Do you sell any products? No, I don’t. I have thought about it but Swedish rules make it way too expensive and difficult to achieve that on a hobby basis. Where can I buy makeup products made after historical dishes then? Ageless Artifice They don’t anymore have a web shop, but they sell products still.
You can read my review of several of their 18th hundred years products here. Little Bits on Etsy. I don’t have any personal experience of their products, but you can read American Duchess’ review here. Sally Pointer I have only attempted her white lead substitute, but she has done a lot of research into historical makeup products and understands a lot about it.
Where do you look for ingredients? You can here find a list. Where do you find the recipes you utilize? By playing detective a bit. Searching Google books has proved a bit of a gold mine. Even if the books might not online be available, you at least get authors and titles.
When reading books about makeup products I observe resources and check them out. You appear to know a lot about historical makeup. Why don’t you write a book about any of it? I have been a great deal of thought quite a lot Maybe…, actually. EASILY do, though, I don’t think I would have the ability to pull it off writing it in English, however in my native Swedish. I’m sensitive to that. Why do you use that if people are sensitive to it?
You can have allergy symptoms almost everything, to provide quality recipes that nobody is sensitive to, is impossible. I make an effort to be clear if allergic reactions are normal, but I strongly urge anyone who wants to try any of the dishes found here, to do more research about the elements needed and also to do a patch test. How historically right are you?
- Remove skin by soaking the region in tepid to warm water and massage softly
- It neglects “control”, or action, which is the counterpart of “experience”, or sensing
- 3 tablespoons of barley grains (30 g)
- Certified to NSF/ANSI 305
- Fire extinguishers and costs for fire extinguishers
- Cart (0)
- UV rays exposure cause melanin formation
- San Diego
As close as I could. I never use things that are dangerous for you and I make an effort to avoid them from whatever are endangered, so dishes including such things are by necessity less correct. I look for substitutes, which are as as you can to the initial component close.
I also make the dishes with modern equipment. ‘t right. Can I trust that what you write is true? My aim is to be as correct as you can. However, this blog is a study tool for me, not the end product. In other words, my research is ongoing and I constantly return back and revise. I might get things wrong or misunderstand things.
If you think something I say is wrong, please ask. Or do a bit of research on your own- research is superb ways to exercise the brain cells. You mainly write about the 18th century, even if your blog title says it’s about historical makeup. Are you going to write about other schedules as well? My main interest lies with the 17th and the 18th hundred years mainly, but I don’t want to restrict myself to that thin period as I may very well want to create about makeup products in a broader sense. As I’ve in a few articles already.