Corinthian pyxis with a red powder, and two make-up pots with molded tablets of white lead, all having the same diameter and weight (2.75 cm and 5.5 g). Ancient Greek, found in a tomb from the 5th c. BC.
The Ancient Greeks considered pale skin to be a sign of prestige and beauty so they wore minimal makeup and painted their face with white lead. They used olive oil to make their skin shine and moisturize with honey. Only rich women wore makeup due to the cost.