Baby Pink (01)

Baby Pink (01)

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Dark Rose (02)

Dark Rose (02)

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Soft Berry (03)

Soft Berry (03)

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Pinky Brown (04)

Pinky Brown (04)

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Terracotta (05)

Terracotta (05)

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Brave Red (06)

Brave Red (06)

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Natural Lips (01)

Natural Lips (01)

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Soft Nude (02)

Soft Nude (02)

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Dark Nude (03)

Dark Nude (03)

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Sexy Red (04)

Sexy Red (04)

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Tile Brown (05)

Tile Brown (05)

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Dark Berry (06)

Dark Berry (06)

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Magic First Look Palette ( Smoky)

Magic First Look Palette ( Smoky)

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Magic First  Look Palette  ( Nude)

Magic First Look Palette ( Nude)

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Sunshine Of Love  01 (Highlighter)

Sunshine Of Love 01 (Highlighter)

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Sparkle Of Love (Highlighter)

Sparkle Of Love (Highlighter)

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Sunshine Of Love (Highlighter)

Sunshine Of Love (Highlighter)

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Lipstick in History

When you want to examine the history of lipstick, you will have to go on a 5000-year journey ... Get ready for another adventure rather than the journeys you've dreamed of until now, because we are going on the mystical historical journey of Lipstick ... The Egyptians were the first to give the right to lipstick, thought to be found by the Sumerians 5,000 years ago. So much so that they tried to add to their beauty by making lipsticks even from the things that never happened. Cleopatra, who is fond of her beauty, crushes insects and paints their lips with their red blood is much more than a rumor. By the 9th century, another turning point for lipstick was recorded; For the first time, Arab scientist El Zehravi created lipstick from solid, not liquid, ingredients. Here, while telling its own story, lipstick can boast of that period because it was understood that the ways to become beautiful were endless and you could go into completely different gardens and smell completely different flowers. When lipstick began to grow in popularity all over the world, the Queen Elizabeth era was in England. The only noble women and actors on stage were those who wore crimson lipsticks on their whi...
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