When was Mascara First Invented?

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Eugene Rimmel invented the first mascara in the 19th century. A more modern mascara was invented by T.L. Williams in 1913. The mascara that is used today was invented by Helena Rubenstein. You can find more information here: www.articlesbase.com
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To lengthen and darken lashes.
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Modern mascara was created in 1913 by a chemist named T. L. Williams for his sister,
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The first mascara product was invented by Eugene Rimmel in the 19th century. The word "rimmel" still means "mascara" in several languages, including Portuguese
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helena rubinstein ♥.
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The first mascara was invented in the 19th century by a man named Eugene Rimmel. The word rimmel also means mascara in many different languages. A few may have a slight spelling difference, but everyone would know what it means.
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