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Daily Quiz: Thursday 13th May 2021 : Ladies Special

How well do you know the products you use on your face? Take my quiz and test your knowledge. Guys, here’s your chance to unravel the mystery of “I should be ready in 5 mins” . Enjoy !!

#1. After cleansing and toning, the most important step is a product to keep your skin soft, supple, and to prepare it for make-up. Which product would you use?

The basic function of moisturizers is to help treat your skin when it’s dry and prevent it from drying out again. Moisturizers do this by holding water in the stratum corneum, the outermost layer of the skin. A good moisturiser is essential for a perfect complexion, and a cheaper brand will work just as well as the more pricey variations.


#2. After moisturising, wait a few moments and then apply a product to hide any imperfections such as dark circles or blemishes. What is this product called?

A concealer or color corrector is a type of cosmetic that is used to mask dark circles, age spots, large pores, and other small blemishes visible on the skin. It is similar to foundation, but thicker and used to hide different pigments by blending the imperfection into the surrounding skin tone. The first commercially available concealer was Max Factor’s Erace, launched in 1954

#3. The next product creates a flawless complexion and evens out skin tone. What is this product called?

The use of cosmetics to enhance complexion reaches back into antiquity. “Face painting” is mentioned in the Old Testament (Ezekiel 23:40). Ancient Egyptians used foundation. In 200 B.C., ancient Greek women applied white lead powder and chalk to lighten their skin. It was considered fashionable for Greek women to have a pale complexion. Roman women also favoured a pale complexion. Wealthy Romans favoured white lead paste, which could lead to disfigurements and death. Men also wore makeup to lighten their skin tone; using white lead powder, chalk, and creams. The cream was made from animal fat, starch, and tin oxide. The fat was rendered from animal carcasses and heated to remove the color. Tin oxide was made out of heating tin metal in the open air. The animal fat provided a smooth texture, while the tin oxide provided colour to the cream.

Foundation is a liquid or powder makeup applied to the face to create an even, uniform color to the complexion, cover flaws and, sometimes, to change the natural skin tone. Some foundations also function as a moisturizer, sunscreen, astringent or base layer for more complex cosmetics. Foundation applied to the body is generally referred to as “body painting” or “body makeup”.

#4. The next step "sets" your foundation and helps it last longer. Which product would you use?

Face powder is a cosmetic product applied to the face to serve different functions, typically to beautify the face. Originating from ancient Egypt, face powder has had different social uses across cultures and in modern times, it is typically used to set makeup, brighten the skin and contour the face. The best type to use is translucent powder, which doesn’t change the colour of your foundation.


#5. If you have perfectly defined eyebrows you could skip the next product. Which is it?

Eyebrow brushes, shaders, and pencils are often used to define the eyebrow or make it appear fuller. These can create an outline for the brows or mimic hairs where there are sparse areas. Brow gels are also used in creating a thicker brow; they allow for the hairs to be more textured, which gives the appearance of thicker, fuller brows. Lastly, brow powders or even eyeshadows are used for those who want a fuller and more natural look, by placing the brow powder or eyeshadow (closest to the natural hair colour) in areas where there is less hair.

#6. The next product is available in a huge range of colours and shades. It is probably the most fun to experiment with, as you can create so many different effects. Which product is it?

Eye shadow (or eyeshadow) is a cosmetic applied primarily to the eyelids to make the wearer’s eyes stand out or look more attractive. Eye shadow can also be applied under eyes or to brow bones. Eye shadow can add depth and dimension to one’s eyes, complement one’s eye color, make one’s eyes appear larger, or simply draw attention to the eyes. Eye shadow comes in many different colors and textures. It is usually made from a powder but can also be found in liquid, pencil, cream or mousse form. Just like other trends, eyeshadow looks also have trends.

Humans have used cosmetics for thousands of years. The earliest direct archeological evidence for eye makeup dates back to predynastic Egypt (c. 5000  – 4000 BCE). Traces of eye paints, most commonly malachite, a green mineral, and galena, a black mineral, as well as cosmetic palettes, pots and applicators have been found in burials from this period.

Over the years many women have used burnt matches to intensify their eye makeup. Many women would often dust rice powder to hide any imperfections or freckles on their faces. Eyeshadow or eye paint was very popular during the Victorian era (c.  1837 to c.  1901); less was more. The less eyeshadow one wore, the more respected one was.

#7. The next step draws attention to the eyes and enhances their beauty, but you need to have a very steady hand to apply it perfectly. Which product is it that applies to the top and bottom of the eye, without a brush?

Eye liner or eyeliner is a cosmetic used to define the eyes. It is applied around the contours of the eye(s) to create a variety of aesthetic effects.

Eye liner was first used in Ancient India, Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia as a dark black line around the eyes. As early as 10,000 BC, Egyptians and Mesopotamians wore various cosmetics including eye liner not only for aesthetics but to protect the skin from the desert sun. Research has also speculated that eye liner was worn to protect the wearer from the evil eye. The characteristic of having heavily lined eyes has been frequently depicted in ancient Egyptian art. They produced eye liner with a variety of materials, including copper ore and antimony. Ancient Egyptian kohl contained galena, which was imported from nearby regions in the Land of Punt, Coptos and Western Asia.

#8. The next step is a product which further enhances the eyes and comes in basic colours as well as funky blues, greens, and even purple! Which product am I referring to?

Mascara is a cosmetic commonly used to enhance the eyelashes. It may darken, thicken, lengthen, and/or define the eyelashes. Normally in one of three forms—liquid, powder, or cream—the modern mascara product has various formulas; however, most contain the same basic components of pigments, oils, waxes, and preservatives. The most common form of mascara is a liquid in a tube.

The source of the word “mascara” is unclear. The Spanish word máscara meaning ‘mask’ or ‘stain’, and the Italian word maschera meaning ‘mask’ are possible origins. A related Catalan word describes soot or a black smear, and the Portuguese word máscara means ‘mask’ and mascarra means dark stain or smut. There is even strong support for a possible source from the Arabic word maskharah or ‘buffoon’. The Hebrew word משקרות (MaSQROTh) as relating to women’s eyes is found in Isaiah 3:16.

Latin treatises sometimes used the word mascara when referring to witches.


#9. The next step is used to enhance your cheekbones or to contour the shape of the face. Which product is used?

Rouge (meaning “red” in French), also called blush or blusher, is a cosmetic for coloring the cheeks in varying shades, or the lips red. It is applied as a powder or cream.

The Ancient Egyptians were known for their creation of cosmetics, particularly their use of rouge. Ancient Egyptian pictographs show men and women wearing lip and cheek rouge. They blended fat with red ochre to create a stain that was red in color. 

Greek men and women eventually mimicked the look, using crushed mulberries, red beet juice, crushed strawberries, or red amaranth to create a paste. Those who wore makeup were viewed as wealthy and it symbolized status because cosmetics were costly.

#10. The final product is the quickest and easiest to use if you apply it straight from the tube. For a special occasion, you may want to add other products for an even more dazzling smile. Which product is it?

Lipstick is a cosmetic that applies color, texture, and protection to the lips. Many colors and types of lipstick exist. Some lipsticks are also lip balms, to add both color and hydration. Although the name originally applied to the baton (stick) of material within a tubular container usually around 10mm in diameter and 50mm in length, the term now generally relates to the material itself, regardless of method of application.

Ancient Sumerian men and women were possibly the first to invent and wear lipstick, about 5,000 years ago.[1] They crushed gemstones and used them to decorate their faces, mainly on the lips and around the eyes. Egyptians like Cleopatra crushed bugs (carmine) to create a color of red on their lips.[2] Women in the ancient Indus Valley Civilization may have used rectangular pieces of ochre with beveled ends as lipstick.[3] Ancient Egyptians wore lipstick to show social status rather than gender.[4] They extracted the red dye from fucus-algin, 0.01% iodine, and some bromine mannite, but this dye resulted in serious illness. Lipsticks with shimmering effects were initially made using a pearlescent substance found in fish scales



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