Beauty is not just skin-deep. It goes much deeper than that and it involves a lot more than simple aesthetics. A beautiful person is someone who feels beautiful on the inside and radiates beauty on the outside. When you have inner beauty, you are also kind, confident, generous, responsible, and honest. When you have outer beauty, you are also neat and well groomed. Beauty is a combination of both internal and external factors operating together to create an aesthetically pleasing effect. With the help of cosmetics, it’s possible for anyone to achieve a look that is more attractive than what would be seen with unassisted natural features alone. But there’s so much more to makeup than being able to hide blemishes or dark circles under your eyes – although those things can be very helpful! Did you know that makeup has had a long history? There was even a time in ancient Egypt when men as well as women wore kohl as eye shadow! You might be surprised at some of the different ways we use cosmetics today – let’s take a look at some of the fascinating history behind them:

Ancient History of Makeup

The oldest cosmetics that we know of are from Egypt and are about 4000 years old. They were used as both a way to make the skin look more attractive and to protect the skin from the harmful effects of the sun. One of the most common cosmetics used was kohl, which is a black powder that was first used as eye shadow and then later was also used as lipstick! You can also see evidence of lip gloss in the Egyptian tombs, when the lip gloss was left behind in the jars because it melted in the heat. There’s also evidence of scented oils that were used as a type of perfume. The Greeks also loved cosmetics, but they didn’t have the scientific knowledge to make their skin-care products as effective as the Egyptians’. They did, however, have a love of perfumes, and we can see the importance of these in the many perfume bottles that remain to this day. The Romans loved their cosmetics even more than the Greeks, and the use of these products was almost a daily ritual for them. They also had a much better knowledge of how to keep their skin healthy, which is why many of their beauty recipes are still being used today!

The Greeks and the Importance of Beauty

It’s no secret that the Greeks worshipped their gods. One of their gods was Apollo, the god of beauty, and the Greeks believed that he ruled over all things that were beautiful. Since Apollo was the god of beauty, the Greeks also thought that beautiful people were more attractive and that they were more worthy of respect. It was an honor to have a great body and smooth skin, and it was also important to have a good smell if you wanted to be close to anyone. The Greeks loved having clean bodies and clothes, and they also loved being attractive. They used fragrance to smell good, and they also used makeup to make themselves look more attractive. There are many writings that prove that the Greeks loved to look good. They also had an obsession with their appearance, and they wanted to keep their bodies as clean as possible.

Roman Women and Their Love of Cosmetics

The Roman women loved wearing makeup just as much as the Egyptian women, and they were very skilled in the use of cosmetics. They were also very knowledgeable about which products were best for their skin, and they even made their own cosmetics at home. It was common for women to be very skilled in the art of beautification, and it was very important for them to look their best. The Roman women used makeup to improve the shape of their faces and to cover their freckles and moles; they also used it to cover the marks left behind by smallpox or chickenpox. They used many different types of makeup, including eye shadows and lip colors. They also used foundations and powders that were made from crushed minerals.

The Dark Ages: When Women Stopped Using Cosmetics

In the 9th century, the Catholic Church ordered that women should stop using makeup because they thought that it was too vain. This was the beginning of the Dark Ages, when women stopped using cosmetics and wore hooded cloaks so that no one could see their faces. They were even afraid to let a doctor see their faces because they thought that it would be sinful to look at themselves. They thought that it was sinful for anyone to beautify his or her appearance, not just women. During this time, some people believed that cosmetics were dangerous, and they even thought that they could be poisonous. But the truth is that there wasn’t enough medical knowledge to know what ingredients were safe to use. So many women stopped using their cosmetics and even stopped washing their faces. They lived in a time when most diseases were fatal and many women died because they didn’t have easy access to clean water.

17th Century: The Renaissance of Make up (For Men Only)

In the 17th century, men started to use makeup again, but this time it was a bit different. It had nothing to do with vanity, and men would use it to cover up the signs of smallpox scars or burns. Men who were doctors and scientists started to experiment with new ingredients, and some of these were poisonous. It’s not known for sure when the first women started wearing makeup again, but the 17th century was when many people started to use it. Cosmetics were almost as popular for women as they were for men. This was the first time that people became aware of what ingredients were safe to use, and they didn’t mix them all together to make their own cosmetics. They started to buy their cosmetics, and they also started to use different cosmetics for different parts of their faces.

The 18th Century: Back to Basics for Women

Cosmetics were very much back to basics in the 18th century. Women only used foundation, powder, and lip coloring. There was no eye makeup, and it was thought that eyebrows should be plucked to make them look thinner, like the rest of the eyebrows. This was the start of the Victorian era, and women dressed very modestly. They didn’t go out without a hat on their heads, and they wore long dresses that covered their bodies from head to toe. They also wore gloves to cover their hands, and they didn’t have to worry about wearing makeup when they were dressed like this! The only parts of their bodies that they would have put makeup on would be their faces. But they stopped using very bright colors, and they tended not to use very much makeup at all. This would have been a very boring time to live if you liked wearing bright colors!

The 19th Century: Cosmetics Were Still Popular

The 19th century was the time when a lot of makeup brands were created, and the cosmetics industry was born. It was also the time when people started to use cosmetics for medical concerns, like using a thick layer of lip coloring to prevent chapping from the cold. Women were still very fond of using makeup, and it was very common for them to use eye shadow, blush, and lip coloring. They would also use creams and powders to prevent the signs of aging from appearing on their faces. Men were more reserved when it came to using cosmetics, and they would only use face creams and sometimes lip coloring.

The 20th Century: Makeup Was Now Affordable

The 20th century was the time when cosmetics became affordable for almost everyone. They also became very popular, and there were many makeup brands available. Women still liked to put on lots of makeup, but there was a difference in what they used. Instead of using creams and powders, they preferred to use a liquid foundation and lipsticks with lots of color. Men still didn’t use a lot of makeup, and they mostly used aftershave, shaving cream, and face creams.

The 21st Century: The Importance of Skin Care

The 21st century has seen a lot of change in the way that people use makeup. There are new products that are being used, and there are many new brands being created. The importance of skin care has become more apparent, and people are starting to use skin creams more often. They are also taking care of their skin with more natural products, and they are using less makeup than they used to. There is also a greater variety of makeup that can be used for special occasions.

Welcome to the Amazons' Makeup Shop

We are a dedicated group of programmers, businesspeople, and entrepreneurs who pooled our resources to create this online shop. In honour of the most stunning warrior women in history — the Amazons — our business and brand are called the Amazons’ Makeup Shop.

The Amazons were a race of fierce female warriors and hunters who were physically capable of holding their own against male counterparts in any arena. They only allowed women and girls into their society, and they either killed their sons or sent them back to their fathers after they had reproduced.

We wish you the best of luck and hope you enjoy your time here as much as we do. One of our primary objectives is to provide a location where customers can quickly locate any cosmetic item they might require.