Wow, ! Guess that made way for the flappers of the s to expose themsevles. Great info, Eliza! We haven't really come far as far as hair removal have we, LOL. Loved your post.
ANCIENT ROMAN CLOTHES, HAIRSTYLES AND PERFUMES
Shaving, Romans and Facial Hair – Lucius' Romans
Beards have had many uses during the history of humans. Early humans used beards for warmth and intimidation. Prehistoric men grew beards for warmth, intimidation and protection. Facial hair kept prehistoric men warm and it also protected their mouths from sand, dirt, the sun and many other different elements.
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Cosmetics , first used in ancient Rome for ritual purposes,  were part of daily life for women , especially prostitutes and the wealthy. Some fashionable cosmetics, such as those imported from China , Germany and Gaul , were so expensive that the Lex Oppia tried to limit their use in BCE. Cosmetics were applied in private, usually in a small room where men did not enter.
Facial hair has been represented in art since the first cave person picked up a piece of charcoal and decided to draw a man. Over the centuries facial hair has fallen in and out of fashion. Hairy faces have been lauded, derided, commemorated in art and even legislated against. In ancient Egypt, for example, shaving was associated with cleanliness, so priests shaved themselves entirely and would then wear a stylised false beard for ceremonial purposes. Surviving Egyptian art suggests that non-priests also wore false beards, in this case to emphasise that they were followers of the god Osiris.