Makeup as a Form of Self Expression

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Makeup as a Form of Self Expression

By Karla Rensch

The pursuit of image perfection is not something that began in modern times; it has evolved from primordial times. Nowadays, we see an enormous beauty industry, from the market directly linked to personal care to the vast cosmetics market, growing tremendously in all corners of the earth.

The history of cosmetics spans at least 7,000 years and is present in almost every society on earth. Cosmetic body art is argued to have been the earliest form of ritual in human culture.

Makeup stands out in the cosmetic arena. It is part of daily life for many modern and independent women, who fight for better positions in the job market and know that well-applied makeup can be an asset.

Cosmetics industries are expanding rapidly to meet the great consumer demand. Alongside this trend, a certain career has been markedly growing – makeup artists, and self-makeup teachers. These skilled professionals help women reveal all the secrets hidden in the thousands of cosmetic products available on the market and, more importantly, rediscover their beauty with the effects of makeup, which also helps boost their self-esteem.

Etiane Kemel, of Cachoeira, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, is a professional makeup artist and self-makeup instructor specializing in micropigmentation and eyebrow design. She works with beauty and aesthetics and believes that feeling beautiful is good for every woman. “Makeup products exist for that purpose, to make women feel beautiful, discover their strong traits and be encouraged to accentuate them so the world can see.”

Kemel believes that makeup is a tool that brings femininity. “Lipstick is not just a color on your lips; it is a tool that inspires courage, which makes a woman feel in control of her decisions.”

Kemel works at Maison Brazil SPA, located at 483 Federal Road, Brookfield, CT. To schedule a makeup appointment for holiday festivities, or to register for personal or group self-makeup classes, please call (860) 327-2289.

 

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December 19, 2018

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