Monday, April 1, 2019

What is beauty

Beauty is not just about makeup it is a take care of yourself. Most of us always like to look stunning...and why not ! Appreciating yourself is the best version of you. Here Dewdrop Glam Beauty provides you all information about beauty from head to toe. 


                          Skin



 Skin is the most important part of human body,which plays the lead role to be look beautiful your body.very often we try to enhance the skin by  using of natural remedies, cosmetics and many more other beauty products. Let us here 1st  we know about our skin.

Skin is our largest organ in human body. According to science adults carry some 8 pounds (3.6kg) and 22 square feet (2 square meters) of it. Our skin acts as a waterproof, insulating shield, guarding the body against extremes of temperature, damaging sunlight and harmful chemicals. It also exudes antibacterial substances that prevent infection and manufactures vitamin D for converting calcium into healthy bones.

The fleshy covering does a lot more than make us look presentable. Skin is a huge sensor packed with nerves for keeping the brain in touch with the outside world. It forms a barrier that prevent harmful substances and microorganisms from entering the body. It protects body tissues against injury. Skin is essential to a person's survival.


                        Hairs


The hair on our heads isn't just there for looks. It keeps us warm by preserving heat. The hair in our nose, ears, and around our eyes protects these sensitive areas of the body from dust and other small particles. Eyebrows and eyelashes protect our eyes by decreasing the amount of light and particles that go into them. The fine hair that covers our bodies provides warmth and protects our skin. Hair also cushions the body against injury.
            A hairstyle is achieved by arranging hair in a certain way, occasionally using combs, a blow-dryer, gel, or other products. The practice of styling hair is often called hairdressing, especially when done as an occupation. Hairstyling may also include adding accessories (such as headbands or barrettes) to the hair to hold it in place, enhance its ornamental appearance, or partially or fully conceal it with coverings such as a kippa, hijab, tam or turban.

                          Makeup



Substances applied to the face for the purpose of enhancing, improving, or highlighting the features of the face are called cosmetics or makeup.
                       People have used cosmetics since very ancient times, and the use of cosmetics, like other fashions, are usually dictated by the social customs and beliefs of the day. Though during certain periods men have worn makeup, in modern times it has usually been considered a decoration for women only. The liberated fashions of the 1920s introduced an era of acceptance of makeup as a part of women's costume that has continued into the twenty-first century.
             There are three kinds of makeup 
1) Straight Makeup - sometimes called "street," which enhances an actor's features using cosmetic. 
2) Corrective Makeup - character makeup, which transforms an actor through facial prosthesis and other devices. 
3) Special Effects (FX) Makeup -  employing mechanical devices such as robotic inserts.
 All three work closely with the director, cinematographer, and costume designer. Incorporating these three divisions, makeup's complex work can be loosely broken into the two categories of cosmetics and special effects. The former also radicalized the cosmetics industry. Often the two merge, but the makeup industry began with the need to accentuate the face and to deal with the drastic differences between stage and cinema.

    Looking good is important for everyone


Right from your hair, skin, face, clothes, and accessories, to your shoes everything is important to look good. How thin or fat are you, the personality, way you interact with others, the way you carry yourself, everything matter for look.

3 top things that attribute to looking good 

- hair features 95% of the time. 

- Some concentrated mostly on their face and skin.

- but greater importance on clothes too.