Ombre lips are also trendy, according to Huffington Post. I don’t understand ombre anything, but here’s a link to the Huffington Post article. The idea is to make your lips look fuller, and it’s an art that started with stage makeup.
The article did have a funny addition — one historical perspective on lipstick that included everything from George Washington’s use of lipstick to Queen Elizabeth II — who matched her lip color to her royal sash in the 1950s. She was way ahead of the curve on the current trend to match lips and dresses. There’s more fun — lipstick wasn’t rationed during World War II like other cosmetics. Read it all here — scroll down the page to see the 9 things you didn’t know about lipstick. We’ve come a long way, baby — lipstick was also illegal and frowned upon over the ages.