Happy Lipstick Day!

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Follow my blog with Bloglovin [caption id="attachment_371" align="alignnone" width="660"]Wishing all the Pretty Girl's a Happy Lipstick Day! Wishing all the Pretty Girl's a Happy Lipstick Day![/caption] Today is Lipstick Day! Are you buying a new Lipstick or wearing your favorite one? I thought we should know a bit more about the history one of our favorite beauty products: LIPSTICK! First manmade lipsticks appeared around four to five thousand years ago in Ancient Mesopotamia. Women there used to grind precious gems and decorate lips with their dust. Powerful and wealthy Ancient Egyptians used lipsticks regularly. It is said that Cleopatra liked red lipstick. “Kiss of Death” is a term that is commonly associated with lipstick. It was coined because of the Some civilizations did not allow women to appear in public without extensive facial makeup. Japanese for example. 80% of the American women regularly wear lipstick and over 25% won’t leave house without wearing it. Lipsticks have expiration date and can become rancid. Storing them in fridges can prolong their life. Main ingredients of modern lipsticks are waxes (even natural beeswax), oils, pigments and emollients. For protecting lips against elements, lipsticks and lip gloss can also have vitamin E, collagen, amino acids, aloe vera, sunscreen and moisturizers. For the long time in European Middle Ages, red lipsticks was associated with Satan worshiping. During dark and middle ages in Europe, lipsticks were often viewed as a fashion accessory of prostitutes and lower class women. The only time when it was used in high circles was during and shortly after the reign of English Queen Elizabeth I. Lip Gloss was introduced to the public in 1930 by Max Factor Company. 1998 survey of American women showed that 32% of them owned more than 20 lipsticks. The most famous Actresses that popularized lipsticks were Greta Garbo, Joan Crawford, Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor. First swivel up lipstick in a tube appeared in 1923. Studies have shown that lipstick sales tend to rise during gloomy or rainy days. Bottom Line... Lipstick makes you HAPPY and really, that's all that matters! Smile, wear your lipstick and kiss everyone you love today!! Christina  xoxoxoxoo Click on the Pretty Girl to see our selection of Lipstick! Pretty Girl!

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  • ingrid on

    Blending and more blending ;)

  • Prettygirlmakeup on

    So glad you liked that tip! What’s your favorite beauty tip?

  • ingrid on

    I need to put my lipsticks in the fridges :)


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