How to Prevent Evaporation in Cosmetics

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In the world of cosmetics, evaporation is typically prevented by putting one of a few distinct techniques to good use. Prevent evaporation in cosmetics with help from a master makeup artist with 30 years of industry experience in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Jilladair from Jilladair Cosmetica, and I'm a master makeup artist and this is how to prevent evaporation in cosmetics. So preventing evaporation in cosmetics is pretty easy but you really do want to be careful of it. So if you see anything like a change in color or something like this, like at the top of your cosmetics, if it starts to look like it's drying out, then, or separating, then that means that your cosmetics are evaporating or even oxidizing. So if you've got a lid that's cracked you want to be very careful and you want to throw that away because that means that the chemical properties of your foundation or any of your cosmetics are changing and that can become very unhealthy for you. That means that bacteria has seeped into your cosmetics and you certainly don't want to put that onto your face because once you put it onto your face then it seeps into your body and it goes into your system. So an easy easy way to do that is just to get a little baggy and pop your foundation or any of your other cosmetics just right into the baggy and seal it up. It's an easy way to do it and not only does it keep your cosmetics from evaporating, but think about it, if you've got all of this in your cosmetics bag and you happen to break your foundation, well it's only leaked into this little bag. It won't get on all the rest of your stuff. I'm Jilladair from Jilladair Cosmetics, and this was how to prevent evaporation in cosmetics.


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