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Mascara – from Ancient Egypt to the present day


There is no other beauty product that instantly transforms so female face
As a matter of fact every 4 seconds in the world is sold at a Lancome mascara.
If the eyes are the mirror of the soul, then the mascara is a means of expression through which they speak . I’m sure if women are able to choose only one cosmetic product that everyone will reach for spiral and this proves almost magical power to transform her look . For over 6,000 years of history , theA�mascara has gone through some pretty major changes .

If Egypt darkened lashes to protect the soul from evil forces today are willing to do anything to have an intriguing look.
Recent history of theA�mascara , as we know it , dates only from the 19th century. Chemist named Eugene remakes creates Vaseline . The magic ingredient that became the basis for the formulation of alcohol ( ” remakes ” still translates to “A�mascara ” in many languages a��a��) .

In 1913, 19 -year-old student Terry Williams, sacred Vaseline mixed with soot and offered his sister Mabel to try to hold the attention of his friend Chat . Her gaze was irresistible. Williams began to sell it in the mail and laid the foundations of the company Maybelline (Maybelline) – on behalf of his sister Mabel .

Thus appeared the first helix in the history of cosmetics in the form of mold , using pre-moistened brush that is routed first in the mold and then lashes .

In 1914 . Max Factor (Max Factor) put eye drops of black wax is melted and applied to the tips of the lashes .

1939 Helena Rubinstein developed waterproof mascara for a ballet company , and 19 years later , the first mascara with a round brush applicator . Made of metal and to this day remains the greatest comfort, for which there is no doubt millions of women thanking her every day.

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