2500 BC to 1000 BC -Ancient Mesopotamia was a home of first lipstick in the world. Ladies around there utilized crushed gemstones to beautify their lips.
2000 BC -Indus Valley Civilization used various dyes to color their faces and lips. Be that as it may, their favored items contained harmful fixings, that regularly caused substantial illnesses.
2000 BC to 100 AD -Egyptian utilized lipstick that was produced using squashed carmine bugs. This well known red lipstick (now and then enhanced with sparkling impacts of pearlescent that was extricated from fish scales) was utilized by rich and powerful ladies, most notably by renowned Cleopatra (51 AD – 30 BC).
eighth – twelfth AD -Arab Andalusian cosmetologist Abu al-Qasim al-Zahrawi figured out how to develop strong lipstick, that was based scent sticks overflowed with unique molds.
European dull and center ages -Until the late sixteenth century, lip shading was restricted by the Christian church. They believed that lip shading is associated with the Satan customs, and was saved for most minimal classes of individuals, for example, whores.
sixteenth-century -Reign of English Queen Elizabeth I, brilliant red lips and a distinct white face got stylish. This empowered promotion of lipstick that was at that point bade from beeswax and red recolored plants. Just high-class ladies and on-screen characters wore lipstick.
eighteenth century -During this time lipsticks slipped structure the style of the top of the line class and discovered its place mid and low class.
nineteenth-century -Almost the whole nineteenth century proceeded to lipstick stayed being used uniquely with entertainers and whores. Change to this right around 3 centuries in length custom reached the end when French perfumers became creating lipstick industrially.
1884 -French corrective organization Guerlain became delivering the first business lipstick item. They made it from deer fat, castor oil, beeswax, and afterward, canvassed it in silk paper.
The 1880s -Famous American on-screen character Sarah Bernhardt started wearing lipstick out in the open. During that time, lipstick didn’t come in a tube, however, it was applied with a brush.
1912 -Fashionable American ladies acknowledged lipstick as a significant piece of their day by day and open clothing.
1915 -The first lipstick that was sold in chamber metal compartments was created by Maurice Levy.
1921 -The use of lipstick got broad in England by the general female populace.
1923 -Cylinder swivel-up tube was licensed by James Bruce Mason Jr. in Nashville, Tennessee. This innovation made lipstick simple to apply.
They choose colors by current fashion and by their own preference.