Beauty Land

Face gel

The face gel is a cosmetic product for skin cleansing.
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Hair lightener

Naturally blonde hair is a result of a gene mutation that occurred more than 10,000 years ago. A result of random mistake or divine idea, today it is a [property of only to 2% of the world population. What the rest of the ladies who can not boast with a natural blonde hair do?
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Foundation

Foundation is a modern phenomenon, but the concept for its use exists since ancient times. Ancient Greeks and Romans used lead powder, chalk or a mixture of animal fat, starch and tin oxide to whiten their faces.
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Wet wipes

The first wet wipes appeared in the 1970s.
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Mascara

The mascara is one of the oldest cosmetic formulas and its appearance is associated with ancient Egyptian civilization 4000 BC. Women and men alike used to mix minerals, coals, soot, crocodile excrements, honey and water, and applied them around the eyes, also on their eyelashes and eyebrows, to attract attention and to protect their souls from evil spirits.
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Comb

The Egyptians used it mainly in religious rituals. In ancient China, combs were worn as a symbol of social status.
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Hairbrush

In Antiquity, with its help noble Roman and Greek citizens have coifed their emblematic hairstyles and have cleaned their heads from lice.
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Face Mask

Known as "one of the four beauties of ancient China," Yang Guifey of Tang Dynasty smeared her skin with a mixture of pearls, white jade, ginseng and lotus roots to remove wrinkles and stains and keep her skin milky white.
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