Make-up In Today�s World

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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/12/09 Make-up I n Lorena Hernandez 5/12/09 Make-up • Make-up. So much to choose from. In now in days make-up is used in everyday life. All ages all races and all genders use make-up. 5/12/09 Promotion • Make-up is promoted in television, radio, magazines and billboards. Whenever you go into big cities you’ll see the models or products on the billboards. Or even in popular magazines such as Vogue, Seventeen or Cosmo. On Television there are a variety of commercials. 5/12/09 History of make-up • From the creation of cosmetics back in the 4000 BC where the Ancient Egyptians and the Romans will use it. Make-up used to be made out of mercury and often lead. Make-up wasn’t always continue in a positive way. In the 1800 make-up was primary used on prostitutes and Queen Victoria declared make-up 5/12/09 Colors & brushes • Cosmetics products are made to match people to the lightest skin color to the darkest. There are a variety of different colors of eye shadow to choose from. There are also a variety of brushes to go along with the cosmetics. 5/12/09...
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2008 for the course WRA 0102 taught by Professor Knight during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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