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Makeup: Have you ever Wondered About it’s History?

Makeup: Have you ever Wondered About it’s History?
Cosmetics as a whole have existed for thousands of years. In the past, some really strange elements were used to enhance beauty, even some of them were deadly. What you know about the history of makeup?

Makeup: Have you ever Wondered About it’s History


Origins of Makeup



The use of natural materials, such as minerals and vegetable dyes, is prior to civilization as we know it. These objects were used in rituals and ornaments. It was in ancient Egypt that the manufacture of cosmetics and perfumes on a large scale was perfected for the first time. They say that the greatest Egyptian queen, Cleopatra, is credited with compiling what the first beauty advice books should be.

Many in their preparations have been used for religious and symbolic reasons. Egyptian love for his paintings can be seen today in the exquisite workmanship of the pots found in tombs, many with their contents still intact. Beauty was important to men and women. The most important characteristic of a lady of the time was her look. With the use of Kohl to highlight the eyebrows and was used to give his eyes his distinctive winged appearance. Not much different from today's cat eye look which is now created with the use of liquid eyeliner.

Moving on in our Makeup History lesson



Then we have the aristocratic women of ancient Greece who, in addition to improving the color of their lips with vegetable dyes, used very few cosmetics. The true users of cosmetics such as white facial powder and Kohl were limited to courtesans, as a sign of professionalism. Roman women, on the other hand, could not wear enough makeup. It was known that some were so excited by hair dyes and bleaches that partial or even total baldness often occurred. The use of exotic wigs and the use of smelly conditioners to save hair were often used to try to hide the facts of baldness.

After the fall of the Roman Empire, the composition fell out of favor until about the eleventh century, when the knights returned from the Crusades. 


Gentlemen have reintroduced makeup, fashion and other baths preparations used by the women they left in Palestine. You know, there had to be resistance, but it didn't come from the women of that period, no, it came from the Almighty Church itself. Beauty has had a free reign.

Renaissance Makeup


In the Renaissance era, makeup turned into an almost ghostly white complexion that turned into ideal for both guys and women. It was an idea of as a manner to distinguish the top magnificence from peasants and workers in the fields. One of the best examples of this era turned into Queen Elizabeth I of England. It was his use of cosmetics that popularized facial cosmetics for women. 

The queen had a naturally clear complexion which reinforced the fashion for whiter than white skin. With the use of egg whites, ground alabaster and clay, mask and this famous white lead, all this has been used to help the phantasm of top-notch white skin.

Makeup: Have you ever Wondered About it’s History

In the 17th century, make-up really had a big influence as the theater became popular. The games that young boys used to play could now be played by young girls. Ladies, who played the role of young girls, who would think?

Moving on down in Makeup’s History time


It was in the 18th century that beauty and pain began to go hand in hand. All kinds of shame beauty aids and exceptional nonsense appeared. Red was still popular for both men and women. Was it the moment when the lipstick in the form of pencil and hair was introduced? Hair well separated in all types of strangeness. Hairstyles were so complex and their creation sometimes took days, even weeks. It was adjusted and left as long as possible before doing it again. There were also bed bug times, even mice were reported.


Makeup: Have you ever Wondered About it’s History


It was towards the end of the century that public opinion turned against the excesses of previous decades. Facial powder and red were still popular, but women of that era had to be more discreet about their use. Powdered wigs and complex hairstyles have also fallen out of favor. The convenience of cleanliness as a need for health and beauty is now widely recognized. The respectable Victorian ladies were even wiser with their cosmetic uses. Hardly a trace of red on the lips and cheeks was considered correct, but they generally had to apply it in secret. Maybe that was the moment because it is fashionable for women to visit the bathroom in groups as we do today.

At the time, homemade preparations for skincare and beauty tips were found with recipes in magazines and newspapers for women. The women of the rich society visited the disguised salons for fear of being discovered that improved their appearance.


Makeup: Have you ever Wondered About it’s History

Thank goodness for the popular actresses of the time because, towards the end of the century, they helped pave the way for a more liberal attitude using cosmetics as beauty products.

This brings us to modern times before the First World War. Now you can better understand where our love for beauty, cosmetics, hair, and skin comes from. Thank you to the first man for trying to please his gods, the ancient Egyptians, the Romans, and the good Queen Elizabeth the First. Everyone who taught us what not to use and what to use for beauty. Kohl has become popular among the ancient Egyptians and is still as tall today. Some of their homemade recipes may come from construction at the turn of the century. The beauty and use of cosmetics will always be a sign of our time.

Beauty will always be part of what is going on in the world and what we see on the cinema screen. I hope you enjoy your little lesson, it's the history of makeup.

Simple Tips For Your Skin



Do you take care of your skin as much as you think? Healthy looking skin Elevate your self-esteem, it's just the fact that if your skin looks clear and soft. A radiant complexion It is above all a reflection of the beauty that you feel inside.

The sooner a woman starts a good skincare routine, the more benefits she will get as she gets older. Every woman at any age, no matter how well she has taken care of her skin in the past, has the potential to achieve a bright and healthy natural beauty.

You may not know it, but a good moisturizer is the most important part of your wardrobe. You can replace the clothes in your closet but you cannot replace your skin. If you don't have a moisturizer and feel a little dry? Now is the time to start looking for a moisturizer created for your skin type.

It is worth investing in an effective quality moisturizer that you enjoy using. We all know that there is a wide range of commercial products available, designed for all types of skins imaginable for adolescent, normal, dry, oily, mature, sensitive and allergy-prone skin.

How can you take care of your type of skin that will keep it looking healthy?

Our skin is the largest organ we have and serves as a protective barrier against bacteria and other invaders. As we age, our skin loses its elasticity, thins and I regret to say that it will start to show fine wrinkles around the eyes and mouth.

How does our Skin age?


Each person, man, woman, and child has a protein in our products called collagen. collagen is responsible for preserving our skin supple, elastic and youthful. As we age, our body produces less collagen, it's just a natural fact. The skin ages at a different rate throughout our body, but begins to appear as soon as possible on our faces and hands.

Did you know that the most effective way to prevent premature skin from starting again is to stay out of the sun? The sun's ultraviolet rays attack our skin every day of our life and, without using sunscreen or staying covered, sun exposure speeds up the process and smoking. If you like the sun, use your sunscreen and if you burn a little, look for organic lotions to soothe the red. 

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