Makeup can be used in many different ways. The way you apply makeup and how much of it you use can greatly altar one’s appearance. Make up can be classified into three different categories: everyday makeup, medical makeup, and theatrical makeup, based on the products used and the way it is applied.
One classification of makeup is everyday makeup. Everyday makeup is most commonly worn by women to enhance natural beauty. Examples of products include foundation, eye shadow, mascara, eyeliner, eye shadow, lip stick or gloss. While these products are interchangeable throughout most categories, everyday make up differs from medical and theatrical makeup mostly because of the application process. Everyday makeup is usually applied lightly and only accentuates natural facial features. For instance, foundation is worn to remove access oil from facial skin and mascara is used only to intensify one’s eyelashes. Both products enhance one’s natural beauty without dramatically altering it. Also, everyday makeup can be worn to either attract or divert attention towards are away from one’s attire. Wearing eye shadow and mascara, for example, can compliment one’s chosen outfits. However, this same product can also be used divert ones attention away from the clothes and towards the eyes and face. Another type of easily identified makeup is medical makeup. Medical makeup can be used by men and women. Products that are considered medical makeup are concealers, foundations, and powders. Contrary to common belief, concealer and foundation differ greatly from each other. A foundation is used to even out the skin tone setting a firm base to your makeup along with making your skin tone look even. A concealer is primarily used as a liquid to conceal the blemishes and scars. Usually thicker in texture, application of medical makeup lasts longer than regular makeup. It is most commonly used to cover up blemishes or reduce to appearance of rashes and can be used