Lipstick was banned in the U.K. in 1770 and was likened to witchcraft.
Earlier this year, makeup artist and entrepreneur Charlotte Tilbury announced a second Hot Lips collection is coming, and today, it's here.
Ohio House Speaker Republican Larry Householder blasted the event as "stunningly bizarre" and a "joke."
"He didn't want me to wear makeup and that I couldn't and that my job depended on it."
At least nine products have been pulled from the company's stores.
"People of the foreign countries don't follow me please," she wrote. "I only accept Iranian requests."
The new lipstick comes in a shade of red that screams 'Happy Holidays.
The beauty brand, which launched in September, generated a higher media value popular brands like Urban Decay, NYX and Benefit.
Actor Doug Jones tells Newsweek his plans for the streaming show's alien officer.
Hillary Clinton said the physical scrutiny—and double standards between male and female candidates' appearances—is something she has never adjusted to, noting that it takes a lot of effort "just to be a woman in the public eye."
From medications to play dough, people with celiac disease should avoid them.
Sharing the digitally altered image of Putin could earn web users a fine and detention.
The House of Commons heard one black woman was told to relax her hair.