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Mascara Mascara a product that has been a part of womens make-up routine for thousands of years but was not officially sold to consumers until 1913 TL Williams created the first official mascara made of vaseline jelly and coal dust for his sister In 1915 he founded the company Maybelline named after his sister Mabel and Vaseline Mascara was not always as we know it today Before the 1950s it was sold in cake form Thank goodness today it is much easier to use Unfortunately it cost a lot more today then it did then with the average cost being between 350-400 compared to 10c Today we are overwhelmed by the different brands colors and application brushes but one wonders if it is as safe as we think for our eyes I decided to do my project on whether or not mold will grow from mascara I wanted to know if you wear mascara and do not wash your face every night will bacteria grow on your eyelashes My favorite part was shopping for the different mascaras and finding out if it was safe to use I learned that mascara does grow bacteria and you should never be lazy about washing your face My project was unexpectedly smelly as each day went by the odor from the mold got so intense we had to put it outside This project was difficult to do because it got very hard to keep track of the results it got hard to look at and to count the bacterial colonies Im not sure how you could do this project differently because you have to count the bacterial colonies maybe you could wear a mask to do the counting of the bacterias and diffently keep it outside From my data I learned that the least expensive mascara NYC grew the most colonies and the most expensive Loreal grew the least Maybelline was a good runner up to NYC but
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