Have you ever had the asmr make up tingles?
It’s a thing!
Autonomous sensory meridian response is a calming, pleasurable sensation often accompanied by a tingling sensation.
According to dictionary.com this tingle is said to originate in a person’s head and spread to the spine (and sometimes the limbs) in response to stimulation.
The stimuli that trigger Autonomous sensory meridian vary from person to person. Some of the most common ones include whispers, white noise, lip smacking, having a person’s complete attention (as in having one’s hair cut by a hairdresser), as well as brushing, chewing, tapping, scratching, and crinkling. And of course putting on Make up
Think about it. You’ve got heat and light, touch, smell, sensation and maybe also someone touching you softly. ASMR makeup is totally a thing!
ASMR Doing Your Makeup (Personal Attention, Face brushing, Face touching, Tapping…)