We all know how popular some cosmetics are in EVE Online.
However, we’ve also all seen that some of these are not always the most appealing or fun to use.
To find out which cosmetics you should always be using and why, we asked some EVE players what they consider to be the top cosmetics in the game.
We’re always on the lookout for more EVE cosmetics articles to feature and have compiled this list of our favourite cosmetics in EO.
We’ve included some of EVE’s biggest brands such as Obsidian Entertainment, Obsidian, CCP, CCP Games, and CCP Games Entertainment.
Here’s what the cosmetics experts had to say:”Naked cosmetic” is the term used by EVE cosmetics community members to describe a cosmetic which does not have any cosmetics associated with it.
This includes cosmetics from third-party websites, including cosmetics from a cosmetics manufacturer, but also cosmetic items such as brushes, eyeliners, eyelashes, eye makeup, and eyelash accessories.
There is also a few cosmetics that have been developed by third-parties.
These include cosmetic items from companies such as the Eve Online Store (EUS), the Eve Marketplace (EVE), and the Eve Trading Network (ETN).
“Tattoos” is another term for cosmetics.
They are cosmetics that do not have the same associated cosmetic items as the cosmetics on this list.
“Eye cosmetics” include eye makeup and eye shadow.
This category includes cosmetics that you could buy for free, but would not be the most attractive or fun-to-use cosmetic to wear.
“Eyelash accessories” include mascara, brow pencils, and lipsticks.
“Bath and body” cosmetics include hair, makeup, eye shadow, and body polish.
This can include eyebrow, eyeliner, and cheek shadow.
“Skin care” cosmetics are cosmetics which are made for skin care products, and include cosmetics made for hair care, makeup and body.
This is the same category as the “Body” category, but the skin care category includes products made for makeup and skin care.
“Pumps” cosmetics includes hair sprays, facial and body sprays.
“Body sprays” are cosmetics made to help make your skin look nice, and includes products that help you to maintain the appearance of a fuller look.
“Face masks” include face powders, body lotions, lipsticks, and more.
“Shampoo and conditioner” cosmetics can be used to help keep your skin looking moisturised and soft.
“Makeup” cosmetics contain skincare and body care products such as foundation, concealer, conceal, lip products, or any other type of product that you would want to use to help maintain your appearance.
“Cleanser” and “body lotion” are also cosmetics that can be made to act as body lotion or body scrub.
“Glitter” is cosmetic products that can either be applied to skin or be placed in a cosmetic container.
“Tin nail polish” is also cosmetic products which are applied to the nail to help it shine.
“Hair dye” is a cosmetic that is used to give the appearance that you are a different person.
It can be applied as a hair colour, or it can be placed as a tattoo.
“Facial cosmetics” are cosmetic products made to enhance the look of a face, or to help improve the appearance and feel of a specific facial feature.
“Head scrunch” is skin-care products that are used to smooth out your facial hair and make it look like it’s softer and more rounded.
“Dental care” is cosmetics made specifically for dentists.
“Toothbrush” is made for using toothpaste and gum, or used as a mouthwash.
“Lip gloss” is makeup for lips and is applied in various ways to enhance your appearance, or in a different colour.
“Sunscreen” is lip balm or a lip gloss.
“Mouth wash” is mouthwash that you apply to the lips.
“Fragrance” is any cosmetic that contains perfume.
“Oral care” can include toothpaste, mouthwash, cleanser, mouthwashes, and so on.
“Emulsion” is an ingredient that helps bind products together to make them easier to use and easier to wipe down.
“Exfoliator” is used in the face for exfoliating the face and to clean the skin.
“Soothing lotion,” “gel” is moisturiser.
“Blend product” is some cosmetic product that is made to give your skin a healthy, healthy glow.
“Conditioner” is hair product.
“Aqua” is water, or “Aeration” is air.
“Enamel paint” is paint applied to your skin, and is sometimes called a paint brush.
“Gel wash” or “water bath” is applied to prevent discoloration.
“Liquid lip gloss” can be a cosmetic