A woman without makeup feels naked. Today there are make-up techniques that completely change the face, the cut of the knees, the shape of the mouth. Make up artists are capable of making any pretty girl beautiful. But men don't know this trick and when they often look at a made up face they don't know the difference between naturalness and artificiality. Many actresses, adored and desired by many men, if they were seen leaving the front door without make-up and hair, would not be worthy of a single glance from men disgusted by their real appearance. And the same men then at the cinema get excited to see the same women duly made up and arranged. This magical trick of make-up, and also of touch-ups (like the transparent strips that are used to smooth out wrinkles or lift cheekbones) seems to have gained such a foothold that it even involves young girls who now don't leave the house without half a kilo of make-up. And men are so used to girls and women with make-up that they exclude all those who dare to go for a ride with nothing or just a touch of make-up. If we think about how much branded makeup costs, we can understand why many girls want men with money.
The average expense for high quality make-up is at least 1000-2000 euros per month, not including hair treatments (i.e. various colors and extensions and other things) so if a girl cannot buy branded make-up she feels frustrated because maybe her friends do it so how to solve this problem? Finding men to seduce and ask for money. Therefore more and more girls snub their peers to turn to grown men, married or not it makes no difference, as they can get more money from them to buy make-up and clothes and everything necessary for the spell of seduction by following an obsession that all mass media feed and that men themselves require.

There are thousands of chemicals in beauty products that are absorbed by your body. It's impossible to avoid every single synthetic chemical, but you can do your part to limit exposing your body to toxins.
In the same way we look at food labels, we should do the same for beauty products. Many companies have carte blanche and use ingredients or raw materials that are not exactly healthy for our body.
In fact, the cosmetic industry is very often not fully regulated: many synthetic chemicals are irritating to the skin, or may even be carcinogenic. We certainly can't avoid all of these harmful substances entirely, but here is a list we should pay particular attention to.
The INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients) of a cosmetic product is the list of ingredients that that product contains in decreasing order of concentration (i.e. from the one present in the highest percentage to the one with the lowest percentage) according to a standard nomenclature.
At the bottom of the list are preservatives, colors and fragrances which are usually used in concentrations of less than 1% and which therefore can also be mentioned in random order.
The difficulty in deciphering the INCI also derives from the language in which the ingredients are reported:
• The name of the chemical substances or those which are the result of chemical synthesis, is reported in English or through numerical codes (the dyes).
• The name of the substances of botanical/vegetable derivation is reported in Latin with the botanical name of the plant from which they were extracted.
Today we are increasingly talking about cosmetics with "clean" ingredients.
But what does it really mean?
It means that those ingredients must respect the skin and the environment, i.e. they must have a real and positive effect on the skin and must not negatively impact the environment.
And here comes the concept of Eco-Dermo-cosmetics.


Doesn't Lily Collins remind you of the famous and mythical Audrey Hepburn? The deeply dark look, the sober style, the simplicity of her elegance, all bring back to the actress we appreciated and loved in Breakfast at Tiffany's. 
I discovered it in the film Inheritance, which I loved very much. I see that she is an inconspicuous and not redone actress. I see her simple makeup and her essential style and it reminds me of the divine Audrey. What do you think?
Lily Collins evokes the myth of Audrey Hepburn, who has always been her great source of inspiration. And the similarity between the two is truly remarkable. And it is precisely her charm that reminds many and makes us think of another great actress, in this case from the past, whose resemblance to Collins is truly impressive.
The clothes she wears do not require a perfect physique. They are simple and the style can be imitated by any girl. Its beauty is simplicity. No heavy makeup, no very long nails, no too flashy shoes. Only herself in an exemplary mîse.
If you have to go to an event, a party, a wedding, here, you can take a cue from her. Be simple and cute with clothes that are not vulgar and not too expensive.
Even in a tank top and ponytail, Lily looks elegant and fabulous. You can be the queen of charm even just by wearing very normal and casual clothes.
So this post of mine is an invitation to all girls to look for a simpler, less flashy, and more elegant but not flashy style. After all, it takes very little to be cute. Don’t use kilos of makeup, don’t wear false eyelashes, don’t stand on the toes of stilettos to look beautiful. You already are and those who don’t appreciate you don’t deserve you.

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