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From Medieval Times to Monroe: The History of Beauty Marks

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From Medieval Times to Monroe: The History of Beauty Marks
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Beauty marks haven't always been beautiful; in fact, for a large part of human history, they've been considered hideous, bad luck, or even a sign of poor money management! And while Madonna may have ditched her mole back in the early '90s, for many of us, these marks are permanent features. Check out the crazy ways different cultures have interpreted beauty marks and find out whether your moles would have netted you a good husband or a visit to the exorcist.

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