Growing up we often here people telling us not to do this because it'll do this to you or it's bad for you or do this because it'll be good for you. Well as we too experiment in the world of beauty, we come to find out that half of them aren't even true. Let's debunk!
- Plump your mascara for more product to come out.
Do not plump your mascara especially when it's about to run out. This will push air onto the product which causes it to dry out faster.
- Using dry shampoo on 2nd or 3rd day hair.
Put or spray dry shampoo in the evening, not on the exact same day that you need it.
- Acne stops at 18
Nope, it doesn't stop there. Just be sure to take care and pay attention to your skin and it's needs when the time comes.
- Cutting your hair makes it grow faster.
This isn't true at all, it is just an illusion since when you have 5 inches of hair, an inch growth looks like its so much rather than having 10 inches hair and an inch of growth.
- Shaving makes the hair grow thicker.
Another myth that isn't true. The reason that we think that it's thicker is because the razors cuts the hair straight into the hair shaft which is the part that is growing out. That's why it feels more stiffer.
There is a whole lot more so tell me, what beauty myth would you like to debunk?