Benefit Wild Lipstick Card 3g
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Your search for the perfect lipstick is over! From naughty nudes to red carpet reds, these rich, seductive full-finish lipsticks give you the coverage and color you've been longing for. This creamy formula with medium to full coverage. Leaves lips with a smooth finish. With 20 glamorous shades to choose from, you'll want them all! Apply to lips for full, rich coverage. Lip colouring started to gain some popularity in 16th century England. During the reign of Queen Elizabeth I bright red lips and a stark white face became fashionable. By that time, lipstick was made from a blend of beeswax and red stains from plants. Only upper class women and male actors wore makeup. In 1770 a British law was proposed to the Parliament that a marriage should be annulled if the woman wore cosmetics before her wedding day. Throughout most of the 19th century the obvious use of cosmetics was not considered acceptable in Britain for respectable women, and it was associated with marginalized groups such as actresses and prostitutes. It was considered brazen and uncivilized to wear makeup. In the 1850s, reports were being published cautioning women of the dangers of using lead and vermillion in cosmetics applied to the face. By the end of the 19th century, Guerlain, a French cosmetic company, begin to produce lipstick. The first commercial lipstick had been invented in 1884, by perfumers in Paris, France. It was enclosed in silk paper and made from deer tallow, castor oil, and beeswax. Before then, lipstick had been created at home. Complete receipt of the undisguised use of cosmetics in England appears to have arrived for the fashionable Londoner at least by 1921.
talc, zea mays (corn) starch, zinc stearate, isopropyl isostearate, dimethicone, octyldodecyl stearoyl stearate, pentaerythrityl tetraisostearate, ginkgo biloba leaf extract, rose canina fruit extract, zealite, tetrasodium edta, bht, sorbic acid, methylparaben, propylparaben, butylparaben, [+/-: (may contain) mica, iron oxides (ci 77491, ci 77492, ci 77499), titanium dioxide (ci 77891), ferric ferrocvanide (ci 77510), ultramarines (ci 77007), blue 1 lake (ci42090), bismuth oxychloride (ci 77163), carmine (ci 75470), chromium hydroxide green (ci 77289), chromium oxide greens (ci 77288), yellow 5 lake (ci 19140), manganese violet (ci 77742)] [lin24604].See all Product Description
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Top Customer Reviews
However I like to tap it ever so lightly over my bottom lip then rub my lips together blend it out by running my finger over my lips so I have barely any product on and then it's a lovely lipstick and shade.
The colour is pretty awesome, a little bit sparkly, different from what is usually on offer in the shops.
Gives an amazing finish, leaves lips feeling really moist and conditioned.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
good co lour and quality lipstick it is recommended to anyone who likes long lasting lipstick.with a shimmer and gloss.Published on 10 April 2013 by mildred
This is a great colour for those who like a slightly deeper pink. It glides on and 2 coats make me feel confident to face the world with moisturised lipsPublished on 25 Feb. 2013 by Barbie
Purchased Pinking of You, lovely colour. Makes my lips feel very hydrated and at £7.00 this is a bargain! This is genuine benefit cosmetics.Published on 6 Dec. 2012 by Cait
This product came surprisingly quickly, the quality is absolutely perfect and I am completely satisfied with it. There is nothing wrong with it!Published on 10 July 2012 by meowchrissymeow