In broader sense, there are two types of visually impaired; one is totally blind at birth, and the other developed gradual blindness as life goes on. The former is “congenital visually impaired,” and the latter “acquired visually impaired.” The former is unable to see at all from the birth and the blindness starts there, on the other hand the latter is at first able to see but as life goes on either sudden loss of sight or the gradual loss of sight. The latter has different degree of blindness or has different symptoms of visual impaired.
As teaching blind makeup to those who acquired gradual blindness, I came to realization that everyone has different degree of sight. Thus, all have different ADL (activity of daily life) and QOL (quality of life), and different history on makeup and had different desires on makeup. It is important to see these differences and thus conduct lessons with different speeds and different hours and frequencies of lessons, namely conduct individually suited lessons.
Those who are taking blind makeup lessons all differ in age and appearance, likes and dislikes of color and styles, even the shapes of faces, shapes eye brow or shapes of lips; all differ in every aspect of it. Thus, you understand how difficult it is to decide the lesson types and colors/shades of cosmetics. For these reasons, lessons become individual lessons by the makeup trainers.
At the conclusion of the book, I gathered “blind makeup and its guidance.” I understand that words themselves cannot make possible for anyone to be able to apply makeup. This is only a general information and guideline for the visually impaired, and it is to solve the question on how and why the visually impaired do makeup.