A toothy fact

Thursday, June 27, 2013

Although bright white teeth may be the in thing now, in years gone by Japanese women used to dye their teeth black. Called ohaguro (black teeth), the effect was accomplished by colouring teeth with a dye made with a solution of iron soaked in tea.

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Lisa xx

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  1. That's an interesting fact :)

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  2. Ehi dears! I'm following you on g+ and bloglovin cause on the 1st July Gfc will close!

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    1. Aww thanks hunny we need to make sure we do that too

      Lx

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  3. HAha interesting, when i was a kid I used to put black gum in my front teeth so my mum would think I had no teeth :)


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    1. Haha cute ! I bet she fell for it a few times too

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  4. Thanks for following me hun. This is a interesting fact.

    Kate - Sparkle Dust x

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    1. I love facts theres lots more to come haha : )

      Lx

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  6. Blimey! And we're always told our teeth aren't white enough.
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    1. I know crazy isn't it, every culture has different ideas of what is beautiful its so interesting.

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