What does ‘model decoration’ mean?
Model decoration, also known as decoration, is a term used in the cosmetic industry to describe products which can be applied to a body part to give a look of natural beauty.
It is a way of using modelling plastic to achieve a unique effect, rather than relying on a simple metallic or clear plastic.
A model decoration may be applied directly to the skin, or to the face and/or body area, or may be placed over or on the skin or body.
For example, a model decoration can be used as a make-up base, as a blush, or on top of a face.
It can be made by hand, by machine or by combining the techniques of many different techniques.
There are different types of model decoration, but all involve a base of a model or an object.
For example, plastic modelling flowers can be decorated with models of flowers, and then a plastic model is placed over the flowers.
Model decoration is used to give the appearance of natural or natural-looking beauty, and can be very effective in creating a unique appearance.
It can also be used to create a unique feel to a product, which is very important to some models.
Some models may be able to create the illusion of a natural glow or glow-in-the-dark effect, while others may have an even more dramatic effect.
Many brands, from beauty products to cosmetics, use model decoration to create an illusion of natural looking skin.
The term model decoration is also used in some other fields, such as fashion and design, where the use of plastic modelling objects and/ or makeup can be seen as a way to enhance the natural look of a product.
This article first appeared on HuffPost UK.