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The History of Revlon Makeup

Revlon makeup is renowned the world over for their innovative and flawless beauty products. From humble beginning in 1932 making nail varnish they rapidly grew to be one of the biggest beauty product manufactures in the world. Revlon makeup is still a core product for the company, but they branched out and now make perfume, skincare and antiperspirant products.Revlon Makeup - The Early YearsIn 1932, during the Great Depression, the brothers Charles and Joseph Revson along with a chemist called Charles Lachman developed and launched a new form of nail varnish. Instead of using dyes they used pigments in their nail polish, which gave their product a far superior depth and range of colours than any other brand. They named their company by taking the L from Lachman and replacing the S in their own surname with it, hence Revlon.All three of the founders had previously worked in the beauty industry in sales or production, so their innovative nail varnish was quickly widely available. By 1934 the company had already...


The Drying Effects of Soap and Water

Every now and again, everyone needs a little skin care to keep skin form losing its natural moisture. The human body is an amazing machine that is made up of more than 70 percent water. The epidermal layer of the body is referred to as skin that is kept moist and supple by the bodys natural oils. However hard water and soap dry out the skin and leave a residue on the surface of the epidermis that cause skin to block the natural oils and dry out. Flaky dry cracked skin appears in the place of smooth silky skin and can be an irritating nuisance and an unsightly inconvenience. Designed as a cleanser, soap actually dries out the skin through taking of the ultra thin layer of oil that the human body secretes to keep the skin moist. In pace of the natural body oil, soap leaves a fine resin that leaves the skin feeling clean but is in fact robbing the skin of its slick or slippery sensation. If a person were to take a bath and use soap the layer of residual soap that appears in the water after a soak in the tub is w...


Choosing The Right Color For your Nails

Nail color and polish is one way that you can play with your fashion profile by changing your overall look and make a statement about who you are. Choosing the right color can bode very well for you, and correspondingly, choosing the wrong color will sink your "class level" quicker than you can drop a glove. By purchasing long-lasting brands of nail polish and employing a few little-known beauty tricks, you can have nails to die for that won't kill your budget. Make your homemade manicure last as longer, if not longer, than those who can afford the maintenance. When choosing a polish, not only is the color important, but what you use as a base and top coat as well. In fact the base coat and top coat can make a huge difference. When I do a client with natural nails, if they are not on a program (like nailtiques or develop ten) I almost always use a bonder. It helps the polish stay better and is thin so it doesn't add much to the overall thickness. If you are having a hard time getting polish to adhere to the ...


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