disguise marks, signs, scars, dark circles or any other type of imperfection, but when you do not take care of your skin, there is no make-up that looks good, says the makeup artist. Professional Erin Thomas.
Myth 4 - The make-up routine has an age limit. No, the make-up routine can adapt with the advancing age, but you do not have to stop being part of everyday life when you get older.
Myth 5 - People with oily skin do not need to use moisturizers. This is one of the most common and most damaging errors in the skin since all skin types need specialized care that meets the needs.