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Venice was the epicenter of fashion at the time, and the naming of Venetian ceruse is perhaps the first example of a product being connected to a desirable location through its name. This location-based trend first appeared in ancient Egypt and continued throughout the classical civilizations. Interestingly, despite Paris later becoming the focal point of the beauty world, Venice retained its appeal, as shown by the fact that hundreds of years later Elizabeth Arden marketed her first range of expensive cosmetics as “Venetian.” The decadent parties of sixteenth-century Venice and the excessive makeup worn continues to fascinate makeup artists, filmmakers, and fashion photographers to this day. Lola Montez was among those crusading for better, less harmful, and more natural ingredients in makeup during the mid-nineteenth century. The beauty products women used to achieve this effect were largely homespun. Working-class women and those living in rural areas would have grown the ingredients required to prepare potions for lightening skin themselves, or bought them from passing peddlers and salesmen. Recipes for making these mixtures were kept by local wisewomen or passed down through families. Medieval writers documented the use of skin lighteners and brighteners with recipes that included chickpeas, barley, almonds, horseradish seeds, and milk all pretty harmless. It’s ironic that those with fewer means would have been forced through necessity to use ingredients for their homemade beauty treatments that were a lot kinder to the skin than the lead-based alternatives that continued to be available. In terms of beautiful skin, it paid to be poor. That being said, these DIY creations still required a huge investment of time and some pretty obscure-sounding components. You could be forgiven for thinking that this recipe from the Trotula was something Harry Potter had to whip up in a potions class: For whitening the face, take root of bistort and clean it, and root of cuckoo-pint. Grind them in a mortar with animal grease and mix them with warm water, and strain through a cloth.
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