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Makeup Dos and Don'ts

10th December 2021
"Makeup mainly is used to change or enhance the way we look."

Makeup mainly is used to change or enhance the way we look. Also, many women use makeup to feel more confident and also to hide their imperfections. Moreover, makeup is used to prettify or add color to your face.

We know makeup has been one of the most important works in a women’s daily life so today we are here to help with dos and don’ts in makeup:


Clean face

Always apply makeup to a clean, grease-free face. If your skin is not clean, then the surface is not smooth for the make-up to sit on and will look dull.

Wash sponges

Wash makeup sponges so that they become clear of the foundation. Not washing sponges creates a home for bacteria which can lead to skin breakouts.

After regular washing of the sponges, leave them to air dry.

Clean your Brushes

It is important to keep your beauty tools as clean as possible, preferably cleaning them once a week.

As your brushes come in contact with your face and then get put into cosmetic bags or other makeup storage, they become breeding grounds for bacteria.

Using brushes that haven’t been cleaned in a long while may result in clogged-up pores, infections, or even more defined wrinkles.

Set Your Foundation with Powder

After putting on foundation, simply dust over a powder that has a feather-light formula.

Doing so will help set the foundation, weather-proofing your look and making it easier to proceed to contour or apply blusher.


Skip the Moisturizer

This should not be done at all. Not at all! Don’t be tempted to skip the morning moisturizer.

If you don’t use a moisturizer designed specifically for oily skin, the unwanted shine will appear faster and your makeup won’t be as long-lasting.

Also, if you apply foundation straight to dry skin, it can start to flake resulting in an uneven tone with even the tiniest flaw underlined.

Skip Washing Makeup off Before You Sleep

Not washing your makeup off before you sleep is likely to result in breakouts or even rashes if you have sensitive skin because of the irritants and chemicals within the cosmetics.

If you do it consistently, it will contribute to the premature aging of your skin and lead you to develop more wrinkles.

Don’t Apply Makeup to a Dirty Face

Applying makeup to a dirty face is asking for serious skin problems later in life.

In fact, breakouts and acne may not hold off until much later. Never apply cosmetics on top of other cosmetics that have been sitting on your face for hours. The one exception to this rule is lipstick.

You can reapply lipstick or gloss. However, when it comes to applying foundations or powders, be sure to clean off what you’re currently wearing first and give your pores a chance to breathe.

Don’t Create Fake Brows

While you shouldn’t skip your brows, you definitely don’t want to draw on dramatic fake brows.

Huge, drawn-on brows come across like furry caterpillars. It’s never a good look. Instead, work with the eyebrows that you have and just focus on making them a little more defined, especially if you’re wearing foundation.

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Do’s and Don’ts in the kitchen

9th December 2021
"It is important to observe the basic rules of kitchen safety while paying attention to what you are doing."

Understanding hazards in the kitchen where you cook can help you and your family avoid cuts, burns, and food poisoning. It is important to observe the basic rules of kitchen safety while paying attention to what you are doing.

Here is kitchen do’s and don’ts that you need to familiarize yourself with every time you are in the kitchen:

The Do’s

Do remember to wash your hands

Most people forget to wash their hands before and after cooking. The bacteria and germs present can cause food poisoning.

Use soapy water to wash your hands and then dry them afterward using a paper towel.

Using a dishtowel to wipe your hands dry contaminates the surfaces where you keep food.

Do use expiration dates as guidelines

The expiration dates on milk and food packages are meant to remind you that your food might not be at its peak quality after a certain period.

However, consuming something immediately after the expiry date is a matter of quality rather than safety.

Do treat your knives with respect

Kitchen knives can be dangerous if not handled properly. They need to be cleaned and placed away from children after use.

It is also important to walk with your knife pointed down to minimize the risk when interacting with your fellow cooks.

The Don’ts

Don’t use the same chopping board for vegetables, fruits, and raw meat

One of the areas where you should not take any shortcuts is your cutting board.

Since we do not want to wash extra dishes, it might seem an easy task using the same chopping board but it increases the risk of cross-contamination.

If it is a must that you should use the same cutting board, then you need to prepare vegetables and fruits first, wash them with hot water and soap before preparing raw meat.

Don’t leave leftovers within reach of pets

Curious pets may want to sniff around or have some taste of your food if it is kept within accessible reach.

If you are still eating, ensure that the dishes are completely covered or stored after serving.

This prevents your food from being contaminated with bacteria and germs present in the unbidden bite from your pet.

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