Would you believe the world's most expensive lipstick costs $62,000? Luxury jeweler created it with diamonds!
Astronauts use weightlessness-resistant makeup for space missions.
Lipstick sales rise in recessions. The "lipstick effect" is when people buy cheap luxuries in hard times.
Max Factor, the Hollywood makeup artist who revolutionized the beauty industry in the early 1900s, made "makeup" popular.
Victorian women bleached with arsenic and lead. They had no idea these toxic substances were harmful!
Renaissance beauty valued high foreheads. Egg whites were used to smooth hairlines and pluck eyebrows.
Cleopatra's red lips, still stunning today, were made from crushed carmine beetles and ants' eggs.
Did you know Mesopotamia invented makeup? Over 5,000 years ago, women beautified with kohl and crushed gemstones!