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December 2019

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  • However, unfortunately, the reality of the situation is that due to the current climate of the online beauty community, consumers are feeling more pressured than ever to own beauty outside their budget through the normalization of massive makeup collections seen online, ” collector’s mentality,” and tactics used both consciously and subliminally from the online space’s most influential brands and content creators.
  • A post shared by Jeffree Star Cosmetics (@jeffreestarcosmetics) on Oct 19, 2019 at 8:04pm PDT
  • On my quest to see just how much a consumer would need to spend to complete one look from their favorite YouTuber, I compared makeup tutorials from the two of the most subscribed to beauty channels in their respective time.
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Read full article: gritdaily.com

  • Forty percent of Americans have made a purchase from direct-to-consumer (DTC) brands in the last year, according to a new survey from communications agency Diffusion.
  • Consumers reported hearing about DTC brands via social media or influencers (19%), print or online ads (18%), word of mouth from friends (15%), or print or online reviews (14%).
  • Direct-to-consumer brands have increasingly moved into the physical space, blurring the lines between their business model and that of traditional retail.

Read full article: retaildive.com

  • When the same blog was converted into a website a few months later, Thakkar, who had just finished her graduation in commerce and was preparing for her final chartered accountancy exam, was offered her first brand collaboration: writing a review for a skincare product.
  • It was her initiation into the world of a social media influencer, which has now become her full-time job.
  • ” At that time, there were just a couple of blogs related to beauty products and skincare.
  • The first blog was on a free platform, but when Mumbai-based Thakkar saw her posts were generating interest, she decided to take on a professional approach.
  • With time, work started pouring in and brands approached her to try their products and post reviews.

Read full article: livemint.com

  • In the last decade itself, blowouts made way for messy buns, contouring turned into #nomakeupmakeup, and dewy skin got replaced by matte.
  • While smooth, frizz-free, bouncy curls will never actually go out of style, the ‘Kate Effect’ bumped the popularity of the blowout much higher than the straightened strands that were popular through the mid and late 2000s.
  • The origins of contouring can be traced to one particular photo-of Kim Kardashian West ‘s mid-makeup face.
  • 18-year-old Jenner created much controversy when she posted a photo on Instagram with much larger lips, which she then used to sell and market her debut beauty product-a liquid lipstick and lip liner set that promised a larger, more pillow-y pout.
  • As K-beauty products became more readily available, and the conversation turned to double cleansing, 10-step skincare routines and face masks, glass skin-which refers to blemish-free, supple, translucent, super dewy and almost wet skin-became ubiquitous.

Read full article: vogue.in

  • Nivea In-Shower Body Moisturiser
  • Aveda Speed Of Light Blow Dry Accelerator Spray
  • Kiko Milano Smart Radiance Cream
  • Ouai Memory Mist
  • Sally Hansen Insta-Dri Nail Color
  • Clinique Beyond Perfecting Foundation + Concealer
  • It Cosmetics Your Skin But Better CC+ Airbrush Perfecting Powder SPF 50+
  • Laura Geller Lashboss Major Length, Volume, Curl Mascara
  • Kat Von D Tattoo Liner
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Read full article: vogue.in

  • she is a highly sort after makeup artist and has worked on the set of many local and international music videos, editorial spreads, movies, magazine, campaigns, fashion shows and Tv commercials.
  • I wanted to learn things like skincare, skin tones, skin correction and everything that has to do with makeup.
  • My passion is working on music video set because I’ll get to see my work on tv
  • Unlike other makeup artist you are also known to work on TV commercials, and music videos.
  • You are going to work on different people with different skin tones.

Read full article: modernghana.com

  • From turning chocolates into body scrub to using potatoes to polish your silver, there are all sorts of unique ways to put your surplus festive food to good use.
  • With British households throwing away 4.2 million Christmas dinners every year – the equivalent of 17.2 million Brussels sprouts, 11.9 million carrots and 7.5 million mince pies – there’s more reason than ever not to let it go to waste.
  • So, here’s our Boxing Day guide to using up your Christmas food and drink … on your face, body, hair and even your home.
  • They’re rich in Vitamin C, proven to reduce brown spots and inflammation and boost the production of collagen, which makes skin firm and dewy.
  • Put them in a blender, with a tablespoon of honey, two tablespoons of olive oil (less if your skin is oily; more if it’s dry) and a squeeze of lemon juice, and puree.
  • Rinse a small handful of cooked (roasted or boiled) sprouts under cold water and put them in a blender along with 300ml of orange juice, a thumb-sized piece of fresh ginger, half a teaspoon of turmeric and the juice of half a lemon.

Read full article: infosurhoy.com

  • BidaskClub downgraded shares of Ulta Beauty (NASDAQ:ULTA) from a sell rating to a strong sell rating in a research report report published on Friday morning, BidAskClub reports.
  • Morgan Stanley cut Ulta Beauty from an overweight rating to an equal weight rating and lowered their price target for the company from $395.00 to $275.00 in a report on Friday, August 30th.
  • Citigroup cut Ulta Beauty from a buy rating to a neutral rating and lowered their price target for the company from $390.00 to $300.00 in a report on Friday, August 30th.
  • JPMorgan Chase & Co. increased their price target on Ulta Beauty from $317.00 to $326.00 and gave the company an overweight rating in a report on Friday, December 6th.
  • Stifel Nicolaus lowered their price target on Ulta Beauty from $315.00 to $250.00 and set a hold rating on the stock in a report on Friday, August 30th.

Read full article: thelincolnianonline.com

  • Uber-premium cosmetics brand Helena Rubinstein ” is back” in travel retail, launching this week the first of a series of initiatives tapping into the Chinese market in particular.
  • It marked the first travel retail Asia pop-up for the brand, which would not have been possible without the support of The Shilla, said Petrina Kho, GM of Helena Rubinstein at L’Oreal Travel Retail Asia Pacific.
  • Next year, the brand will be ramping up its activities in travel retail, she says.

Read full article: retailnews.asia