Women who offer a swipe of lip gloss in bar and restaurant bathrooms are the reason why we have faith in humanity. But as much as those last-minute, borrowed gloss and mascara touch-ups have helped us in the past, we all should reconsider sharing certain makeup.
The risks that come along with makeup sharing are far too many and therefore we believe that beauty sharing is NOT caring at all! It is time to tell your BFF to carry her own makeup or buy everything in pairs because here’s a list of beauty products you can’t share with her if you love your skin that is…
Using someone else’s brush puts you at risk of catching scalp infections and dandruff. Always carry your own hairbrush in the bag to avoid this.
Sharing makeup applicators is a big no-no including your eyelash curler! Bacteria thrive on makeup brushes, sponges and wands so it is best to use your own and not share it with anyone to avoid infections.
Bacteria thrive on makeup brushes, sponges and wands so it is best to use your own and not share it with anyone to avoid infections.
Using someone else’s brush to remove knots and tangles from your hair is a quick fix solution but it also puts you at risk of catching scalp infections and dandruff.
Allowing your friends to dip their bacteria laden fingers into that jar isn’t going to give you great skin. It will only make you wonder where you went wrong in your skincare routine.