If You Didn’t, Now You Know Sur­pris­ing facts about lips and their lip­stick coun­ter­parts.

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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.

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