By Kate Keesmaat/The Washington Post/Getty ImagesThe last time I took a selfie, I was wearing a T-shirt that read “Makeup for the Future” on the front and “Fiber Optic” on my back.
And I was pretty impressed.
The T-shirts were a nice touch, but my makeup looked just as good, if not better, on the outside.
And that’s because fiber optic lenses are a relatively new, less expensive option for a woman looking to add an extra layer of definition to her face.
“I have no idea why people have gone so long without fiber optic glasses,” says Lauren Eubanks, a makeup artist in New York who’s been making fiber optic-ready makeup for over a decade.
“They’re the most versatile, the most affordable, and they’re pretty effective for the price point.”
While you can find many other products to help you add extra definition to your face, fiber optic can offer you a way to blend into your environment.
And when it comes to makeup, fiber optics can be a great way to create a natural look that doesn’t require a lot of expensive, high-tech materials.
Here are 10 reasons why fiber optic makes makeup so easy.
10 Benefits of Fiber Optic Lenses “Fibers are very light,” says Eubank, who has been making these types of lenses since she was in high school.
“The light they provide is so high that they don’t need any of the chemical makeup you use in your face.”
Eubacks and other makeup artists recommend using a fiber optic lens with a very fine mesh (think about using an eyelash brush to create the look of a fine choker).
And the way it absorbs light is similar to how your eyes work.
“Fluorescent lighting is very important,” she says.
“Because the light coming in through the fiber optic, it absorbs it so it’s actually very light absorbing.”
Fiber optic lenses also provide a unique effect, according to Eubicks.
They’re not as reflective as a regular lens, and since they’re a transparent glass, they’re more difficult to see.
This means that when you use a fiber optical lens, the reflections you’re seeing are actually the light from the glass.
“A lot of people just use a small, square piece of glass to put a fiber,” Eubans says.
But when you add fiber optic to your makeup, you can get a really natural, organic look.
“For people who like the idea of having the glass reflections, it adds a touch of pop and sparkle,” she adds.
“It’s kind of a nice contrast to what we’re used to seeing.”
For people who don’t like the glass reflection, Eubins says fiber optic offers a natural, soft look that looks natural and is easy to blend in.
Fiber optic lens lenses are available in a variety of sizes and can be used to make a wide variety of products, from makeup brushes to eye shadow pencils.
“We are selling a wide range of products with fiber optics,” says Melissa Coughlin, a spokesperson for Lush, a brand that sells fiber optic products.
“Most of our products are designed to compliment your complexion.
They include: eye shadows, lipsticks, blush, eyeshadows, bronzer, lip glosses, and more.”
If you’re looking to get the best results for your makeup by adding a fiber-optic lens to your routine, the best place to start is the Lush Beauty Lab.
The lab is a one-stop shop for makeup tutorials, skincare tips, and other tips for adding more definition to any face.
Lush also offers a line of products that include makeup brushes and eyeshadow pencils, as well as eye makeup products, hair color, makeup brushes, mascara, and a variety for dry skin.
“If you’re going to use a product from Lush to create your own look, it is recommended to purchase an eye shadow brush from the LUSH Beauty Lab,” says Jennifer Leung, spokesperson for The Beauty Lab, a Lush beauty company.
“This will make it easy to apply the product to your eyelashes, brows, and even your nose and mouth.”
A few things to keep in mind when it come to using fiber optics in your makeup: When you’re applying a fiber optics product, you should use it to blend it in.
When you apply a product, it should be applied using a very thin, even layer of product.
“You don’t want to overdo it,” Leung says.
Fiber optics can also give a more natural, subtle effect to your complexion, she adds, but if you’re sensitive to color, fiber should be avoided.
“Don’t use it if you don’t have a problem with it, and you’re not going to need it,” she advises.
“Just remember that you don-t want to use it unless you absolutely have