I know I might keep saying it but there are just so many amazing and cool things to write about that I can’t possibly run out of them anytime soon!
As always you’ve all been extremely nice about the articles that I’ve been posting so I’d like to take this moment to say thank you to everybody that reads them and hopefully they really do help you learn a little something new each time.
Makeup is an interesting topic to go over when trying to figure out how things have changed over the years and although cosmetics changing so much that there’s nothing weird about seeing Percy Nobleman’s moustache wax next to your usual girl’s products is nothing new; the last century of change has been the most drastic when it comes to both the speed of change and the variety of styles for women. Let’s take a general look at the makeups which you might not be all that familiar with.
In the 20’s the first idea of the “artificial face” sprang up. The idea was pale skin, bright red lips, and of course startling eyes to complete the look. Women started carrying around a lot of the essential products you might find in a girl’s purse nowadays. Special mentions go the push up tube of lipstick and cake mascara. The presence of these in every bag probably comes from the fact that they started getting mass produced.
Hollywood popularized the more feminine look around this time. The most notable product of the decade would probably be the eyeliner pencil that came out which led to the contouring of the eye we’re fairly more familiar with nowadays. The idea of extending out the shape of the eye with a triangle outward from the tear ducts gave a more feminine effect on your whole look.
Up-do hairstyles, the reddest lipstick ever seen and nails made to match, and that arched eyebrow style which I personally don’t get but hey everybody (any decade in this case) has got their own style. The idea back then was simplicity since around this time women started going off to work and help the war effort.
The 50’s were very much the pink years. Pink shadow and reddish pink lipstick became more popular around this time. Another breakthrough which might be worth mentioning were the cream foundations and shadows which overtook the more popular powders from the previous decades.
Two words. False eyelashes. They were insanely popular for the first time which could be brought up for discussion. Honestly the 60’s also jumped back a lot to the 20’s so it would be the first discussed example of a look being “retro” focused.
The rate of growth in technology is something that is impossible to measure. It’s almost inconceivable to think of a world which is even more technologically advanced than this one – yet at the same time we have to accept that the world will likely be very different even in as little as 5-10 years.
Well, we cannot stop it, all we can do is embrace it – just like what I said in my previous post.
Have you enjoyed reading it by the way? I really hope you have!
More are on the way so don’t worry.
Ever heard of the term ‘survival of the fittest’? Perhaps at school or somewhere else? I bet you have. It makes you think about how best to fit in, cope and survive. I believe, literally speaking, the world sort of is the ‘survival of the fittest’ in a way.
Let us talk about our roles in the modernization of the world through technology. The reason why I brought this up is because we sometimes don’t notice that we are actually exposed to newly created things or product from time to time. Haven’t you given any thought to how we came to use phones so easily or how we casually change our ways and deviating from common and accustomed things to help us deal with certain matters?
It’s safe to say that we are now existing in a modern world wherein we are empowered with new technology. Everything has become easier and much more convenient for us now.
I believe people are born curious and imaginative in different ways. I believe technology has always been there throughout, it’s just a matter of exploring more and surrounding yourself with curiosity to discover new technology.
Come to think of it, I remember reading in various history books that people way back never even used proper clothing, let alone proper tools. Their hygiene wouldn’t have been great either, but nevertheless they still survived until they reached their end. People learn and find ways to come up with new necessities in life by experimenting until they discover what suits them best.
Some time ago, due to consequences of failing to communicate easily with each other because of distance, people started to use various ways to lessen the burden of being disconnected from each other, until that is, the telephone was invented.
Can you imagine yourself being alive that long ago? Without the advanced products we are enjoying right now? Despite many things already existed in ancient times, like cosmetics for example, but not at the level or technology that they exist today. Before, they were happy with using a knife to cut their hair and beard, but now, we have razors, and we even have shaving cream that can be used to shave your facial hair.
These are only a few of the benefits we get from the innovation caused by technology. That is why I think we should be thankful for it. It makes our lives easier and more convenient.
Just a quick message here to say sorry that I’ve been out for a bit of time. I’ve been spending my time reviewing the salient facts that I’m basing my next post on. I’m trying my best to be as productive as possible in all honesty.
Expect a splendid read coming soon!
Our modern world is a place of constant change. Technology never ceases to amaze me, and I am constantly impressed by the improvements and innovations we have right now. I believe we just have to embrace these innovations and continue to enjoy the convenience and the quality of life it gives to us.
The world of cosmetics is just one of those areas that is being highly affected by Science and Technology. This is having an effect on many of the industries readily available products, such as makeup and skincare. I know that cosmetics existed before technology was so advanced. For example, in Ancient Egypt the people pioneered the use of natural cosmetics like milk to improve their skin texture. But the quality of cosmetics we are using today is very different to what they had in ancient times. As the years have gone by, the industry is improving and becoming more advanced. Products are now made with better ingredients and improved formulations, resulting in essentially, better quality produce.
One cosmetic product that I believe has been innovated multiple times over since then is beard wash. It’s main purpose is to keep your beard nice and clean, but all the while this product is continuously being innovated and changed. More and more unique washes are being produced, some with different scents and other added benefits.
I know many companies are competing and doing extensive research on how to improve it so they can boast of producing the best Beard Shampoo available in the world. With all this competition, it is pretty safe to say that technology is playing quite a big role in the innovation. One side effect of this, as a consumer, is that it is now considered normal to be more careful when buying a product and checking over the ingredients before purchasing.
It’s important to make ourselves ready for new innovations that Science and Technology can bring. As long as it doesn’t hurt us, then I believe we should be grateful for this modern world.
I just wanted to quickly drop in and say sorry for my recent lack of presence.
I’ve just finished taking an incredibly long break due to unforeseen circumstances, and I’m aiming to turn this site around and produce some very high quality content for anyone who is reading. New one up soon!
As promised, all my posts will go over groundbreaking technological advancements that are emerging across the globe.
When we hear the word ‘technology’ we tend to think of computers, robots and satellites in the sky.
We often forget that technology also refers to advancements in non-electrical products, and the use of these products.
Like it’s electrical counterpart, non-electrical technology is still advancing at an incredible rate.
It affects almost every industry. One such industry it is constantly affecting is makeup, beauty and skincare.
Manufacturers and brands are year in year out consistently finding new and innovative ways of not only packaging their products, but also applying them too.
One product that has recently started being used in a new and different way is makeup setters.
Traditionally, powders have been used to help set makeup. History shows this, as there is evidence that makeup powders doubt as far back as ancient Egypt.
Nowadays though they are growing less and less popular, as the beauty industry has discovered an easier and more practical way of setting makeup in place.
In the last few decades, setting sprays have become much more commonplace. It’s function is similar to that of a powder – to help keep your makeup in place across the course of the day, but it’s ease of application is what really sets it apart.
Unlike powders that take a few minutes to apply, and almost always end up in having to clean your makeup sponge, sprays are instantaneous. All you need to do is spritz your face once or twice with the formula and that usually does the trick.
There are many different types available on the high street and on the web. I personally think it’s important to find one that also contains hydrating and skin soothing properties. For that reason I believe that this makeup setting spray is the best option out there at the moment. I first tried it about 6 months ago, and haven’t purchased a different spray since.
To round this up, it’s important to keep an eye on how technology is advancing everywhere, even within the beauty industry. I hope this small insight was worth reading and engaging enough to keep you coming back for more interesting posts.
Hello, my name is Juan.
Ever since I was a young man I’ve always had a fascination with technology. I do not work in the technological sphere, but I spend a great deal of my free time reading and learning about it. For years now I’ve thought about starting my own blog, and I finally decided to bite the bullet and do it!
I’ll try my best to post at least once a month, and will be writing about upcoming and groundbreaking innovations in the world of technology.