Egyptian women used different perfumes for different parts of their bodies.
Sometimes people painted their entire face green or black to resembled the protective eye of the god Horus.
Or the whole upper eye area was filled in with dark, bold colours and squared-off edges.
Adulteration of expensive scents was common.
Your goal here is to make the eyes appear a bit closer together.
The symbols on the throat and arms may have been intended to give the woman a jolt of magical power as she sang or played music giant lotion boobs rituals for Hathor.
It was a pleasure merely to hear her voice, with which, like an instrument of many strings, she could pass from one language to the next
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Skin color also had symbolic aspects in art:
Sometimes I think he missed the experience of these moments viewing it all through a lens instead of with his own eyes.
If you have larger oval shaped eyes you can apply liner to the lower lid but keep the line thin and light.
Ptolemaic inscriptions specify numerous designations for gums and resins according to age, color, texture, etc.
So they had to use gentler methods involving wet chemistry, the chemistry of solutions.
They did a range of flavoured glosses in a clear glass was it glass?
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