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This product has been reviewed and approved by Rabbi Yehuda Kelemer of West Hempstead according to the guidelines of Harav Moshe Feinstein zatzal as transmitted and endorsed by HaRav Dovid Feinstein shlita.

There are several melachos that you can transgress when applying regular makeup on Shabbos, for example, 
1) Tochein-Grinding   
2) Mimarayach/Mimachaik-Smearing or smoothing
3) Tzovaya-Coloring or dying

1) Tochein-Grinding

When you use your brush to "scrape" your compact powder to pick up product, it is considered grinding.
All our makeup is sold in crushed loose form and is not considered grinding.


2) MIMARAYACH/MIMACHAIK-SMOOTHING OR SMEARING OF A SOLID OR LIQUID.

Applying a lipstick, liquid foundation etc.. is considered smoothing or smearing.
Our makeup is all in loose powder form and contain no oils and is not considered smearing or smoothing.


3) TZOVAYA-COLORING  

Applying non Shabbos makeup is considered coloring.
IN ORDER FOR OUR MAKEUP TO BE PERMISSIBLE TO APPLY ON SHABBOS AND TO NOT BE CONSIDERED COLORING, THE FOLLOWING GUIDLINES ON HOW TO APPLY IT MUST BE FOLLOWED.

. Your face has to be clean and dry of any previous products. Applying a Shabbos blush on top of your non Shabbos cream foundation will cause the blush to have something to stick causing it to be a long lasting coloring. It is permissible to apply Shabbos makeup on top of Shabbos makeup.

. Each product and color needs a separate brush. If you use the same brush for two product you would be creating a third color on the brush which falls under the category of tzovaya, coloring.

. One color can not be applied on top of another color or next to each other causing them to blend. This would create a new color and fall under the category of tzovaya, coloring. An example of that is applying blush next to bronzer or blending two eyeshadows on your eyelid. Applying blush or bronzer on top of Shabbos foundation is permitted and is an exception to this rule.

Got questions? We have answers.

What  is  the  difference  between  7thDayShine  and  other  mineral  makeup  lines?  

The  main  difference  is  that  all  of  our  products  have  been  reviewed  and  approved  by  a Rabbi.  He  not  only  looked  at  the  ingredients  but  actually  tested  the  products  to  make  sure  they're  ok  to  apply  on  Shabbos.  There  may  be  other  mineral  lines  that  have  some  products  that  are  okay  but  if  they  haven’t  been  tested  by  a  rabbi  that  is  knowledgeable  in  this  area  you  definitely  should  not  use  them.    

How  well  does  the  makeup  hold  up?

It  varies  from  product  to  product  and  really  depends  on  your  skin.  If  you  apply  the  lip  powder  before  going  to  shul  or  a  simcha  it  should  generally  last  but  obviously  if  you're  eating  and  drinking  or  you  lick  your  lips  a  lot  it  will  come  off  quicker.  The  eyeliner  should  last  all  day,  but  it  will  start  to  fade.  But  remember,  you  can  re-apply  as  much  as  you  need  on  Shabbos  even  on  top  of  the  Shabbos  makeup  you  already  have  on.

Will  the  makeup  make  me  break  out?

It's  super  important  to  us  to  offer  products  with  completely  clean  ingredients.  There  are  no  oils,  harsh  chemicals  or  artificial  dyes  in  any  of  our  products.  You  can  even  apply  7thDayShine  on  top  of  you  facial,  chemical  peel  or  microdermabrasion.

I  notice  that  your  brushes  are  synthetic.  What  are  the  benefits  of  synthetic  brushes  over  natural  hair?  

For  starters  it  means  that  no  animals  were  hurt  in  the  making  of  these  brushes.  With  all  of  the  technological  advancements  synthetic  brushes  have  a  lot  of  advantages  over  natural  hair  brushes.  Natural  hair  has  cuticles  and  is  porous.  Makeup  gets  stuck  inside,  so  you  end  up  wasting  product.  This  also  makes  them  harder  to  clean  and  less  hygienic.  Synthetic  brushes  don't  have  these  problems  and  last  longer.

I  have  hard  time  applying  the  eyeliner  without  making  a  mess.  What  can  I  do  so  it  won't  be  so  messy?

It's  highly  pigmented  loose  powder  so  it  can  tend  to  get  messy,  but  it  cleans  up  easily.  For  starters,  put  a  tissue  under  the  container  so  you  can  just  roll  up  whatever  falls  and  throw  it  away.  For  the  application,  start  with  your  eyes  before  applying  the  rest  of  your  makeup  so  you  can  easily  wipe  away  whatever  falls  without  ruining  your  concealer  or  foundation.

Can  I  apply  7thDayShine  Shabbos  makeup  with  my  fingers  instead  of  a  brush?

You  can  but  why  would  you.  Your  fingers  are  great  tools  for  applying  creams,  but  this  is  loose  powder  and  a  brush  gives  you  much  better  control  for  product  placement.

Want to learn about the halacha?

This product has been reviewed and approved by Rabbi Yehuda Kelemer of West Heampstead according to the guidlines of Harav Moshe Feinstein zatzal as transmited and endorsed by HaRav Dovid Feinstein shlita.

*PLEASE NOTE, WHILE THE PRODUCT THEMSELVES ARE PERMISSABLE TO USE ON SHABBOS, IT IS THE WAY THE PRODUCTS ARE APPLIED THAT DETERMINES THE ALLOWED USAGE.

The melachos that you transgressed when putting on regular makeup on shabbos is 1- tochen (grinding) 2- mimarayach/mimachaik (smearing a solid or liquid) 3-tzoveya (coloring)

TZOVEYA (GRINDING)When you take your brush and go back and forth across your compact powder, be it blush , bronzer or eueshadow what your doing is is "grinding up" the makeup. All our makeup is sold in crushed loose form and allready ground up.

MIMARAYACH/MIMACHAIK
(SMEARING OF A SOLID OR LIQUID)Applying a lipsick or liquid foundation is considered smearing. All our products are oil free and not in cream or liquid form.


TZOVAYA (COLORING)  
Applying non shabbos makeup in its regular fashion is considered coloring. Its not only the product that is permisable for Shabbos its how you apply it that makes it not considered coloring.
- Your face has to be clean of any previous products. Applying a Shabbos blush on top of your non Shabbos cream foundation will cause the blush to have something to stick to as a result causing it to be long lasting. it is permissable to apply shabbos makeup on top of shabbos makeup.

- Each product and color needs a separate brush. If you use the same brush for two product you would be creating a third color on the brush which falls under the category of tzovaya, coloring.

- One color can not be applied on top of another color, therefore causing one color to color another color. An example of that is blush & bronzer or two eye shadows applied together (therefore creating a third color). Applying blush/bronzer on top of foundation is permitted and an exception to this rule.

Got questions? We have answers

Got questions? We have answers.

What  is  the  difference  between  7thDayShine  and  other  mineral  makeup  lines?  

The  main  difference  is  that  all  of  our  products  have  been  reviewed  and  approved  by  a Rabbi.  He  not  only  looked  at  the  ingredients  but  actually  tested  the  products  to  make  sure  they're  ok  to  apply  on  Shabbos.  There  may  be  other  mineral  lines  that  have  some  products  that  are  okay  but  if  they  haven’t  been  tested  by  a  rabbi  that  is  knowledgeable  in  this  area  you  definitely  should  not  use  them.    

How  well  does  the  makeup  hold  up?

It  varies  from  product  to  product  and  really  depends  on  your  skin.  If  you  apply  the  lip  powder  before  going  to  shul  or  a  simcha  it  should  generally  last  but  obviously  if  you're  eating  and  drinking  or  you  lick  your  lips  a  lot  it  will  come  off  quicker.  The  eyeliner  should  last  all  day,  but  it  will  start  to  fade.  But  remember,  you  can  re-apply  as  much  as  you  need  on  Shabbos  even  on  top  of  the  Shabbos  makeup  you  already  have  on.

Will  the  makeup  make  me  break  out?

It's  super  important  to  us  to  offer  products  with  completely  clean  ingredients.  There  are  no  oils,  harsh  chemicals  or  artificial  dyes  in  any  of  our  products.  You  can  even  apply  7thDayShine  on  top  of  you  facial,  chemical  peel  or  microdermabrasion.

I  notice  that  your  brushes  are  synthetic.  What  are  the  benefits  of  synthetic  brushes  over  natural  hair?  

For  starters  it  means  that  no  animals  were  hurt  in  the  making  of  these  brushes.  With  all  of  the  technological  advancements  synthetic  brushes  have  a  lot  of  advantages  over  natural  hair  brushes.  Natural  hair  has  cuticles  and  is  porous.  Makeup  gets  stuck  inside,  so  you  end  up  wasting  product.  This  also  makes  them  harder  to  clean  and  less  hygienic.  Synthetic  brushes  don't  have  these  problems  and  last  longer.

I  have  hard  time  applying  the  eyeliner  without  making  a  mess.  What  can  I  do  so  it  won't  be  so  messy?

It's  highly  pigmented  loose  powder  so  it  can  tend  to  get  messy,  but  it  cleans  up  easily.  For  starters,  put  a  tissue  under  the  container  so  you  can  just  roll  up  whatever  falls  and  throw  it  away.  For  the  application,  start  with  your  eyes  before  applying  the  rest  of  your  makeup  so  you  can  easily  wipe  away  whatever  falls  without  ruining  your  concealer  or  foundation.

Can  I  apply  7thDayShine  Shabbos  makeup  with  my  fingers  instead  of  a  brush?

You  can  but  why  would  you.  Your  fingers  are  great  tools  for  applying  creams,  but  this  is  loose  powder  and  a  brush  gives  you  much  better  control  for  product  placement.

Want to learn about the halacha?

This product has been reviewed and approved by Rabbi Yehuda Kelemer of West Heampstead according to the guidlines of Harav Moshe Feinstein zatzal as transmited and endorsed by HaRav Dovid Feinstein shlita.

*PLEASE NOTE, WHILE THE PRODUCT THEMSELVES ARE PERMISSABLE TO USE ON SHABBOS, IT IS THE WAY THE PRODUCTS ARE APPLIED THAT DETERMINES THE ALLOWED USAGE.

The melachos that you transgressed when putting on regular makeup on shabbos is 1- tochen (grinding) 2- mimarayach/mimachaik (smearing a solid or liquid) 3-tzoveya (coloring)

TZOVEYA (GRINDING)When you take your brush and go back and forth across your compact powder, be it blush , bronzer or eueshadow what your doing is is "grinding up" the makeup. All our makeup is sold in crushed loose form and allready ground up.

MIMARAYACH/MIMACHAIK
(SMEARING OF A SOLID OR LIQUID)Applying a lipsick or liquid foundation is considered smearing. All our products are oil free and not in cream or liquid form.


TZOVAYA (COLORING)  
Applying non shabbos makeup in its regular fashion is considered coloring. Its not only the product that is permisable for Shabbos its how you apply it that makes it not considered coloring.
- Your face has to be clean of any previous products. Applying a Shabbos blush on top of your non Shabbos cream foundation will cause the blush to have something to stick to as a result causing it to be long lasting. it is permissable to apply shabbos makeup on top of shabbos makeup.

- Each product and color needs a separate brush. If you use the same brush for two product you would be creating a third color on the brush which falls under the category of tzovaya, coloring.

- One color can not be applied on top of another color, therefore causing one color to color another color. An example of that is blush & bronzer or two eye shadows applied together (therefore creating a third color). Applying blush/bronzer on top of foundation is permitted and an exception to this rule.

+ What is the difference between 7thDayShine and other mineral makeup lines?

+ How well does the makeup hold up?

+ Will the makeup make me break out?

+ I notice that your brushes are synthetic. What are the benefits of synthetic brushes over natural hair?

+ I have hard time applying the eyeliner without making a mess. What can I do so it won't be so messy?

+ Can I apply 7thDayShine Shabbos makeup with my fingers instead of a brush?

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Got questions? We have answers.

What  is  the  difference  between  7thDayShine  and  other  mineral  makeup  lines?  

The  main  difference  is  that  all  of  our  products  have  been  reviewed  and  approved  by  a Rabbi.  He  not  only  looked  at  the  ingredients  but  actually  tested  the  products  to  make  sure  they're  ok  to  apply  on  Shabbos.  There  may  be  other  mineral  lines  that  have  some  products  that  are  okay  but  if  they  haven’t  been  tested  by  a  rabbi  that  is  knowledgeable  in  this  area  you  definitely  should  not  use  them.    

How  well  does  the  makeup  hold  up?

It  varies  from  product  to  product  and  really  depends  on  your  skin.  If  you  apply  the  lip  powder  before  going  to  shul  or  a  simcha  it  should  generally  last  but  obviously  if  you're  eating  and  drinking  or  you  lick  your  lips  a  lot  it  will  come  off  quicker.  The  eyeliner  should  last  all  day,  but  it  will  start  to  fade.  But  remember,  you  can  re-apply  as  much  as  you  need  on  Shabbos  even  on  top  of  the  Shabbos  makeup  you  already  have  on.

Will  the  makeup  make  me  break  out?

It's  super  important  to  us  to  offer  products  with  completely  clean  ingredients.  There  are  no  oils,  harsh  chemicals  or  artificial  dyes  in  any  of  our  products.  You  can  even  apply  7thDayShine  on  top  of  you  facial,  chemical  peel  or  microdermabrasion.

I  notice  that  your  brushes  are  synthetic.  What  are  the  benefits  of  synthetic  brushes  over  natural  hair?  

For  starters  it  means  that  no  animals  were  hurt  in  the  making  of  these  brushes.  With  all  of  the  technological  advancements  synthetic  brushes  have  a  lot  of  advantages  over  natural  hair  brushes.  Natural  hair  has  cuticles  and  is  porous.  Makeup  gets  stuck  inside,  so  you  end  up  wasting  product.  This  also  makes  them  harder  to  clean  and  less  hygienic.  Synthetic  brushes  don't  have  these  problems  and  last  longer.

I  have  hard  time  applying  the  eyeliner  without  making  a  mess.  What  can  I  do  so  it  won't  be  so  messy?

It's  highly  pigmented  loose  powder  so  it  can  tend  to  get  messy,  but  it  cleans  up  easily.  For  starters,  put  a  tissue  under  the  container  so  you  can  just  roll  up  whatever  falls  and  throw  it  away.  For  the  application,  start  with  your  eyes  before  applying  the  rest  of  your  makeup  so  you  can  easily  wipe  away  whatever  falls  without  ruining  your  concealer  or  foundation.

Can  I  apply  7thDayShine  Shabbos  makeup  with  my  fingers  instead  of  a  brush?

You  can  but  why  would  you.  Your  fingers  are  great  tools  for  applying  creams,  but  this  is  loose  powder  and  a  brush  gives  you  much  better  control  for  product  placement.

Want to learn about the halacha?

This product has been reviewed and approved by Rabbi Yehuda Kelemer of West Heampstead according to the guidlines of Harav Moshe Feinstein zatzal as transmited and endorsed by HaRav Dovid Feinstein shlita.

*PLEASE NOTE, WHILE THE PRODUCT THEMSELVES ARE PERMISSABLE TO USE ON SHABBOS, IT IS THE WAY THE PRODUCTS ARE APPLIED THAT DETERMINES THE ALLOWED USAGE.

The melachos that you transgressed when putting on regular makeup on shabbos is 1- tochen (grinding) 2- mimarayach/mimachaik (smearing a solid or liquid) 3-tzoveya (coloring)

TZOVEYA (GRINDING)When you take your brush and go back and forth across your compact powder, be it blush , bronzer or eueshadow what your doing is is "grinding up" the makeup. All our makeup is sold in crushed loose form and allready ground up.

MIMARAYACH/MIMACHAIK
(SMEARING OF A SOLID OR LIQUID)Applying a lipsick or liquid foundation is considered smearing. All our products are oil free and not in cream or liquid form.


TZOVAYA (COLORING)  
Applying non shabbos makeup in its regular fashion is considered coloring. Its not only the product that is permisable for Shabbos its how you apply it that makes it not considered coloring.
- Your face has to be clean of any previous products. Applying a Shabbos blush on top of your non Shabbos cream foundation will cause the blush to have something to stick to as a result causing it to be long lasting. it is permissable to apply shabbos makeup on top of shabbos makeup.

- Each product and color needs a separate brush. If you use the same brush for two product you would be creating a third color on the brush which falls under the category of tzovaya, coloring.

- One color can not be applied on top of another color, therefore causing one color to color another color. An example of that is blush & bronzer or two eye shadows applied together (therefore creating a third color). Applying blush/bronzer on top of foundation is permitted and an exception to this rule.

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What  is  the  difference  between  7thDayShine  and  other  mineral  makeup  lines?  

The  main  difference  is  that  all  of  our  products  have  been  reviewed  and  approved  by  a Rabbi.  He  not  only  looked  at  the  ingredients  but  actually  tested  the  products  to  make  sure  they're  ok  to  apply  on  Shabbos.  There  may  be  other  mineral  lines  that  have  some  products  that  are  okay  but  if  they  haven’t  been  tested  by  a  rabbi  that  is  knowledgeable  in  this  area  you  definitely  should  not  use  them.    

How  well  does  the  makeup  hold  up?

It  varies  from  product  to  product  and  really  depends  on  your  skin.  If  you  apply  the  lip  powder  before  going  to  shul  or  a  simcha  it  should  generally  last  but  obviously  if  you're  eating  and  drinking  or  you  lick  your  lips  a  lot  it  will  come  off  quicker.  The  eyeliner  should  last  all  day,  but  it  will  start  to  fade.  But  remember,  you  can  re-apply  as  much  as  you  need  on  Shabbos  even  on  top  of  the  Shabbos  makeup  you  already  have  on.

Will  the  makeup  make  me  break  out?

It's  super  important  to  us  to  offer  products  with  completely  clean  ingredients.  There  are  no  oils,  harsh  chemicals  or  artificial  dyes  in  any  of  our  products.  You  can  even  apply  7thDayShine  on  top  of  you  facial,  chemical  peel  or  microdermabrasion.

I  notice  that  your  brushes  are  synthetic.  What  are  the  benefits  of  synthetic  brushes  over  natural  hair?  

For  starters  it  means  that  no  animals  were  hurt  in  the  making  of  these  brushes.  With  all  of  the  technological  advancements  synthetic  brushes  have  a  lot  of  advantages  over  natural  hair  brushes.  Natural  hair  has  cuticles  and  is  porous.  Makeup  gets  stuck  inside,  so  you  end  up  wasting  product.  This  also  makes  them  harder  to  clean  and  less  hygienic.  Synthetic  brushes  don't  have  these  problems  and  last  longer.

I  have  hard  time  applying  the  eyeliner  without  making  a  mess.  What  can  I  do  so  it  won't  be  so  messy?

It's  highly  pigmented  loose  powder  so  it  can  tend  to  get  messy,  but  it  cleans  up  easily.  For  starters,  put  a  tissue  under  the  container  so  you  can  just  roll  up  whatever  falls  and  throw  it  away.  For  the  application,  start  with  your  eyes  before  applying  the  rest  of  your  makeup  so  you  can  easily  wipe  away  whatever  falls  without  ruining  your  concealer  or  foundation.

Can  I  apply  7thDayShine  Shabbos  makeup  with  my  fingers  instead  of  a  brush?

You  can  but  why  would  you.  Your  fingers  are  great  tools  for  applying  creams,  but  this  is  loose  powder  and  a  brush  gives  you  much  better  control  for  product  placement.

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This product has been reviewed and approved by Rabbi Yehuda Kelemer of West Heampstead according to the guidlines of Harav Moshe Feinstein zatzal as transmited and endorsed by HaRav Dovid Feinstein shlita.

*PLEASE NOTE, WHILE THE PRODUCT THEMSELVES ARE PERMISSABLE TO USE ON SHABBOS, IT IS THE WAY THE PRODUCTS ARE APPLIED THAT DETERMINES THE ALLOWED USAGE.

The melachos that you transgressed when putting on regular makeup on shabbos is 1- tochen (grinding) 2- mimarayach/mimachaik (smearing a solid or liquid) 3-tzoveya (coloring)

TZOVEYA (GRINDING)When you take your brush and go back and forth across your compact powder, be it blush , bronzer or eueshadow what your doing is is "grinding up" the makeup. All our makeup is sold in crushed loose form and allready ground up.

MIMARAYACH/MIMACHAIK
(SMEARING OF A SOLID OR LIQUID)Applying a lipsick or liquid foundation is considered smearing. All our products are oil free and not in cream or liquid form.


TZOVAYA (COLORING)  
Applying non shabbos makeup in its regular fashion is considered coloring. Its not only the product that is permisable for Shabbos its how you apply it that makes it not considered coloring.
- Your face has to be clean of any previous products. Applying a Shabbos blush on top of your non Shabbos cream foundation will cause the blush to have something to stick to as a result causing it to be long lasting. it is permissable to apply shabbos makeup on top of shabbos makeup.

- Each product and color needs a separate brush. If you use the same brush for two product you would be creating a third color on the brush which falls under the category of tzovaya, coloring.

- One color can not be applied on top of another color, therefore causing one color to color another color. An example of that is blush & bronzer or two eye shadows applied together (therefore creating a third color). Applying blush/bronzer on top of foundation is permitted and an exception to this rule.