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Ne m’oubliez pas – Der Beginn der Verführung

Extraordinary lipstick packaging by Barbor. Photo: www.mel-et-fet.com

Extraordinary lipstick packaging by Barbor. Photo: www.mel-et-fet.com

Pricier than a family car: Guerlain’s diamond studded lipstick retails at US$ 62,000 for. Photo: hoppingo.com

Pricier than a family car: Guerlain’s diamond studded lipstick retails at US$ 62,000 for. Photo: hoppingo.com

The political and economic climate of a country is reflected in women’s mouths, says the son of cosmetics entrepreneur Estée Lauder. My first Lipstick, Guerlain / Photo: lullabees.de

The political and economic climate of a country is reflected in women’s mouths, says the son of cosmetics entrepreneur Estée Lauder. According to his “Lip Index”, women use lipstick more often in times of economic crisis.
My first Lipstick, Guerlain / Photo: lullabees.de

Appearances do count!

Eye-catching lipstick case with Swarovski crystals and pearls by MAC Cosmetics. Photo: glitterfix.com

Eye-catching lipstick case with Swarovski crystals and pearls by MAC Cosmetics. Photo: glitterfix.com

Foto: JILL STUART / KOSÉ GLOBAL corporation
JILL STUART / KOSÉ GLOBAL corporation
Ne m’oubliez pas #102: The new edition now has the same name as the first stylo-shaped lipstick invented by Pierre François Pascal Guerlain back in 1870.
Violet, orange, pink ... and green? No – these are not lip cosmetics but lipstick-look marker pens.
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