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Archaeologists have found that the world's first lipstick was found in the city of Sioux Beauty.
5,000 years ago, the ancient Egyptians used black, orange and purple lipstick.
In ancient Roman times, a lipstick called Fucus was made of a purple-red, mercury-containing plant dye and red wine sediments.
Chinese Tang Dynasty, aristocratic women and the Church of the song prostitutes like to tan-colored lip, followed by the hereafter.
During the Victorian period, lipstick was considered a prostitute's product, and the use of lipstick was a taboo. In about 1660-1789, lipstick was popular among French and British men in Europe.
18th century American, Puritan immigrants do not wear lipstick, beauty of women will be when people do not pay attention to the ribbon rubbing lips to increase the ruddy, this situation until 19th century, 19th century popular pale, lipstick and cosmetics are regarded as taboo, and switch to drug-type sales.
During the French period, Guerlain introduced tubular lipstick into the United States, selling mainly to a handful of nobles, the first metal tube lipstick by Mauris Livi and Scovill Manufacturing Company, Huattberg, Connecticut, USA. 1915 years, the manufacture belongs to the popular product.
During the 1912 's demonstrations of New York women in politics, famous feminists put on lipstick and showed lipstick as a symbol of women's emancipation.
In the 1920, the United States because of the popularity of the film, but also led to the popularity of lipstick, and then all kinds of lipstick color Popular will be affected by the film and television stars, and drive the trend.
In the 1940 's, the American women were affected by the war, and they were wearing makeup to keep their faces, and one of the biggest lipstick makers, Tangee, had launched an ad called "War," "Women and lipstick." 1950, the end of the war, the female stars will be led to the lip shape appears full, charm of the popular.
In the 1960 's, fish scales were used to create flashing effects due to the popular white and silvery shades of lipstick. In the 1970, when disco was popular, Purple was a popular lipstick color, while the group's favorite lipstick was black.