Video Imaging in the Measurement of Makeup Efficacy and Performance

Video Imaging in the Measurement of Makeup Efficacy and Performance

May 6, 2003 | By: Rodolphe Korichi, LVMH Lab R&D
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Title: Video Imaging in the Measurement of Makeup Efficacy and Performance
color cosmeticsx video imagingx efficacy testingx claimsx substantiationx makeupx mascarax lipstickx foundationx nailsx
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Makeup was created in the Middle East 5,000 years ago in order to give a more attractive appearance. All Egyptians of antiquity used makeup. The superior eyelid was covered with galene (lead sulfite, PbS), the eye was underlined with a line of malachite and the lips were colored in pink. Other makeup (such as powders) was used as protection from the dry, sunny climate and for medical care.