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Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Rouge D'Enfer by Guerlain c1920

Rouge d'Enfer....a lipstick by Guerlain.....c1920. It was item #50 in the Guerlain product catalog.

 Description by Guerlain:
"Perfectly matching the style of the 1920s, the fun and precious Rouge d'Enfer lipstick was returned to its original position inside the case by pulling on a tassel (patent registered in 1924)."

Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954), Sunday 27 June 1926:
"Guerlain, the great perfumer, has just put out a new case for rouge. The cover of this case is provided with a double loop of silk; on lifting the cover, the rouge is brought to the desired height, and after using it one lightly pulls the end of the loop opposite to the cover, and the rouge sinks into the box. It is a very recent novelty of which we have tried to give the first news to our readers."




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