Still without a date for its official opening, the New York Makeup Museum is ready. It will be a space dedicated to the history of makeup, which is 10,000 years old and the beauty industry.

The new museum will debut with a special exhibition called Pink Jungle: 1950s Makeup in America, which will explore makeup in the 1950s, including trends, beauty icons, entrepreneurs and artifacts, according to the website Hypebae.

As an official beauty sponsor for the opening exhibition, Givaudan will provide information about its critical role in the history of fragrances, part of the history of beauty. Perfumer Caroline Sabas of Givaudan, created an exclusive fragrance inspired by the 50s, “Pink Jungle”, to perfume the exhibition space.

“We want people to know the story behind a fragrance. Who created it, how it was developed and how the techniques have evolved over the years,” said Emily Bond, head of Fine Fragrance North America at Givaudan.

The exhibition will also feature old items, such as the Erno Laszlo product line, famous for Marilyn Monroe and Greta Garbo. Other official sponsors include pioneering companies that were instrumental in shaping and defining beauty in the 1950s, such as Alcone Company, CONAIR and Erno Laszlo, whose product line is famous for being used by divas Marilyn Monroe and Greta Garbo.

The debut exhibition is dedicated to the 1950s, the birth of the modern cosmetics industry. Featuring everything there is to know about beauty, from the makeup used by queens and pharaohs in ancient Egypt to the drag scene and much more, the Makeup Museum will be the destination for people enchanted with the art of makeup.

The exhibitions held at the Makeup Museum are immersive experiences that not only display important beauty items over the years, but also provide information about the cultural impact of makeup. Your space promises to be as beautiful as the subject.

The museum is located at 94 Gansevoort St., in the West Village of Manhattan. For more information or to join the mailing list, visit the Makeup Museum website Makeup Museum. Or follow the museum on Instagram  , Facebook   and Twitter),