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Ever Wondered What The Symbols On Your Makeup Products Mean?

You might not know this about your favorite lip color. 

Ever Wondered What The Symbols On Your Makeup Products Mean?
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Let's face it, every girl loves her makeup kit. If you're anything like me, you tend to save up on daily expenses so that you can splurge on massive makeup products. Words like Lakme, MAC, Maybelline, Revlon, and Colorpop are used by you more than anything else. You've watched thousands of makeup tutorials online and you're probably the master of the art by now. 

Being a makeup addict is pretty awesome, but have you noticed the symbols on your makeup products? If you have, have you ever wondered what they mean? Here's a quick guide. 

Read also - Awesome Makeup Tricks That Will Make You Gorgeous In No Time 

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Some might be addicted to their electronics or to their fancy cars. But you're just happy with your makeup stuff. 

But before you use these products on your face, beware! 

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You should check something first. 

Have you noticed this symbol at the back of your products? 

Have you noticed this symbol at the back of your products? 
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You might have seen it, but do you know what it means? 

So look at the back of this lipstick. 

Spot anything unusual? The "12M" at the back of the product means the number of months the product will stay good. Basically, you have 12 months before the product expires. 

Oops. Did you know this fact? 

Oops. Did you know this fact? 
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Many of my makeup products are nearly 3 years old. This never occured to me. 

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Here's something you didn't know about eye shadow. 

Here's something you didn't know about eye shadow. 
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If you continue using expired eyeshadow, you might even contract eye infections. Do you really want to get into health complications due to makeup? 

Hair care products expire too. 

Hair care products expire too. 
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But what harm could be caused by using hair care products? Why do they have expiry dates? Nothing makes sense anymore. 

Here's a quick guide. 

Here's a quick guide. 
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If you can't remember when you opened new makeup products, we've got a quick trick for that as well.

Start writing down dates at which you open products. 

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That's the easiest way to protect yourself from expired makeup products.

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