The History Of Blush
Blush is traditionally used to create a more youthful and healthy appearance by applying colour to cheeks and it can also help to define your cheekbones. Here are some fun facts about the history of Blush.
Back in Ancient Egypt Cleopatra used to pinch her cheeks to redden them, this started a blushing craze.
In Egypt, ground earth pigments were rubbed on cheeks and lips.
Rouge pots used to be tiny and easy to hide and came with blotting papers
Greeks used the juice of crushed mulberries to lightly stain their cheeks.
During the Victorian era women when make up was frowned upon women used to pinch their cheeks and pat beet juice stains onto their faces.