Are you wearing red lipstick or gloss? Don't freak out like this lady, but there could be squished bugs on your lips right now. Macerated cochineal bugs are a very common source of red coloring, but until recently, cosmetic companies weren't required to identify the colors as such, using deceptive terms like "artificial colors," "natural red," and "crimson lake." Last year, though, the FDA ruled that companies have to start listing the dye as cochineal or carmine by 2011. If you don't like insect juice in your makeup and food, this is the perfect time to start reading your labels.