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  • Cosmetics — Make up redirects here. For other uses, see Make up (disambiguation). For other uses, see Cosmetic (disambiguation). Assorted cosmetics and tools …   Wikipedia

  • cosmetics — Any of several preparations (excluding soap) applied to the human body for beautifying, preserving, or altering the appearance or for cleansing, colouring, conditioning, or protecting the skin, hair, nails, lips, eyes, or teeth. The earliest… …   Universalium

  • Cosmetics & Toiletries — magazine Senior Editor Rachel Grabenhofer Categories Personal Care R D Frequency monthly First issue 1906 Company Allured Business Media Country …   Wikipedia

  • Cosmetics in Ancient Rome — Cosmetae applying cosmetics to a wealthy Roman woman.‎ Cosmetics, first used in Ancient Rome for ritual purposes,[1] were part of daily life for women, especially prostitutes and the wealthy. Some fashionable cosmetics, such as those imported… …   Wikipedia

  • COSMETICS — In Ancient Times Cosmetics, for the care and adornment of the body, were widely used by both men and women in the ancient Near East. The use of cosmetics was widespread among the poor as well as the wealthy classes; in the same way that they used …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • cosmetics —    In stark contrast to the ultra sophisticated faces of the 1950s, the so called ‘dollybird’ look of the 1960s placed the emphasis on looking young, even childlike, with eyes made up to be permanently agog. The 1960s also saw the development of… …   Encyclopedia of contemporary British culture

  • Cosmetics Directive — European Union directive: Directive 76/768/EEC Directive on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to cosmetic products Made by Council Made under …   Wikipedia

  • Cosmetics in the 1920s — Actress Evelyn Brent s exaggerated lipline is characteristic of cosmetics in the 1920s. Cosmetics in the 1920s were characterized by their use to create a specific look: lips painted in the shape of a Cupid s bow, kohl rimmed eyes, and bright… …   Wikipedia

  • cosmetics —    Beginning with the Sumerians in the third millennium b.c., and perhaps earlier, ancient Mesopotamian women, along with some men, used makeup products to enhance their appearance.    See also: grooming …   Ancient Mesopotamia dictioary

  • cosmetics — Composite term for a variety of camouflages applied to the skin, lips, hair, and nails for purposes of beautifying in accordance with cultural dictates …   Medical dictionary

  • History of cosmetics — The history of cosmetics spans at least 6000 years of human history, and almost every society on earth.The ancient worldThe first archaeological evidence of cosmetics usage is found in Ancient Egypt around 4000 BC. Fact|date=February 2007 The… …   Wikipedia

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