A large variety of cosmetics is generally available today. Cold cream is an emulsion of various oils and waxes and water; it is employed to cleanse and soften the skin. Various purpose-made moisturizers and cleansers are also available. Face powder and dusting powder, based on talcum (powdered magnesium silicate) and zinc oxide, are used to dry and give the skin a satin-like texture. Lip colour, either applied directly as a lipstick or brushed on to the lips, is made of cocoa butter or lanolin, and is manufactured in an endless variety of shades, as are rouges, mixtures of red pigments and starch or finely powdered clay. All above mentioned stuffs find their place in every woman's makeup bags. The formost
reason that modern women need makeup cases, hygenic containers is because of increased labor mobility worldwide.
The earliest known cosmetics come from the 1st Dynasty of Egypt (about 3100-2907 BC). Tombs of this era have yielded unguent jars, and from remains of later periods it is evident that the unguents were scented. Such preparations, as well as perfumed oils, were extensively used by both men and women to keep the skin supple and unwrinkled in the dry heat of Egypt. Egyptian women also developed the art of decorating the eyes by applying dark green colour to the lower lid and by blackening the lashes and the upper lid with kohl, a preparation made from antimony or soot. And they probably were first to use makeup bags, makeup cases and hygienic containers although in slightly modified form. It is likely that the Jews adopted the use of cosmetics from the Egyptians, since references to face painting appear in the Old Testament.
Any modern manufacturer of makeup would suggest open public a great range of cosmetics and makeup products, to make people attractive, beautiful. All that should fill up and be carried around in makeup bags, makeup cases, hygienic container. The almost universal use of cosmetics in modern times has grown with the scientific study of the ingredients employed. This research was begun by the French in the 19th century, and led to the development of more and better cosmetics at low cost. When people
decide to go to makeup department or online makeup shop it's better to choose at once all required parts
of makeup bags: 1) mascara ( waterproof or water soluble); 2)lipstick+lipgloss; 3)some eyesahdows; 4)blush (with two colors); 5) powder and liquid powder cream. Makeup cases must contain extra components too : remover for makeup; adjusting pencil for dark circles under your eyes; humidifying cream; tweezers and scissors; brushes for blush and powder; hygienic napkins, wadded sticks, and cotton wool etc.
But before you make a choice of necessary components you have to know that there are two basic mascara types: water-resistant and water soluble. Both types have no stains, fleck or cluster and certainly it cannot be your mistake if some mascara is of bad quality. Certain mascara purchased at drugstore may be of better quality than at any professional make-up shop and deserve to be added to
makeup cases or hygienic container.
Some 70 % of women worldwide suffer from straight eye-lashes or from their small amount. A number of makeup manufacturers offer special eyelash curlers for curling lashes to help ladies look beautiful with significant curly lashes. So, this device also must be in your makeup bags. The desire to have long, extra conspicuous eyelashes motivates numerous women to employ the tool. The difficulty with eyelash- curler machine is in folding eyelashes keen on a cruel position that is not natural position. Thus, it might make eyelashes supplementary visible but, in addition, crack and draw lashes out. And finally, the thing that should be present in most of makeup bags, is hygienic container. The word's meaning is cleanliness. For that reason, one's hygienic container must include all means of caring about skin and body, to keep it clean and healthy. There should be as well some medicine, soap, balsams, shampoo, hair and face masks, creams and tonics, makeup remover, tampons with cotton wool, etc.