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She applies her lipstick in spite of its contents: "greasy rouge, containing crushed and dried insect corpses for coloring, beeswax for stiffness, and olive oil to help it flow - the latter having the unfortunate tendency to go rancid several hours after use. In 1924 the New York Board of Health considered banning lipstick, not because it was hazardous to the wearers but because of "the worry that it might poison the men who kissed the women who wore it." -- David Bodanis, "The Secret House"