I’ve never really been into make-up. With the exception of foundation and some concealer (due to my hormonally challenged skin), I hardly ever wear it. Come to think of it, I also don’t really like shopping, clothes, jewelry, weddings and babies soooooo just take my female parts away now!!! Well, I guess this means I won’t be visiting the Lipstick Museum in Berlin anytime soon. Das Lippenstift-Museum is an homage to the world’s most popular make-up item. Some of the tubes of wax, oil, and pigment date back to 1883, even though this is an ancient cosmetic. Besides the old posters and other lipstick-related items, there are a half dozen lipsticks used by Evita Peron as well as 125 real lip kissed cards by such celebs as Mireille Mathieu, Bonnie Tyler and Brigitte Nielsen (not sure she’s a real celeb, but I’m sure Flavor Flav thinks so). Even though make-up artist René Koch calls his private lipstick collection a museum, it can only be viewed by appointment. But a tour led by a German dude who REALLY loves lipstick (I mean, look at him!!!) is probably more interesting than the museum itself.