Victorian Dresser Vanity Mirror Set, Silver Plated.

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Victorian Dresser Vanity Mirror Set, Silver Plated.

 

When you stop to think about it, female beauty standards are pretty bizarre. When did hair-free limbs become the norm, and where was hair dye invented? The history of women's beauty is as fascinating as it is strange.

The ancient Egyptians started many of the grooming habits that women still follow today. This is not surprising. After all, Egyptian culture was considered highly advanced for its time. In fact, the heyday of ancient Egypt might mark when shaving started, though it was largely for hygiene rather than cosmetic reasons. As for plucking one's eyebrows, that procedure is a bit more modern, thank the ladies of the 16th-century court for it. Once you hit the 20th century, everything speeds up. New innovations in makeup, hair styling, and hair removal meant that women began spending a considerable amount of time on personal grooming.

Item Code - MIS7C638HAE

File - Width: 8"  Height: 1/2"  Depth: 5/8"  Weight: 25 g

Comb - Width: 7 1/4"  Height: 1 3/4"  Depth: 1/4"  Weight: 68 g

Brush - Width: 7 3/4"  Height: 1 1/8"  Depth: 2 2/4"  Weight: 245 g

Mirror - Width: 8 5/8"  Height: 12 1/2"  Depth: 2 3/8"  Weight: 1.063 kg


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