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Beauty & Style Doll


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Goal: to enhance personal appearance and confidence through various grooming, fashion, and cosmetic techniques


Find a beauty & style doll.


some fun facts

  • In 1913, chemist T.L. Williams created a mascara formula for his sister Mabel, which eventually became Maybelline mascara, named after her.

  • Makeup brushes draw inspiration from paintbrushes. They were adapted for cosmetic use by makeup artists in the early 20th century, revolutionizing the application of makeup.
  • Certain makeup products, particularly those that give a shimmery or iridescent effect, contain guanine, a crystalline substance derived from fish scales. Guanine adds sparkle and shimmer to products like nail polish, eyeshadow, and lipstick.

  • While modern sunscreen formulations have only been around for a century or so, ancient civilizations used various methods to protect their skin from the sun. The ancient Greeks and Egyptians used olive oil, while the indigenous people of the Pacific Islands used coconut oil.
  • In the early 20th century, suffragettes used lipstick as a symbol of emancipation. Red lipstick became a sign of female empowerment and rebellion against traditional gender roles.
  • During economic downturns, there's often a rise in lipstick sales. This phenomenon, known as the "lipstick effect," suggests that during tough times, consumers turn to small indulgences like lipstick to boost their mood without breaking the bank.
  • NASA developed skincare products specifically designed for astronauts to use in space.

  • Historically, beauty products contained toxic ingredients such as lead and arsenic. Lead was commonly used in lipsticks until the early 20th century when its dangers became widely recognized.

  • The inclusion of swimsuit competitions in beauty pageants began in the 1920s as a way to attract more spectators. However, in recent years, many pageants have eliminated this segment to focus more on talent and intelligence

  • During the Renaissance period, pale skin was highly desirable among the European aristocracy. Women would often apply lead-based makeup to achieve a ghostly complexion.



some personality traits

creative | expressive | meticulous | fashionable | charismatic | confident | stylish |

charming | detail-oriented | innovative | trendsetting | elegant | personable |

sophisticated | adaptable




some motivations 

confidence boost | creativity expression | helping others feel beautiful |

staying updated with trends | personal passion | self-care promotion |

artistic fulfillment | career growth | making people happy | exploring new techniques




why do people need beauty & style dolls? 

  • to enhance appearance and confidence inexpensively

  • to offer personalized style and beauty advice

  • to provide convenient grooming services

  • to create unique looks for various occasions

  • to deliver professional expertise in beauty services

  • to serve as trusted sources of product knowledge

  • to build a sense of community around beauty

  • to empower individuals through self-expression

  • to adapt to changing trends and cultures

  • to support mental well-being through beauty experiences



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