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The implication of these articles was that rouge was for teen girls who acted very provocatively with men. Black became popular in the late 1970s and into the 1990s. In the 1950s, black had been worn by actresses starring in horror films. It became popular again due in part to punk and goth subcultures. In the mid-1980s, so-called mood were sold to adults by mainstream cosmetic companies. This type changes colors after it is applied, based on changes in skin's pH that supposedly reflect the wearer's mood. They had resurgence in the very early 21st century, offered by inexpensive as well as more exclusive cosmetic lines, and color changing chemicals also appeared in lipgloss, such as Smashbox, and blush, such as Stila Custom Color Blush.
Dark red was popular in the 1920s. Flappers wore it to symbolize their independence. It was worn around to form a ‘Cupid's bow’, inspired by actress Clara Bow. At that time, it was acceptable to apply it in public and during lunch, but never at dinner. In the early 1930s, Elizabeth Arden began to introduce different colors. She inspired other companies to create a variety of shades and it was seen as symbol of adult. Teenage girls believed that it was a symbol of womanhood.
In the mid 1940s, several teen books and magazines stressed that men prefer a natural look over a made up look. Books and magazines also warned girls that wearing cosmetics could ruin their chances of popularity and a career.