These beauty brands are making major donations to support communities in need during the coronavirus pandemic
“Social distancing is deliberately increasing the physical space between people to avoid spreading illness. Staying at least six feet away from other people lessens your chances of catching COVID-19.” Makeup artists, nail artists, hair stylists, and aestheticians are directly impacted by social distancing and the corona virus.
For those who do not feel comfortable purchasing product without testing,
Ulta and Sephora have encouraged the use of their digital make up services. The digital makeup services offer varying cosmetics for the skin, lips, eyes, mouth, and cheeks to sample virtually.
Makeup wipes are a method of removing cosmetics from the epidermis. Byrdie.com describes makeup wipes as, “single-use cloths soaked with facial cleanser and/or makeup remover to rid skin of the day’s beauty products, not to mention any remnants of dirt or debris”.
According to the FDA, makeup wipes are classified as a cosmetic due to it’s use as a personal cleansing product.