What Is Egyptian Mascara Called?

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Egyptian mascara is called kohl, which was made by grinding galena (lead sulphide) and other ingredients. It was originally used as protection against the harsh rays of the sun and eye ailments by the Egyptian queens but in modern times it is used mostly by women, some men and children.
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