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Rouge is one of must-have instruments of female makeup.

For beauty-pursuing female, silver jewelry is indispensable.

When it comes to silver jewelry and rouge, it sounds like that maintenance of silver jewelry having nothing to do with rouge. This is not the case. Some females can’t wait to buy new rouge while the rouge on the hand is not used up and not expired in shelf life, put it aside, remember to use it for fear of waste after a period of time, but concern about adverse effect when it’s used with new rouge. In fact, it’s safe to reuse rouge not thinned, bled, discolored and smelled after use. If you don’t feel safe, use it in another way! For example, used rouge is a good polisher of silver jewelry

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