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"Dior? It's show-off. Why pay more?" The makeup artist of Iryna Bilyk, Zlata Ognevich and other stars advised how to choose budget cosmetics

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Makeup artist Yegor Andryushin explained the advantages of budget cosmetics. Source: Instagram @egor_mua

Ukrainian celebrity makeup artist Yegor Andriushin, whose clients include Zlata Ognevich, Iryna Bilyk and others, explained the advantages of budget cosmetics. The expert also named the criteria for choosing makeup products.

Andriushyn spoke about this in an interview with UWN. He also called branded makeup products pompous.

First of all, the makeup artist says, you should pay attention to the composition: if it contains harmful components, you shouldn't choose this cosmetic. "Because even if it goes on your face normally, in a year you will have a face full of crumbs and irritation, etc., I can't recommend it," the expert argues.

''Dior? It's show-off. Why pay more?'' The makeup artist of Iryna Bilyk, Zlata Ognevich and other stars advised how to choose budget cosmetics

The second point is, of course, how the product fits on the skin. Thanks to his experience in testing both luxury and affordable cosmetics, Andriushin notes that he knows a lot about this topic. "I know many people who believe that if it's not Dior or something else, it's not cosmetics. It's just pomp, that's all. Why pay more? The result is the same, as Verka Serdyuchka used to say," the makeup artist summarized.

''Dior? It's show-off. Why pay more?'' The makeup artist of Iryna Bilyk, Zlata Ognevich and other stars advised how to choose budget cosmetics

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