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Vintage cosmetic video – can makeup make skin better?

March 21st, 2014

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Even though this commercial is listed on YouTube under “vintage cosmetics” it’s only three years old. I guess vintage is in the eye of the beholder. Nonetheless it does contain a very interesting claim that one normally doesn’t see associated with makeup.

According to Jennifer Garner “It makes your skin look better even after you take it off.” She then offers this fact as proof: “98% of women saw improvement in skin’s natural texture. tone, and clarity.” How is this possible? Can makeup really make skin healthier?

The answer probably has something to do with the product’s active ingredient, titanium dioxide. You see, this product has an SPF of 20. So it’s not hard to imagine a test which could show that skin that has been protected with this product is in better condition than bare skin.

Of course the commercial gives no indication of HOW MUCH of an improvement women saw. Still, it’s a clever execution of an ingredient based claim.

And just think, in only another 17 years this product really WILL be vintage!

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Vintage cosmetic video: Can Neutrogena makeup improve skin texture?

October 25th, 2013

Celebrity Makeup News and Blogs:

Even though this commercial is listed on YouTube under “vintage cosmetics” it’s only three years old. I guess vintage is in the eye of the beholder. Nonetheless it does contain a very interesting claim that one normally doesn’t see associated with makeup.

According to Jennifer Garner “It makes your skin look better even after you take it off.” She then offers this fact as proof: “98% of women saw improvement in skin’s natural texture. tone, and clarity.” How is this possible? Can makeup really make skin healthier?

The answer probably has something to do with the product’s active ingredient, titanium dioxide. You see, this product has an SPF of 20. So it’s not hard to imagine a test which could show that skin that has been protected with this product is in better condition than bare skin.

Of course the commercial gives no indication of HOW MUCH of an improvement women saw. Still, it’s a clever execution of an ingredient based claim.

And just think, in only another 17 years this product really WILL be vintage!

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Please note that this article is not written by celebritymakeup.org

Evan Rachel Wood True Blood celebrity makeup

August 21st, 2010

I used the 88 Warm eyeshadow palette for this look, available from eBay. I recommend this seller: myworld.ebay.com I show which colors I used on my website, also full size pics and full product breakdown: www.misschievous.tv Facebook: www.facebook.com Twitter: twitter.com Subscribe to my 2nd channel: www.youtube.com Nailpolish: OPI – You Don’t Know Jacques (Suede) FAQ: What’s that “thing” on your head? It’s a velcro strip, you use it to hold back your hair without getting any dents in the hair, unlike clips or bobby pins. Really excellent for getting hair out of the way while doing makeup. It’s popular in Asia, I got it from ebay from the same seller who sells the palettes. *********************** Music: Whip Snapper – She of Infinite Sorrows