10 Weird Beauty Secrets Of Historical Women

10 Weird Beauty Secrets Of Historical Women

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Beauty is something all of us desire for. No matter how much the world brags about inner beauty, an attractive face overpowers every skill. And probably this is the reason women work so hard for a flawless skin and perfect hair.

10. Empress Elizabeth

The beauty secret of Elizabeth was crushing strawberries and applying them all over her face and neck. She bathed in warm olive oil. Her dinner was extracts of chicken, beef, venison, and partridge that helped her stay slim.

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9. Cleopatra

The queen stole all hearts with her perfect beauty. She applied crocodile dung powder under her eyes. Her lipstick was mashed beetle guts. The queen bathed in the milk of 700 donkeys to have that wrinkle-free skin.

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8. Nefertiti

Nefertiti shaved her body regularly, even her head and used a wig. Her kajal was a ‘kohl’ and also she used many other toxic substances to keep up her beauty regime.

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7. Queen Elizabeth I

Elizabeth’s beauty secret was a mixture of lead and vinegar. She used to put them all over her skin and was sooner trapped by some smallpox as a side effect.

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6. Marie Antoinette

The French queen applied a mask made of powdered milk, lemon, eggs, and cognac. she also used a weird product as her cleanser. 8 pigeons were stewed to make this product.

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5. Mary – Queen of Scots

Mary was not a natural beauty. She bathed into a bathtub full of white wine to get that fair glowing skin. Many nations still follow this secret.

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4. Empress Zoe Porphyrogenitus

Zoe owned an entire cosmetic laboratory for herself. She managed to look like a teenager even in her sixties. People at that time said words were just not enough to explain her beauty.

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3. Lucrezia Borgia

The queen is especially known for beautiful hair. She washed her hair in lye and lemon juice and also avoided sunlight while she left them to dry.

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2. Helen Of Troy

She had a skin every one of us ever desires for. She used to dive into a tub full of apple cider vinegar. Well, this is still used by many people amongst us.

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1. Simonetta Vespucci

Her beauty secrets were horrible. She left leeches oh her ears to suc all the blood getting her a pale skin, burned all her unwanted hair and also applied a face mask made up of breadcrumbs, eggs, and vinegar.

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