These might be the most beautiful lipsticks you’ve seen in your life! The special of this flower jelly lipstick is the clear lipstick that contains specks of gold flakes, and right in the center is a real dried tiny flower. You will have to love it at first sight! Not only does this lipstick enhance your lip color, but it also adds the appearance of fuller, thicker lips! The lipstick body also has a small mirror to help you use lipstick anytime and anywhere. Handy without bringing another mirror! Buy it now!
Natural ingredients make a pleasant smell, safe and harmless.
Hydrating, long lasting, shimmer, Anti-aging, safe, color temperature change, So you have your exclusive lip color at different time.
Color refers to the color of the flower inside the lipsticks. Clear, gold-flaked jelly lipsticks, each one featuring a tiny dried flower inside. Flower is purple, transparent lipstick, changing according to the color and temperature of your lip, long lasting!
Flower infused lipstick, lip balm, moist lips, prevent chapped lips, healthy and safe, color is not easy to fade.
Waterproof / water-resistant, long-lasting, Hypoallergenic, Moisturizing, nutritious, easy to wear. Nutritious and moisturizes you lips, keeping you lips incredibly beautiful luster.
Flower jelly lipstick, with mirror, there are four colors for choosing:
Rose Red# It's also very fragile with noble but it is very popular.
Big Red# It's warm and elegant feminine let people kneel.
Lovely Pink# It's pure and witty very good color like a child pink addictive.
Romantic purple# It's sexy, no matter what kind of situation can make you so outstanding.
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1. In the early 1900s, women’s suffragette leaders Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Charlotte Perkins Gilman wore bright red lipstick to protest for the right to vote, and declared “lip rouge” an emblem of women’s emancipation.
2. In the Roman Empire, both men and women wore lipstick as a display of wealth; only upper classes could afford lip paint made with (dangerous) mercury that came in fashionable shades of merlot and purple.
3. Men continued to wear lip color for centuries – including George Washington – but the look came to an abrupt end during the French Revolution when wearing lipstick was seen as a sign that you sympathized with the oppressive aristocracy.
4. A University of Manchester study found that a woman wearing red lipstick capture’s a man’s gaze over three times longer than one who is wearing no lipstick at all.
5. Evolutionary experts say that warm lipstick shades appear most attractive because they mimic the natural flush of lips when a woman is fertile, healthy and ovulating.
6. Many lipstick formulas contain animal-derived ingredients, like carmine from beetles to add color and pearl essence from fish scales for shimmer. (Obviously this doesn’t apply to vegan lipsticks.)
7. About 81% of American women wear lipstick, as compared to 70% of French women who tend to favor a more “au naturel” beauty look.
8. Two days after Monica Lewinsky’s highly-watched interview with Barbara Waters, Club Monaco’s Glaze lipstick was sold-out nation-wide as women clamored to buy the creamy nude hue.
9. The “lipstick effect” reveals the state of the economy; when recessions hit, lipstick sales increase as more women boost their moods with a relatively affordable purchase.
10. Chicago serial killer William Heirens was known as the “Lipstick Killer” because the scene of his second murder left a cryptic message inscribed in lipstick on the wall – “For heaven’s sake, catch me before I kill more – I cannot control myself.”
11. In 1915, the Kansas state legislature introduced a bill that would have made it a crime for women under the age of 44 to wear lipstick, under the grounds that it “created a false impression” (of what was not explained!) — it did not pass.
12. Long-lasting lipstick was first invented in 1950 by biochemist Hazel Bishop, who discovered a formula made with lanolin and dye while furiously experimenting in her Central Park West apartment lab.
13. The average American woman spends $15,000 on makeup during her lifetime, with $3,770 of that going towards lipstick.
14. In Pennsylvania in the 1700s, a marriage could be annulled on the deceptive grounds that a man’s wife had used lipstick or other cosmetics during the couple’s courtship.
15. The best-selling lipstick in America in 2013 was MAC’s cherry red Ruby Woo – at $16 a tube, it took a size able share of the total $377 million spent on lipstick that year.