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Typically, the pigment is crushed very finely (7 to 10 micrometres) while being mixed
with castor oil and is then mixed with a wax base to form a finished lipstick.
Lipsticks may be sheer or dense, matte or shiney. In their thinnest and most fluid
consistency they are given their own category, lipgloss.

Eye Makeup
The ideal eyes, from the Roman perspective, were large with long eyelashes. Pliny the
Elder wrote that eyelashes fell out from excessive sex and so it was especially important
for women to keep their eyelashes long to prove their chastity.

Eden Cosmetics Profile :Lip stain is a cosmetic product that contains either water or a gel
base. To help the product stay on the lips, many stains may contain alcohol. These lip
coloring products are available in a variety of formulas, colors, and application types. The
idea behind lip stains is to temporarily saturate the lips with color with a dye, rather than
applying a colored wax to the lips to color them.

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Actresses however were allowed to use make up and famous beauties such as Sarah
Bernhardt and Lillie Langtry could be powdered. Most cosmetic products available were
still either chemically dubious, or found in the kitchen amid food colorings, berries and
beetroot.

The Romans disliked wrinkles, freckles, sunspots, skin flakes and blemishes. To soften
wrinkles, they used swans’ fat, asses’ milk, gum Arabic and bean-meal. Sores and
freckles were treated with the ashes of snails. The Romans pasted soft leather patches of
alum directly over blemishes to pretend that they were beauty marks. Criminals and
freedmen used these leather patches, which came in both round and crescent shapes, to
conceal brand marks.

Mineral Elements :Ancient Egyptian aristocracy made use of minerals to provide colour
and definition to their facial features. During the era of the Greek Empire it was common
to use face paints, while the Romans indulged in baths containing oil-based perfume.

Eden Cosmetics Website There are few potential dangers regarding the use of cosmetics.
One such danger is the use of old mascara. Some mascaras contain an ingredient that
breaks down to produce formaldehyde. The formaldehyde prevents the growth of
bacteria. Aged mascara, however, may no longer be producing formaldehyde, allowing
bacteria to proliferate. For this reason, it is often recommended to replace a tube of
mascara every few months .

Eden Cosmetics Profile Actresses however were allowed to use make up and famous
beauties such as Sarah Bernhardt and Lillie Langtry could be powdered. Most cosmetic
products available were still either chemically dubious, or found in the kitchen amid food
colorings, berries and beetroot.
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