Teen Splash Magzine// Vol.2 Iss.1// January 2015

This month's issue is all about New Years' Resolutions and Girl Power. From book reviews to our play lists of the month, you won't regret reading our first issue of 2015. We are definitely going big or we going home. Teen Splash Magazine is a magazine created by random teens from around the world. Our New Year's Resolution is to give it all to every issue we publish and celebrate Girl Power!!!!!! Every Month: We bring you celebrity news, beauty tips, book reviews, and so much more!!!!!! We couldn't have pull this off without the help of the amazing staff here at Teen Splash, so give yourselves a pat on the back. After reading this issue we would love for you to leave a feedback in the comment section to help not only improving our magazine but also would like to hear what you think about it so far. Happy New Years!!! Owner, Teen Splash Magazine.


11. More Make-Up Tips For The New Year: How Long Should You Keep Your Make-up?

How Long Should You Keep Your Make-Up

@JellyFishes (Wattpad)  

From: http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/how-long-should-you-keep-your-make-up.html

• Mascara: Toss your mascara after 3 months. Mascara has the shortest life span of all make up because the risk of transferring bacteria back and forth from your eye into the mascara tube is so great. If your mascara starts to dry out before its 90 days is up, throw it away. Don’t add water or saliva to your mascara to rewet it. Doing so will only increase your chances of getting an eye infection.

• Eye pencils: Eye pencils can be kept up to 2 years. To make sure you’re using a clean tip, sharpen before each application.

• Eye shadows: Keep your applicators clean and your liquid shadows should last 12 months. Powder shadows will keep 2 years.

If you’ve had an eye infection, you’ll need to throw out all the eye make up and applicators you used from the time you developed symptoms. The virus or bacteria that caused the infection has probably taken up residence in your make up, so using those cosmetics again could cause you to develop another infection.

• Lipsticks: You can stow your tube lipsticks and your lip pencils for 2 years. As with eye pencils, sharpen your lip pencils before each use

• Blushes and powders: Discard your cream blushes after a year, powder blushes and powders after 2 years.

Think of your make up a bit like you do your food. If it smells weird, develops a film, or has a mold-green tint to it, it’s gone bad and needs to be tossed out.

• Foundations and concealers: Moisturizing foundations and stick concealers can hang around for 18 months. A 12-month shelf life applies to both oil-free foundations, which can dry out quickly, and liquid concealers.

Using clean brushes and sponges will help lengthen the life of your cosmetics. Be sure and wash or replace your applicators frequently.





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