Attempting this, Victorian women made a type of mascara in their own homes. ...
After the First World War, American consumers became eager for new products.
1840, Mascara is Invented. Cosmetic pioneer Eugene Rimmel, (The House of
Rimmel, founded 1835), invented the first mascara, to this day, the word rimmel ...
It took many years until petroleum jelly was mixed to create mascara, but finally
the invention was made. In 1917, Eugene Rimmel created the first packaged ...
Mar 3, 2015 ... Ladies, if you've ever caught your man reaching for a mascara ... In 1960, Revlon
invented the first colored formula with its "Brush on Mascara," ...
When you look at someone, the first thing you see is their eyes. And because of
that, mascara represent one of the most important cosmetic products of all time.
The first mascara was invented in the 19th Century by Eugene Rimmel. Eugene
opened his very own perfumery, the House of Rimmel, in 1834, and he was later
Mascara was invented by the ancient Egyptians around 4000 B.C. Egyptians
used kohl to darken their eyelashes and eyebrows in hopes of warding off evil ...
Eugene Rimmel, a French chemist, created the first non-toxic commercial
mascara using the newly invented substance petroleum jelly. His influence on
Dec 29, 1996 ... Waterproof mascara, body paint, stick and liquid foundation -- the list of his ...
Technicolor, first used in a feature film in 1935, made actors look ...
Aug 4, 2014 ... Rimmel technically invented the first mascara, but 19-year-old Chicagoan, Tom
Lyle Williams, created the first modern, mass-market variety.