Beauty Land

Hair rollers

Curlers were used in hair styling since antiquity. Ancient Egyptians wrapped locks of hair around wooden sticks and heated them with the sun for a long-lasting effect.
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Hair mousse

The first hair mousse was produced in the 1980s and quickly became a hit among hairdressers and society as a whole.
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Lip balm

The lip balm appeared as a cosmetic product only in the 1980s, although lip nourishing and softening was a practice in antiquity, when for the purpose were used honey, plant and animal extracts and even earwax.
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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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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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Epilation

Probably, the only epilation tools known to ancient people were the tweezers and the wax prototypes made from various natural ingredients, cat urine and vinegar.
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Night face cream

Women in ancient Rome applied to their faces at bedtime selected olive oils to help the skin retain moisture and prevent wrinkles.
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Hair dryer

With the invention of the vacuum cleaner at the beginning of the 20th century, women found easier and faster way to dry their hair, connecting a hose to the pipe of this household appliance.
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