What Kind of Makeup Did Ancient Roman Women Wear?

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Roman women wore makeup and would have multiple layers of makeup to create a perfect or ideal look .The first layer of makeup would consist of a paste like foundation to fully cover the skin of the face and make it appear lighter in colour. The Roman woman who wore makeup would usually have a foundation of chalk, orris root, and a small amount of fat to make it thick enough to cover any facial imperfections.
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use a thick, black, winged out eyeliner on the top only. and dust gold eyeshadow over entire eye. : Source(s) I had to be Roman once, for Latin class.
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They wore stolas and pallas, girls wore tunics.
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Wmen had a metro look in the 50's. You can see an example at
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The kind of makeup that the women on the show Big Rich Texas wear is unpublished. The girls have been criticized for their hysterical makeup!
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