Lead In Lipstick

For most women, applying lipstick is part of the daily routine, but many don't realize in order to get that perfect pout, it may mean coating your lips in traces of lead. The toxin was found in every brand the Food and Drug Administration tested. Newschannel 6 Lindsey Forst talked with a Texoma specialist about the potential health risks associated to lead in your lipstick.

Lipstick comes in every shade you can imagine, but something most women can't imagine is that the tiny tubes also contain a harmful toxin. The FDA this month is publishing the results of its investigation into lead in lipstick. The agency did the tests in response to the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics' survey that found traces of the toxin in a number of lipsticks on the market.

"The FDA released a follow up study that found lead in all samples of lead it tested and actually found levels four times what we found in our study," Lisa Archer said. She is the director for the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics.

Maybelline, L'Oreal and Cover Girl were among the brands earning a place in the top ten lipsticks with the highest lead content. Of the 400 tested, the worst is Maybelline's Color Sensational Pink Petal with 7.19 ppm. The FDA has no set limits for lead in cosmetics, only specifications for the amount in color additives used in the products.

"What we're calling for is to update outdated laws. They're from 1938 and the industry has changed a lot. We have a 70 year-old law governing a $60 million industry. With thousands of products and thousands of new chemicals in the market, most of which has never been assessed for safety," Archer said.

While the FDA claims there is no safety concern with the amount of

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Khloe Kardashian Breaks Down Her '90s Beauty Look — Including Brown Lipstick

Flashback Friday! Khloé Kardashian's latest beauty look is '90s-inspired and utterly fabulous for it, so it's no surprise she broke it down for Us via her app.

The Kocktails With Khloé host, 31, modeled a copper-toned smoky eye, bronzed cheeks and the kind of milk chocolate lip shade a Spice Girl would be proud of.

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"You probably won't even want to take this brown lipstick off," said Kardashian's makeup artist Mary Phillips. "It's from Charlotte Tilbury's Matte Revolution line in Birkin Brown. It's so non-drying that it's hard to believe it is a matte. It applied like silk, and the colors are to die for!"

Phillips lined the reality star's lips with Bobbi Brown Lip Liner Pencil in Nude ($21, macys.com) before swiping on Tilbury's Birkin Brown ($32, charlottetilbury.com). Kevyn Aucoin The Creamy Glow Duo in Duo #3 Tansoleil/Bettina ($28, sephora.com) contoured Kardashian's face, while the YSL Eye Shadow Duo in #35 Caramel Tan ($40, amazon.com) created her sultry eye makeup.

Is Taylor Swift Over Her Classic Beauty Phase? These Photos Make Us Think Yes

Is the red-lips classic thing no longer what Taylor Swift likes? Can it be true? We're thinking maybe. Ever since she debuted her new platinum hair, we've been wondering whether a major makeup shift would follow—and the wildly different look she chose for Gigi Hadid's birthday party last night points directly to yes.

That is not lipstick that we associate with Taylor Swift. We've seen plenty of celebrities go this dark recently, but never her. This wine/raisin stain is so vamp-chic and rock-n-roll, equal parts Rooney Mara and Rihanna. Oh wait, come to think of it .

Coincidence that Swift was fangirling hard at Rihanna's show a week ago—and that RiRi was rocking a similar dark lipstick shade? We think not. Maybe the aftermood of that concert, intermingled with the platinum hair's edgy energy, is what has Swift finally shaking off the winged eyeliner/red lipstick combination she's kept as her signature for years now. In her last-night look, note the lack of liner, plus the addition of burgundy blush upswept generously in '80s fashion.

Of course, it's possible that this was a one-night makeup experiment and that the red and the wings will return tomorrow. The only thing we know for sure is that Swift has to vamp it up for Monday's Met Gala, because the unfamiliar bad-girl Taylor in this photo is working that lipstick hard, and we need to see more of her. Until then, here are 16 other times celebrities surprised us with their daring dark lipsticks. Maybe you'll even get up the nerve to finally try the trend, if you haven't already.