If You Didn’t, Now You Know Surprising facts about lips and their lipstick counterparts.
In 1952, Queen Elizabeth II commissioned her own lipstick shade to match her coronation robes. Named “The Balmoral Lipstick” after her Scottish estate, the shade was a soft red-blue. Winston Churchill wouldn’t allow lipstick Lips don’t sweat as they don’t have sweat glands. Apart from the nipples, the lips have the most nerve endings and neurons, making them extra sensitive to pressure, temperature, and other stimulations (wink, wink).
to be rationed during World War II, as he felt it would boost morale. However, this also means that they dry out faster, as sweat glands are what keep the body moisturised.