4 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Share Makeup Products and Tools with Others

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“Dis, borrow your mascara please!”

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“Oh, mmm, sorry, I can’t share here.”

Have you ever experienced something similar like this? If so, how do you usually respond? It must be difficult and uncomfortable if you refuse. Well, but it turns out that if you are used to sharing products and tools makeup with other people, the impact is bad for you and the other person. What are the bad effects? Here, Hipwee Style tell me a list of reasons why you shouldn’t share products and tools makeup with other people. Listen carefully!

1. Don’t share eye makeup products anymore because it can cause your eyes to become infected

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Sharing eye makeup products with others such as mascara, eyeshadow, and eyeliner can lead to bad eye infections. Some eye diseases that you will experience if you get an eye infection are red eyes, warts, stye, and other bacterial buildup. As an important note for those of you who use eye lenses, these bacteria can get trapped behind the lens so that it can cause serious eye diseases.

2. Sharing lip makeup products with other people is at risk of causing herpes on your lips

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Keep the symptoms of herpes that can damage your lips by taking care of your own lip health. Even if you don’t appear to be experiencing irritation, sharing lip makeup products such as lipstick, lip cream, or lip tint can cause the virus to stick to your lips. Worse, you can have a herpes infection for life.

3. Share products complexion at the same time makeup brushes can cause breakouts or irritation. God forbid, right?

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Acne is not contagious, but if you share makeup brushes, you could get breakouts because the bacteria that stick to other people’s faces stick to yours. It’s also because you never know how other people use their products and makeup brushes.

4. The last one is no less important! Consider some of the reasons above before you try make-up tester at the cosmetic shop

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Though make-up tester it’s tempting, please don’t apply it directly to the face. This is because make-up tester is one of the main ways bacteria spread through cosmetics. Next time, if you are shopping for cosmetics, make sure you only apply the product on your hands and don’t forget to use a cotton swab or other disposable tool to pick up the product.

It’s not that sharing is bad, SoHip, but if the impact is bad like some of the reasons above, it’s better not to share products and tools anymore makeup with other people yes. No share cosmetic tools don’t mean you’re stingy! For the common good, I agree~


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