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Our eyes are some of the most interesting parts of the human body. These tiny organs have a lot of power, they help us to process and learn information, they make it easier to navigate the world and they’ve even been called the “window to the soul” by many. Read on to find out some interesting facts about eyes.
October 31st isn’t just Halloween, it’s also National Magic Day! This day is a part of National Magic Week, a time to draw attention to the fun and delight of all things magic.
Halloween is a fun time of year, it’s a chance to show your creativity by dressing up as your favourite spooky characters. Make-up and costume paint are a brilliant way for beauty lovers to show your creativity, you also don’t necessarily need a high skill level to achieve these looks. TikTok and YouTube have a lot of Halloween makeup tutorials this time of year of many characters, from Cruella De Vil and Hocus Pocus to Wednesday Addams and Harley Quinn, there's something for everyone. Halloween is also a great time of year to experiment with coloured contact lenses, to give your costume that extra dose of realism. Here are some of our favourite Halloween makeup ideas to try in 2022.
Eye melanoma is a type of cancer that affects your eyes. It can also be called conjunctival, choroidal or ocular (uveal) melanoma, depending on which part of the eye it affects. Melanomas develop from cells called melanocytes, which are the cells that give our skin and eyes their colour. Sometimes these malignant cancer cells form on the surface of the eye, but they can also be inside the eye. Melanoma can happen on other parts of the body, most commonly on the skin. Melanoma can affect either the tissue around the eye or the eye itself. Cancer can also spread to the eyes from other parts of the body.