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- Life in moist, windy and desert environments led to the widespread adoption of lip gloss in some ancient cultures. Most famously, Egyptian population used lip gloss regularly to protect their lips from heat and wind.
- During dark and middle ages in Europe, lipsticks were often viewed as a fashion accessory of prostitutes and lower class women. The only time when it was used in high circles was during and shortly after the reign of English Queen Elizabeth I.
- Lip Gloss was introduced to the public in 1930 by Max Factor Company.
- 1998 survey of American women showed that 32% of them owned more than 20 lipsticks.
- Lipsticks became widely popular among female population after the rise of black and white movies in Hollywood.
The most famous Actresses that popularized lipsticks were Greta Garbo, Joan Crawford, Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor.
- First swivel up lipstick in a tube appeared in 1923.
Some of the most popular brands of lipstick are Revlon, Urban Decay, Cover Girl, Max Factor, Chanel, Christian Dior, Nina Ricci, and MAC Cosmetics.
- Studies have shown that lipstick sales tend to rise during gloomy or rainy days.
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