Cleaning out your makeup collection

Katie Hinderer | 18 March 2010
The makeup and the supplies you use to apply it aren't eternal. They do have a limited lifespan and whether the bottles, tins and tubes are empty or not you need to consider pitching the older stuff. This will help avoid infections as well as keep you looking fresh and beautiful.
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