Reasons to Stop Sharing Your Makeup and Keep it All to Yourself
There are plenty of reasons to stop sharing your makeup. Number one being that you never know who’s been using it before you. Whether intentional or not, you’re inviting bacteria and other unwanted elements into your precious skincare products when you let someone else use them. Additionally, most people don’t clean their brushes as often as they should, which can also contaminate your makeup (not to mention cause breakouts). So, the next time your best friend asks to borrow your foundation or eyeshadow, say no! You’ll be doing yourself – and her – a favor in the long run.
Why you must never share cosmetics products
We all have that friend who is always borrowing our makeup, and while it may be nice to share with them occasionally, there are some good reasons to stop sharing your makeup and keep it all to yourself. Here are just a few:
- You never know where their makeup has been. If you think about all of the places your own makeup has been, from your purse to the floor of your car, it’s easy to see how quickly bacteria can build up on products. And if you’re sharing makeup with someone else, you have no idea where their products have been or what kind of bacteria might be lurking on them.
- It’s not worth the risk of spreading infection. Even if you trust your friend and know they take good care of their makeup, it’s just not worth the risk of spreading infection. If you or your friend has any skin infection, sharing makeup could easily spread it to the other person.
- Makeup is expensive! Why share when you can keep all of the products to yourself? There’s no need to share when you can buy your own makeup and keep it all to yourself.
- You never know when your friend might have an allergic reaction. Even if you’re not allergic to a certain product, your friend might be. It’s just not worth the risk of them reacting, especially if they’re using your makeup without knowing it contains an ingredient they’re allergic to.
- It’s not worth the hassle of constantly having to sanitize your makeup. If you’re sharing makeup with someone, you need to be extra vigilant about cleaning and sanitizing your products. Otherwise, you could end up with a nasty infection yourself.
So there you have it! These are just a few reasons you should stop sharing your makeup and keep it all to yourself. Trust us, your skin will thank you in the long run.
Beauty products you should never share: keep your personal items safe and sanitary
There are some beauty products that you should never share with anyone, no matter how close you are to them. Here are just a few of those products:
Sharing mascara is a big no-no because it can lead to eye infections. In addition, bacteria can easily transfer from one person’s lashes to another person’s, so it’s best to keep your mascara to yourself.
Lipstick is another product you shouldn’t share because it can cause infections. When you share lipstick with someone, you also share the bacteria on their lips. This can lead to cold sores or other infections.
Eye shadow can harbor bacteria and fungus, which can cause infections. So, it’s best to keep your eye shadow to yourself and not share it with others.
Nail polish can also harbor bacteria and fungus. In addition, sharing nail polish can lead to the spread of nail fungal infections. So, it’s best to keep your nail polish to yourself and not share it with others.
Makeup brushes: Makeup brushes can harbor bacteria, which can cause infections. So, it’s best to keep your makeup brushes to yourself and not share them with others.
If you use any of these products, wash them regularly and never share them with anyone else. By doing so, you’ll help prevent the spread of infection.