Maybelline History 101

Good afternoon, friends!  A few weeks ago I shared some pictures from inside Maybelline’s 100th Anniversary celebration in Toronto.  I left out just a couple of pictures, but it was totally on purpose, because I wanted to share them in a special ‘Maybelline History 101’ lesson.  So get comfy, grab your pen and paper, because class is in session.

How cool!  Click through to check out a fun fact from every decade that Maybelline has been around.

This is SO creative.  I always like hearing fun facts about the history of cosmetics companies, and even more than that, I love seeing some of their vintage products.

Any of these facts surprise you?  Let me know in the comments below.  Until next time, toodles! – Shawna

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