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A Century in Red
A Century in Red Lip Color Palette - A classic collection of the most stunning reds of our time, featuring one shade for each decade:
Bell Epoque (1910's)—A rich bee-stung red stain befitting of the Gibson Girls.
Flapper (1920's)—A deep burgundy crème, perfect for dancing the Charleston.
Platinum Blonde (1930's)—A true red-brown that Garbo would favor.
Rosie the Riveter (1940's)—The color that endured WWII, a rich blue-red.
Gamine (1950's)—A bright orange-red that Lucy would love.
Mod (1960's)—A "pop" pinky-red gloss.
Disco (1970's)—A deep shimmering cranberry to boogie down in.
New Wave (1980's)—A cool, nude red crème for when you feel like a “material girl.”
Virtual (1990's)—A brown-red crème, perfect for surfing the net.
Futura (for the millennium)—A scarlet-red gloss with a hit of platinum, to lead the way to the next century.