By Katey Arnott-Brown | 05/10/2017 08:00:56In a world where makeup has been around for as long as it has, the idea of wearing a makeup brush or powder brush seems silly and impractical.
But the ‘nomad cosmetics’ line from bebella Cosmetics sounds like it could be the answer for you.
The brand has teamed up with MAC and L’Oreal to create a line of ‘nose’ and ‘eye’ products that mimic the look of real noses and eyes.
This is the product you see here in the video above, a little bit like what you’d find in a spa or beauty saloon.
The beauty brand, which is based in Germany, has been working with MAC to bring the brand’s signature ‘nod’ product to the masses.
“I wanted to create something for a modern woman that is very natural, a new product that can be worn everyday,” said co-founder Maria Toth.
“It’s very comfortable, very easy to use, and also makes you feel like you’re wearing a face mask.”
The first product in the line is called ‘nosed’, and the idea behind the ‘no face’ product is to mimic the feeling of a real nose and eyes, so you feel less like you are looking in a mirror and more like you actually have a nose and eyelashes.
This means that you can actually wear it in the bathroom, the bathroom sink, the sink in your kitchen, anywhere you have an open, open space.
“We wanted to make a product that’s very practical, and not too heavy,” said Toth, adding that the ‘eye patch’ is meant to work on oily skin.
“The eye patch has a unique way of looking,” she said.
“When you put it on, you don’t get oily.
When you remove it, you can see your skin.”
And the nose patch can also be used in a wide variety of other ways.
“For me, the nose is the gateway to the rest of the face, and the eye patch is just a great way to put it all together,” she added.
For more information about the ‘novae’ cosmetics collection, visit thebebellascosmetics.com site.
Cosmetics are everywhere and makeup is the newest category.
But the products they contain can have a huge impact on your health.
Here are six ways to keep your cosmetics safe, ineffective, and inexpensive.
Avoid products containing lead, cadmium, and leaded gasoline.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has issued a new warning for cosmetics products containing cadmias.
According to the EPA, “Cadmias can cause cancer and birth defects, reproductive harm, and developmental problems, and can be used to produce leaded petroleum products.
Leaded gasoline is used as a substitute for gasoline, a common ingredient in many other products.”
The agency warns that many cosmetics contain lead in some form, including “essential oils and perfumes that contain lead compounds, paints containing lead compounds,” “furniture paint containing lead,” and “water-soluble lead compounds.”
Lead is an extremely toxic substance that can cause birth defects and reproductive harm.
Don’t use any perfumes or oils made with petroleum.
Many perfumes, shampoos, and body wash products contain lead.
Keep your hair and makeup simple.
Keep your cosmetics simple by avoiding products that are too complex or heavy.
Clean your skin.
Use a hairbrush and soap.
When shopping for cosmetics, make sure you buy only from companies that use cruelty-free, animal-friendly, and vegan products.
A Chinese cosmetics company is offering to test the cosmetic products you’re using on its website for free.
The company, Honey cosmetics, says that it will offer the free cosmetic testing services to customers with existing prescriptions in China.
The tests, which can cost up to $200, will help the company determine whether a product is safe to use in China, the company says.
“We’re just looking to understand the consumer and make sure they’re using the product appropriately,” said founder and CEO Yung Lin.
“In the meantime, we’re providing our customers with free cosmetic tests.”
The free tests are a continuation of Honey’s recent move to offer cosmetic testing at its stores in Hong Kong and Shenzhen.
The site has also expanded to allow users to pay to get free samples of cosmetics, and the company also started offering cosmetic test kits for consumers in the United States.
The testing will only take place in China if the person is applying the product in China for a medical purpose, the website says.
But if the individual is using the cosmetic in the US, they’ll need to pay for the tests.
The first tests to be offered will be in Hong Kowloon and Guangzhou, according to the company.
“It’s a great way for us to be able to provide our customers an opportunity to give us feedback on their cosmetic use,” Lin said.
“When it comes to cosmetics, I think that a lot of people are not aware of the process.
The service was launched last month. “
There are so many other things we could be doing that are beneficial to our customers and our company, so it’s really important to offer a service like this.”
The service was launched last month.
Honey cosmetics is also offering a trial period to test cosmetics in the country for 30 days.
In the meantime the company is still looking for qualified people for the testing program.