Hi my lovely friends. I love lipstick but there are many many people who do not, I have lots of friends who love a good old kiss especially in certain area of their bodies. I love Red Lipstick and Red shoes.
Lipstick is bright, bold, and it accentuates one of our most sensual features. Clearly, a bright red lip will grab the attention of a man on the street. Once you snag the date, it’s up to you whether it becomes part of your date night ensemble.
The lipstick is emblematic of burning desires and ambitions, however unsettling they may be to those around them. … But the history of lipstick symbolism has had in its coffers everything from connotations of prostitution, witchcraft, sexuality, women’s defiance and strength all true.
Queue the Golden Age of Hollywood when “It girl” actresses like Clara Bow and Theda Bara prompted women worldwide to emulate their trademark Cupid lips. Hot studio lamps caused the actress’ lip pomade to run, so pioneering makeup artists of the day started using greasepaint foundation to cover their natural outlines of a leading lady’s mouth and then placed only thumbprints of lipstick at the centre of her lips. Clara Bow took a liking to the look and kept wearing the professional makeup outside of the studio and on magazine covers, prompting thousands of women around the world to emulate the silver screen star.
During wartime, the production of lipstick in Europe was held back due to rationing, but for Americans, lipstick became indispensable to the war effort, sold as a morale-boosting symbol of girl-power in the face of danger. Factory dressing rooms were stocked with lipstick and female marines had an official shade: “Montezuma Red”.
Ashley. Money cannot buy love but it can buy shoes and lipstick x