‘A woman without paint is like food without salt’ Plautus (c254-184BC) - it would appear that makeup (paint) was a ‘must have’ from the very early ages. Throughout the centuries, women (and men) have adorned and painted their faces in an effort to make themselves look and feel beautiful, enhancing or altering certain features and hiding others.
This document takes a quick tour through the centuries to discover what natural ingredients have been used as makeup. It takes us up to today's return to using natural minerals as makeup - but in a much more controlled and fascinating way.
This document covers the following topics:
A short history of makeup
Typical natural ingredients used as makeup over the years
Makeup trends through the years
What is mineral makeup
This document is presented to you as a beautifully formatted, fully illustrated PDF file which is available to open and download for 30 days from date of order payment.
Our e-Learning makeup modules include:
Making makeup - eye products
Making makeup - face and cheek products
Making makeup - lip products
Makeup - colour and ingredient information
You may also find the PF Guide to Using Preservatives interesting and useful.
If you plan to study all the makeup modules, please see our 'Home Study Making Makeup - all Modules' as there are significant benefits to purchasing all the modules at once.