About Beauty Products of Gor for Free Women and slaves

I want to look beautiful


 

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder

I looked at the incredibly lovely girl in the mirror, she bedecked in a rope of red silk, made-up, perfumed, vulnerable, soft, with armlets, and bracelets, golden beads intertwined in the Turian collar.
“She is beautiful,” I whispered. Sucha had much helped me.
“Rather pretty for a peddler’s girl,” smiled Sucha.
“I am afraid,” I said.
“Do not be afraid,” said Sucha.
“What are my duties?” I asked.
“Exquisite beauty and absolute obedience,” said Sucha.”
“Slave Girl of Gor” page 261


“there were rooms where such subjects as the care and dressing of hair, the application of cosmetics, the selection and use of perfumes, manicure and pedicure, and slave costuming were taught.”
“Kajira of Gor” page 147


Cosmetics:

“I waited my turn before the mirror and applied the cosmetics of the Gorean slave girl. I knew well how to do this, for I had been trained.”
“Captive of Gor” page 322

“The girls cried out nervously, making last minute additions or adjustments to their jewelries and silks. Some intently applied cosmetics.”
“Slave Girl of Gor” page 261


Eye Shadow:

Later many of the other girls joined us in the room of preparation, for they must serve, as I.
“In five Ehn,” cried a man from outside, “ you must be in the hall of the feast.”
The girls cried out nervously, making last minute additions or adjustments to their jewelries and silks. Some intently applied cosmetics. Two nearly fought over a small disk of eye shadow, but the whip of Sucha, lowered between them, divided them.”
“Slave Girl of Gor” page 261


Hair:

“One would not wish to buy a girl thinking she was auburn, a rare and muchly prized hair color on Gor, for example, and then discover later that she was, say, blond. Against such fraud, needless to say, the law provides redress. Slavers will take pains in checking out new catches, or acquisitions, to ascertain the natural color of their hair, one of the items one expects to find, along with fingerprints and measurements, and such, on carefully prepared slave papers.”
“Vagabonds of Gor” page 186

“The reservations about hair coloring are particularly acute in commercial situations. One would not wish to buy a girl thinking she was auburn, a rare and muchly prized hair color on Gor, for example, and then discover later that she was, say, blond. Against such fraud, needless to say, the law provides redress.”
“Vagabonds of Gor” page 186

“Comb your hair, ” said a man, bringing out a box of wooden combs, “and then you will be fed.”
We took the combs and knelt, letting the blankets fall about our waist, and combed our hair, I think it pleased the men to see us do this. Gorean men relish women, and enjoy watching them, even in the performance of such simple, homely acts as combing their hair. To be sure, we were bare breasted, and slaves, and obeying, We had not been asked to form a combing circle, probably because they were willing to permit us to remain in the vicinity of the fire, There were too few of us to circumscribe the fire. We would have had to withdraw from the fire, or most of us. In the combing circle we kneel in a circle, each girl combing the hair of the girl in front of her. Making us comb our hair before we were fed. Incidentally is typical of the manner in which Gorean men treat female slaves. The woman is to be presentable and beautiful, before she is permitted food. How much darker. I noted, did my hair, and that of the other brunets look, when it was wet. The comb were of yellow wood, and had long teeth. The entire comb, including the teeth, was about five inches square. There are various hairdos in which such comb are worn in the hair. Usually, however, the hair of slaves is worn long, and loose, or confined only in some simple way, as with a ribbon or woolen fillet. some Masters like the ponytail hairdo on a slave, which, on gor, is usually spoken of as the “leash,” or “hair leash,” for, by it, a girl may be conveniently seized and controlled. Upswept hairdos are usually reserved for free women, or high slaves. They are a mark of status. To be sure, one of the reasons for permission a hairdo of that sort to a slave is the masters’ pleasure in undoing it, in loosening it, thus reminding even the high slave that in his arms, ultimately, she, the high slave, is yet a slave, and as much or more that the lowest girl in the most remote village. The loosening of a woman’s hair on Gor is an extremely sensuous, meaningful act. “who loosens her hair?” is a way of asking, in effect, who owns her.”
“Dancer of Gor” page 111/2

“She then removed her hands from her hair. Behind her, her hair came, falling, to the sweetness of her shoulder blades. This was a bit short for the hair of a Gorean slave girl. Their hair, as is required by most masters, is usually somewhat long. There is more that can be done with long hair, both with respect to adding variety to the girl’s appearance and in the furs, than with short hair. Sometimes a girl is even tied in her own hair. Most importantly, perhaps, long hair is beautiful on a girl, or surely, at least, on many girls. Too, many masters enjoy unbinding it, before ordering a girl to the furs. Unbinding a girl’s hair, on Gor, incidentally, is culturally understood as being the act of one who owns her. A free woman, captured, whose hair her captor unbinds, usually the first time by the stroke of a knife, a precaution against poison pins and other devices, knows full well by this act that she will soon be made his slave. Many Gorean masters, incidentally, shape and trim the hair of their own girls. This is less expensive than having it done in a pen. Too, it is pleasant to cut the hair of a girl one owns. She generally kneels, a wrap of rep-cloth about her shoulders, while this is done. Beneath the wrap of rep-cloth, of course, she is naked and in the position of a pleasure slave. When one is through with the cutting it is convenient to have her.”
“Explorers of Gor” page 198

“Hair of the female state slave of AR is cut short and brushed back around the head; the common slave girl, normally has rather long hair, which is unbound.”
“Assassin of Gor” page 394

“I sat on the bank, watching her work with her hair. She was now combing it out, with her fingers. She would not yet be entitled, of course, to use the common brush and comb allotted for the use of the coffle. The other girls, unless the masters intervened, would vote on whether or not she was to be granted its use. This is a way of encouraging a new girl to be congenial and to participate equitably in the work. One negative vote will keep the brush and comb from a new girl. The suspension of brush-and-comb privileges is also used, upon occasion, by the first girls as a disciplinary measure, within the coffle.”
“Savages of Gor” page 231

“The commercial value of long hair might also be mentioned. Aside from the obvious fact that it might improve the price of a girl in her sale or resale, it can also be sheared and sold. Free women sometimes buy hair for wigs or falls.”
“Blood Brothers of Gor” page 245

Lipstick:

“At the wall on my right there were fifteen slave rings. To each, on furs, there was chained, by the left ankle, a bare-breasted girl.(…) Their lips were rouged and they wore eye-shadow. Some glistening red substance had been sprinkled on their hair.”
“Assassin of Gor” page 88

“‘You are a hot little slut,’ she said.
“Kneel before the mirror.” I did so.
“There are one hundred and eleven basic shades of slave lipstick,” said Sucha. “Much depends on the mood of the master.”
Later many of the other girls joined us in the room of preparation, for they must serve, as I.
“In five Ehn,” cried a man from outside, “you must be in the hall of the feast.”
The girls cried out nervously, making last minute additions or adjustments to their jewelries and silks.
Some intently applied cosmetics. Two nearly fought over a small disk of eye shadow, but the whip of Sucha, lowered between them, divided them.
I looked at the incredibly lovely girl in the mirror, she bedecked in a rope of red silk, made-up, perfumed, vulnerable, soft, with armlets, and bracelets, golden beads intertwined in the Turian collar.
“She is beautiful,” I whispered. Sucha had much helped me.
“Rather pretty for a peddler’s girl,” smiled Sucha.
“I am afraid,” I said.
“Do not be afraid,” said Sucha.
“What are my duties?” I asked.
“Exquisite beauty and absolute obedience,” said Sucha.”
“Slave Girl of Gor” page 261

“I am sorry, Master,” she said. Our lips were quite close. With the tip of my tongue I touched her lips. Some slave cosmetics are flavored. “Does Master enjoy my taste?” she asked.
“The lipstick is flavored,” I said.
“I know,” she said.
“It reminds me of the cherries of Tyros,” I said.
“I do not know what the flavor is,” she said, “but it is lovely, is it not?”
“Yes,” I said.
“Taste your slave again, “ she begged. I kissed her.”
“Beasts of Gor” page 349


Nail Polish:

“Her toenails were not painted, of course. Such is almost unheard of among Gorean free women and is rare even among slaves. The usual Gorean position on the matter is that toenails and fingernails are not, say, red by nature and thus should not be made to appear as if they were. They also tend to frown upon the dyeing of hair. On the other hand, the ornamentation, and adornment, of slaves by means such as jewelry, cosmetics, for example, lipstick and eye shadow, perfume, and such, is common, particularly in the evening. Also, to be sure, her fingernails and toenails might be painted. She is a domestic animal, she may be adorned in any way one pleases.”
“Vagabonds of Gor” page 186


Perfume:

“I smelled the slave perfume. I recalled it from the palace of Suleiman Pasha, when the girl, with Zaya, the other slave had served black wine. A rich master will often have individual purfumes specially blended and matched to the slave nature of his various girls. All are slaves, completely, but each girl, collared, imbonded, is deliciously different. Some slave purfumes are right for some slaves, and others not, Vella’s perfume, I thought, doubtless a tribute to the skills of some perfumer, had suited her superbly. It fitted her well, like a measured collar”
“Tribesmen of Gor” page 230

“I knelt on the tiles. It was warm outside, but cool inside, in the shade. I smelled the perfumes of the shop, many of which were being blended by hand from signature recipes in the back of the shop. Signature recipes are unique, and secret. They are the result of a perfumer’s consultations and experiments, the outcome of an effort to devise the perfect perfume for a given woman, though perhaps relativized to a time of day and mood. A wealthy woman may have as many as ten or fifteen signature recipes, each different. They are called signature recipes not only because they are individualized to a given woman but because the recipe bears the perfumer’s signature, indicating that he accepts it as a perfume worthy of his house. These recipes, interestingly, are kept on file in the perfumer’s strong boxes. The ingredients and processing remain the secrets of the perfumer. There are also, of course, perfumes associated with a given house, which may be purchased by more than one woman. These recipes are sometimes, by an extension of usage, also called signature recipes. They are, at any rate, supposedly unique to given houses. Also, of course, there are hundreds of more standard perfumes. The preparation of which is widely understood by the perfumers of many cities. Slave perfumes, of course, are an entirely different area. These are usually heavier scents, and more sensual, than those used by free women, scents more fitting to a woman who must obey, and perfectly. There are hundreds of slave perfumes, as there are hundreds of perfumes for free women. The perfumes of Gor, as those of Earth have not, have given special attention to the development of perfumes for slaves. There is thus, on Gor, a subtle and complex variety of slave perfumes available, exciting, provocative, sensuous and unmistakable. There are perfumes for the slave in any woman on Gor. Sometimes, though this is more expensive, a girl is brought in to the perfumers by her master for a consultation; the perfumer then questions the girl, orders her about, and may even caress her; then, in the light of her background and history, and intellectual and physiological nature, he recommends a perfume, or blend of perfumes, for her; this perfume, or blend of perfume, is thus, in its way, matched to her unique beauty and bondage. Most slave girls, however, feel that an individualized perfume is not necessary. Too, they often wish to use a variety of perfumes, depending on various factors, such as the time of day and their own moods, and those of the master. Too, many girls are stimulated by wearing a perfume that they know, like the collar and the brand, is common to many slaves. It can make them feel their bondage even more deeply and sensuously.”
“Fighting Slave of Gor” page 212

“Talena stepped forth from behind the silk curtain. I had thought she had retired. Instead, she stood before me in the diaphanous, scarlet dancing silks of Gor. She had rouged her lips. My head swam at the sudden intoxicating scent of a wild perfume.”
“Tarnsman of Gor” page 154

““They did not teach you their secrets then,” I said, “such things as how to please men?” There are hundreds of such things, of course, ranging from the dressing and care of the hair, the application of cosmetics, such as lipstick and eye shadow, commonly thought improper for free women, and the judicious selection of jewelry, silks and perfumes, to physical and psychological subtleties, both behaviors and techniques, which can drive a master almost out of his senses with pleasure, and all this by a female totally at his disposal, one whom he can command, as it pleases him, one who is legally and literally owned by him, and in every way.”
“Magicians of Gor page 307

“And lastly it is only fair to mention, beyond such things, the subtleties of silking, of perfumes, of cosmetics, of adornment, and such. We are expected to know such things, and to utilize them to achieve desired effects.”
“Witness of Gor” page 51


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