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25 Etudes faciles Opus 100 --- Piano hThis book explores the cosmetics of the latter Eighteenth century to the beginning of the Napoleanic period The work commences with a necessary 3 chapter introduction to cosmetics of the time periodow they were worn who wore them ow much they wore and the social implications of wearing fard The author s analysis them ow much they wore and the social implications of wearing fard The author s analysis then in chapter 4 to not only provide commentary on the critics of fard but also on the need for retailers to re adjust their public claims in various affiches of the time about their products retailers amended their public advertisements to products Retailers amended their public advertisements to th. Morag Martin’s istory of the cosmetic industry in France examines the evolution of popular tastes and standards of beauty during the late 18th and early 19th centuries As the French citizenry rebelled against the excesses of the aristocracy there was a parallel shift in consumer beauty practices Powdered wigs alabaster white skin and "rouged cheeks disappeared in favor of a natural and simple style " cheeks disappeared in favor of a natural and simple style Beauty challenges expectations about past fashions and offers a uniue look into consumer culture and business practices Martin.
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lead Cosmetic producers embraced these criticisms though skillfully addressing these concerns in their marketing campaigns reassuring consumers of the moral and physical safety of their products Rather than disappearing along with the Old Regime the commerce of cosmetics reimagined and redefined flourished in the early 19th century as political ideals and Enlightenment philosophies radically altered popular sentime. E
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positive one so that in end their wares continue to sale Morag sees this as the beginning period of a commercial revolution and of a commerical market a time period studied from 1750 to 1830 that catered advertisements to popular thought and sentiment To do so she shows ow cosmetics and products in the toilette became orientalized when the Orient was a popular fad became naturalized when notions of natural beauty were popular and became masculinized when the postrevolution removal of men s wigs necessitated new air products for Introduces readers to the social and economic world of cosmetic production and consumption recounts criticisms against the use of world of cosmetic production and consumption recounts criticisms against the use of from a variety of voices and examines ow producers and retailers responded to uickly evolving fashionsMartin shows that the survival of the industry depended on its ability to find customers among the emerging working and middle classes But the newfound popularity of cosmetics raised serious uestions Critics from radical philosophes to medical professionals complained that the use of cosmetics.