#BeautyRecap: June 21st, 2017

Products and Reviews

Kim Kardashian previews her upcoming beauty line KKW Beauty
Allure.com, Elle.com, Glamour.com, Allure.com, WMagazine.com, Glamour.com, WMagazine.com, TeenVogue.com, Allure.com, Glamour.com, TeenVogue.com, Forbes.com

Pat McGrath to launch 9 Lust MatteTrance Lipsticks
Allure.com, Allure.com – Video, TeenVogue.com, Glamour.com

A look at Beauty Pie’s new skincare line
Allure.com, Racked.com, Byrdie.com

Shiseido’s bareMinerals launches a custom foundation service with MATCHco
PRNewswire.com

50% of Milk Makeup’s Glitter Stick proceeds will go towards NY’s LGBT Community Center for Pride month
Glamour.com, TeenVogue.com, Allure.com, Elle.com

A look at the ColourPop Yes, Please! eyeshadow palette
Allure.com

Reviews of the Bolden Brightening Moisturizer with SPF 50 for people of colour
Allure.com, TeenVogue.com, Glamour.com

A review of the St. Tropez Tanning Sheetmask
Bustle.com

A look at the Real Techniques PowderBleu brush collection
TeenVogue.com

A review of L’Oreal’s Voluminous Lash Paradise mascara
Glamour.com

A look at the MAC Chromat collection
Allure.com, Refinery29.com

Reviews of the Nars Powermatte Liquid Lip pigments
Allure.com

Clarins to launch 8th generation of its Double Serum
WWD.com – Paywall

A review of the Farsali Rose Gold serum
Allure.com

Supersmile launches a $150 USD toothpaste
TeenVogue.com

A review of the Urban Decay Naked Highlighting Fluid in Skywalk
TeenVogue.com

A look at the OILLE line of skincare products which feature essential oils
Allure.com

A look at the Sally Hansen x Crayola collaboration
Allure.com

Coppertone launches Clearly Sheer Whipped sunscreen
PRNewswire.com

La Roche Posay reveals its latest version of My UV Patch
PRNewswire.com

Retail

Estee Lauder discontinues the Estee Edit
Racked.com, TeenVogue.com, WWD.com – Paywall

Estee Lauder plans to expand the Victoria Beckham beauty collaboration
Allure.com

Elf launches a Primer Finder tool to help you find a primer
Bustle.com

Deciem to open first US store in NYC
Racked.com

St. Ives opens a pop-up in NYC
PRNewswire.com

“I custom made my own body lotion at the St. Ives popup”
Bustle.com

Rue La La and Allure partner on beauty box
PRNewswire.com

Skin Laundry opening a shop-in store in Chicago Ulta
WWD.com – Paywall

Nu Skin expands its research into skin devices
NuSkin.com

Benefit Cosmetics to launch on Nordstrom.com
Popsugar.com

Four new skincare brands to try from Refinery29
Refinery29.com

NYX to offer makeup artist consultations in-store
Allure.com

Storybook Cosmetics may be working on a Care Bears themed line
HelloGiggles.com

Ulta opens its 999th store in Chicago
RetailDive.com

A look at “witchy” beauty finds at HausWitch
Vogue.com

Milk Makeup debuts #LiveYourLook campaign winners
TeenVogue.com

The beauty products that were used on Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman
Allure.com

Maha Syeda shares her Ramadan beauty routine
TeenVogue.com

Too Faced partners with Wilhelmina to find the next “big face”
Allure.com

11 cream blushes selected by Allure
Allure.com

13 holographic highlighters selected by Allure
Allure.com, Allure.com – Video

15 “badass” red lipsticks selected by Allure
Allure.com

7 bath salts selected by Vogue
Vogue.com

Luxe dandruff products selected by Glamour
Glamour.com

Favourite sunscreens selected by Allure editors
Allure.com

Celebrities and Interviews

An interview with Paula Begoun
Fashionista.com

An interview with Charlotte Cho, Sokoglam’s co-founder
KoreaTimes.co.kr

Kim Kardashian West accused of Blackface in ad for her beauty line
TeenVogue.com

Kim Kardashian West responds to allegations of using Blackface in her latest ad
Allure.com, Glamour.com, TeenVogue.com

Bella Hadid becomes face of Nars’ Fall collection
HarpersBazaar.com.au

Dr. Nava Greenfield gives tips on treating scarring
TeenVogue.com

Beau Nelson and Troy Surratt give tips on makeup for photos
TeenVogue.com

An interview with April Gargiulo, maker of Vintner’s Daughter serum
WMagazine.com

Youtuber Hank & Henry is launching their own cosmetic line
Allure.com

Beauty gurus share their foundation application tips
Elle.com

“What I learned at the Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop Conference”
Glamour.com, Elle.com

Beauty tips from Lucy Hale
WMagazine.com

Rashida Jones reviews beauty products
Allure.com – Video

An interview with fashion blogger Chiara Ferragni about beauty
Elle.com.au

An interview with Victoria’s Secret Angel Zuri Tibby about beauty
Allure.com

An interview with Victoria’s Secret Angel Sara Sampaio about beauty
Elle.com

Model Hari Nef’s beauty routine for a night out
Vogue.com – Video

An interview with Sue Y Nabi, founder of Orveda
FT.com

Asia & World

BTS is collaborating with VT Cosmetics and launching their own skincare line (Possibly fake news)
KoreaPortal.com

Memebox to launch I Dew Care and Nooni lines in Ulta
WWD.com – Paywall

Japan’s cosmetics shipments top record
Nikkei.com

Japan blocks more South Korean imports amid cosmetics boom
Nikkei.com

China blacklists 24 South Korean cosmetics firms
YonhapNews.co.kr, KoreaHerald.com

Sa Sa chairman says China and South Korea’s THAAD dispute has lowered their sales
Nikkei.com

Luxury beauty surpasses mass beauty brands in 2016 in China
JingDaily.com

An interview with makeup artist Chonsungah about beauty
Vogue.com.au

@cosme announces its Best Cosmetics Awards 2017 Mid-Year recipients
PRNewswire.com

Korean beauty companies are partnering with beauty bloggers to offer sales
KoreaHerald.com

Singaporean authorities warn of potential contamination of cosmetics purchased online
ChannelNewsAsia.com

Tabita cosmetics seized in Cambodia
KhmerTimesKH.com

Mosé beauty store opens in Lagos
Pulse.ng

Markets in Bangladesh abuzz with fake cosmetics ahead of Eid
DhakaTribune.com

Smashbox founder is excited for their India expansion
IndiaTimes.com

How yoga guru Baba Ramdev of Patanjali is mastering the consumer goods market in India
UPenn.edu

Natural skincare is booming in India
QZ.com

Outreach

L’Oréal receives Equileap’s award for Gender Equality
LOreal.com

Canada bans plastic microbeads in cosmetics
ChemicalWatch.com

Costco “stepping-up” scrutiny of chemicals in products
Bloomberg.com

Galderma, makers of Cetaphil, continue partnership with Camp Wonder
PRNewswire.com

European Commission publishes cosmetics nano inventory
ChemicalWatch.com

Scientists call on US FDA to expand restrictions on triclosan and triclocarban
WashingtonPost.com

Sephora is expanding its Accelerator program abroad
WWD.com – Paywall

Sonar and Stratus Pharmaceuticals shut down by the US FDA for selling unapproved drugs
FDA.gov

US FDA issues warning letter to Perfectly Posh for drug-like claims
FDA.gov

Market

“The rise and fall – and rise – of beauty subscription boxes”
Fashionista.com

Avon chief Sheri McCoy expected to step down
FT.com

Estee Lauder to expand premium cosmetics market in Brazil
Plus55.com

Corporate

Unilever to acquire Hourglass Cosmetics
Unilever.com

Estee Lauder invests in Deciem
BusinessWire.com, Allure.com, Zacks.com, Forbes.com

Coty renews its relationship with Middle Eastern distributor Chalhoub Group
WWD.com – Paywall

Alex Keith succeeds Patrice Louvet as head of P&G Beauty
WWD.com – Paywall

Yes To, Inc. receives $56 million USD minority investment from Viking Global Investors
BusinessWire.com

Interesting Reads

“I got a facial every week for a month and this is what happened” Not much, but she felt pampered
Allure.com

“Why liquid lipsticks get all over your teeth, and tips to stop it”
Glamour.com

“People are using Coca-Cola as a tanning lotion” Don’t.
Allure.com, TeenVogue.com

Tips on creating an eco-friendly beauty routine
TeenVogue.com

“Coconut oil is a popular ingredient, but that doesn’t make it a good toothpaste”
Allure.com

A plastic surgeon explains what an endoscopic face-lift is
Allure.com

Facial filler chin augmentations are on the rise
HarpesBazaar.co.uk

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#BeautyRecap: June 13th, 2017

Products and Reviews

Biotherm launches Waterlover Sunscreen which is purportedly safe for aquatic life
PRNewswire.com

A review of Maybelline’s Master Chrome Metallic Highlighter
Allure.com

A review of the Elizabeth Arden’s Flawless Finish Mousse Makeup
Glamour.com

A look at the Kylie Cosmetics Summer Collection
Allure.com

Lush is re-releasing its charitable Shark Fin Soap
Popsugar.com

A preview of the Glamour Dolls x Lisa Frank Single Eyeshadows
Allure.com

A review of ISH’s Shimmy Shadows
Allure.com

Jouer previews their new Essential High Coverage Creme Foundation
Allure.com

A review of the Gatsby Cooling Shave Gel
GQ.com

A preview of Urban Decay’s Naked Heat eyeshadow palette
Elle.com, Glamour.com, TeenVogue.com, Allure.com

A preview of the Rituel de Fille Rare Light Luminizers
Allure.com

A review of the Cotz’s Face Natural Skin Tone SPF 40
Racked.com

A look at the BH Cosmetics Solar Flare Baked Eyeshadow Palette
HelloGiggles.com

Bite Beauty teases Amuse Bouche Liquified Lipstick
Allure.com

A look at the Balm Cosmetics Nude Beach eyeshadow palette
HelloGiggles.com

A review of the Tarte’s Tight & Bright Multi-Mask
Bustle.com

Salma Hayek previews her Juice Generation service, which provides ingredients for beauty smoothies
Allure.com

A review of the Ben Nye Fireworks Wheel
Allure.com

A review of the CLE Melting Lip Powder formula
Allure.com

Reviews of The Ordinary foundations
Glamour.com

A look at Stila’s In A Firenze Glitter & Glow Liquid Eye Shadow
Allure.com

Retail

Sokoglam opens a pop-in shop at Bloomingdale’s SoHo in NYC
Byrdie.com

Benefit is launching a brows and beauty drive-through in Glastonbury, UK
Standard.co.uk

How CVS is cutting back on ‘chemicals’ in cosmetics
GreenBiz.com

Deodorant companies are making balls deodorant for men
Vice.com

You can now test blush, bronzer, and highlighters with Sephora’s augmented reality app
PRNewswire.com, Pmynts.com

New Zealand cosmetic companies are using the grey-market to avoid animal-testing to sell their products into China
Stuff.co.nz

A look at the Pur Cosmetics Soiree Diaries and Contour Diaries palettes
Refinery29.com, HelloGiggles.com

A tour inside Lush’s Toronto, Canada factory
TreeHugger.com

7 favourite prestige makeup brands for people of colour recommended by Reddit
Allure.com

Covergirl launches Project PDA to fight makeup shaming
TeenVogue.com, PRNewswire.com

Orly and Maya have both launched halal nail polish
MySalaam.com

The 10 best foundations for Summer weather recommended by Nylon
Nylon.com

Five drugstore night creams recommended by Elle Beauty editors
Elle.com

A review of various at-home facials like the Drunk Elephant’s Babyfacial
Glamour.com

The 9 best-selling products at Sephora in June, 2017
Allure.com

12 makeup removers recommended by Reader’s Digest
RD.com

10 gothy indie beauty brands recommended by Popsugar
Popsugar.com

Smith & Cult to launch cosmetics products
WWD.com – Paywall

Celebrities and Interviews

Miranda Kerr talks about her solar-powered rose quartz filtered Heart Chakra opening oil
Elle.com

An interview with Joanna Rosario and Leslie Valdivia, founders of Vive Cosmetics
Mic.com

Celebrity makeup artist, Matin, gives tips on how to achieve a sheer lip
WMagazine.com

Miranda Kerr gets a facial with leeches, Gwyneth Paltrow impressed
People.com

Pat McGrath honoured at the CDFA 2017 awards
Allure.com

“7 beauty secrets I learned from Pat McGrath”
Elle.com

An interview with Bobbi Brown about how she networked
CNBC.com

Nurse Jamie gives Kim Kardashian a cupping facial
Allure.com

The Dolan Twins talk about makeup and gender roles
TeenVogue.com

An interview with Ndidi Obidoa and Chinelo Chidozie founders of Bolden
Elle.com

An interview with Victoria’s Secret Angel Josephine Skriver and how she uses coconut oil for beauty
WMagazine.com

Twitter users annoyed after a journalist makeup shames Theresa May
Glamour.com

Karrueche Tran talks about her favourite Kiehl’s skincare and future ColourPop collaborations
HelloGiggles.com

A makeup artist shares their wedding day makeup tips
Vogue.com

Flight attendants share their beauty secrets
MarieClaire.com

An interview with Halima Aden on the modelling industry and beauty standards
Elle.com

An interview with Bobbi Brown on her future and the no-makeup makeup look
Allure.com

A look at Frédéric Fekkai’s Summer home and Bastide brand
VanityFair.com

Dermatologists give tips on how to treat eczema during the Summer
Allure.com

Dermatologists provide tips on how to care for your legs
Elle.com

Dermatologists give advice on how to deal with a sebaceous cyst
Allure.com

Dermatologists weigh in on skincare tips that we should avoid
Glamour.com

An interview with celebrity makeup artist Katey Denno
Allure.com

7 drugstore highlighters recommended by celebrity makeup artists
Elle.com

Caroline Biden (Joe Biden’s niece) pleads guilty to stealing an identity to buy makeup
NYPost.com

Celebrity facialists give tips on how to care for your skin during a flight
Vogue.com

People who shave their legs for their job provide tips
Elle.com

Asia & World

Shisiedo’s travel retail division exceeded their sales goal at ¥24.8 billion
TRBusiness.com

Shiseido is using its cosmetics companies to expand its food and sweets brands
Nikkei.com

Shiseido is launching a new skincare range, WASO, aimed at Millennials
FrontierMagazine.co.uk

An interview with Beesen’s CEO Ahn Chang-ki
KoreaTimes.co.kr

Charlotte Cho recommends a Korean brand skincare starter kit
Popsugar.com

L&K Cosmetic CEO Kwon Yong-soo hopes to turn the company into one of Asia’s leading beauty brands
KoreaTimes.co.kr

Office workers and students are the top consumers at household and cosmetics stores in Vietnam
VietnamNet.vn

Two men detained in Lagos for importing and selling fake cosmetics
Leadership.ng, DailyPost.ng

Jacqueline Fernandez joins in on Cruelty Free and The Body Shop’s campaign to end animal testing
IndiaTimes.com

L’Oreal India for Young Women in Science offers scholarships for 13th year
LOreal.co.in

Five tips from experts on skincare during India’s monsoon season
India.com

An interview with Sanaya Irani about her beauty secrets
India.com

An interview with Mouni Roy about her beauty secrets
India.com

An interview with Anushka Sharma about her beauty secrets
India.com

Outreach

Safety more important than following the ‘Natural is best’ trend says Johnson’s Baby
Forbes.com

How L’Oreal’s EpiSkin may help end animal testing for cosmetics
Care2.com

Australian House of Representatives proposes bill to ban animal testing for cosmetics
TheConversation.com

US Congress reintroduces the Humane Cosmetics Act which would ban animal testing for cosmetics
Care2.com

France’s Que Choisir warns against 1000s of drugstore products with ‘undesirable’ ingredients
QueChoisir.org

L’Oreal and other personal care companies still committed to the Paris Agreement
Electrek.co

Researchers develop novel process to manufacture eco-friendly cellulose microbeads
DigitalTrends.com

Diversity in beauty industry is ‘big battle’, says L’Oréal UK general manager
CampaignLive.co.uk

Turkish health agency finds and fines non-compliant cosmetics
Lexology.com

Market

Anti-aging products lift Japan cosmetics shares to record highs
Nikkei.com

India’s cosmetic industry estimated to reach 10 billion USD by 2020
OutlookIndia.com

8% of beauty buyers in the UAE consider mobile as their main shopping tool for beauty
ForbesMiddleEast.com

Demand for natural cosmetics is driving the snail boom in Italy
MENAFN.com

Vietnam’s cosmetic market posts 30% annual growth
XinhuaNet.com

Corporate

 

L’Oreal to sell The Body Shop to Brazil’s Natura for $1.1 billion USD
Reuters.com

Andalou Naturals, The Balm, BH Cosmetics, Birchbox, and Derma E are seeking corporate buyers
WWD.com – Paywall

Ancora Investment Holdings acquires Indie Lee
PRNewswire.com.com

Beauty concierge app Shedul raises $6 million USD in funding
PRNewswire.com

Nordstrom stocks spike after it announces the company is considering going private
CNBC.com

Too Faced, Becca and NYX say they still control their brands, even after being acquired
WWD.com – Paywall

Revlon announces retirement of Juan Figuereo, Chief Financial Officer
BusinessWire.com

Interesting Reads

YouTube’s gossip vloggers have created their own tabloid industry
TheVerge.com

Melanin-like materials could lead to new skincare and cosmetic products
ScienceDaily.com

Scalp micropigmentation is becoming a popular option for balding men
PhilaSun.com

“5 skin cancer symptoms to watch out for this Summer”
Allure.com

How to clean your beauty sponge with soap and a microwave
Allure.com

What is azelaic acid?
Allure.com

“Lasering off my underarm hair doesn’t make me a bad feminist”
Allure.com

People are getting transfusions of young blood as an anti-ageing treatment
CNBC.com

“6 women celebrate their defining features”
TeenVogue.com

“Bra bulge” or armpit fat is now the target of laser fat reduction
Independent.co.uk

Elle UK Beauty director Sophie Beresiner gives her recap of beauty trends
ElleUK.com

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#BeautyRecap: June 6th, 2017

Products and Reviews

Proactiv introduces a Differin alternative (0.1% adapalene gel)
PRNewswire.com

Teen Vogue’s Back to School 2017 Best Beauty Products awards
TeenVogue.com

Maybelline Fit Me foundation expands its shade range
Glamour.com, TeenVogue.com, Allure.com

F.Lashes are LED eyelashes that are responsive to movement
Allure.com, TeenVogue.com

Storybook Cosmetics launches a Mean Girls palette
TeenVogue.com

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A Practical Guide to Getting a Job in the Cosmetic Industry

This is probably one of the most common questions I get, and to be honest it’s also one of the hardest to answer. There’s no “secret” to getting a job in the cosmetic industry, it’s the same as any job hunt.

Do you have the relevant experience, both work and education?

Are you approaching companies?

Does the interviewer like you?

And that’s really it. There’s no shortcut to skip producing resume after resume and endless interviews to get your foot in the door. In reality the only shortcut is nepotism – but not everyone is that privileged.

There are some things you can do to make sure that you actually want to work in this industry, and to find the right job for yourself.

What do you want to do?

The first thing I ask when someone asks me a question like “I want a job in the cosmetic industry” is what sort of job? And often times there really isn’t a clear response, just “any job in the industry”. As a potential employer that’s not an enticing approach.

The cosmetic industry is an industry like any other, there are many roles and positions across hundreds of companies. There’s a need for people trained in IT, there’s a need for MBAs, there’s a need for programmers, there’s a need for people with sales skills, and of course there is a need for people with scientific training.

A good place to start is to actually take a look at the recruitment positions that a large established company is offering. Estee Lauder and L’Oreal, for example, list their ‘fields’ very clearly and what the ideal candidate for each position looks like.

If you’re still in university or high school – plan your education stream to match your goal. A cosmetic chemist does not need the skills from a psychology degree, but a physical chemistry, food chemistry, or chemical engineering degree is going to be very useful and attractive. There are even cosmetic chemistry programs – though they are more common in Europe. On the other hand a person looking to work in global brand strategy likely won’t benefit much from a chemistry degree – an MBA is much more desirable in that case.

Who do you want to work for?

The cosmetic industry extends beyond brands, far beyond them. I think most people look at companies like Estee Lauder, L’Oreal, Neutrogena, and LVMH and stop there. But there’s an entire group of companies that produce products for these companies – raw materials, logistics, IT, and so on.

Estee Lauder doesn’t make their own packaging, they use a contract manufacturer to create them. And that company employs their own product managers, sales people, product designers, and so forth. These companies are harder to find, because they don’t advertise to the public – they advertise their services to other companies.

Often cosmetic companies aren’t their only client. Most chemical companies for example produce products for many industries. Just one company produces products for textiles, mining, coolants, oil refining, agriculture, flame retardants, construction, pigments, hydraulics, and finally the cosmetic industry. As you can imagine the profits from the cosmetic industry are overshadowed by the other industries.

So how do you find these companies that aren’t public-facing? You need to be creative here! One strategy might be to find a convention for that industry and look through the list of attending companies – scour their websites and highlight companies that seem interesting to you…and then contact them.

Build a network of people in the industry, be kind, be patient, and be thankful. Just because a person you contact can’t offer you a job doesn’t mean that that’s the end of your relationship. That person may recommend you when another company or friend in the industry needs to hire someone.

Make it easy for people to help you. Give them all the information they will need to help you. Your goals, what you imagine your job would be like, your experience – all the things that you might think are relevant. Most importantly make it clear how they can help you – have a succinct and clear ask.

There’s a big difference between “I want a job like yours, how?” and “I’ve just graduated with a degree in physical chemistry with a focus on emulsions. Here are some papers that I’ve worked on that I think are relevant. I’d like a job where I help scale up lab test formulas to production quantities. Is your company offering any roles that I might suit? And if not, do you have any ideas for companies or people that I may want to contact or would be able to help me?”

Make it easy for people to help you, I can’t stress this point enough. I got my start in the industry through a business plan competition in my second year of university, and I met my business partner at a water fountain at a gym. Often times we close ourselves off to help without realizing. Dropping your ego and sense of entitlement is often the solution to this problem.

Don’t be afraid to take a position that isn’t your ideal, but gets your foot in the industry. Intercompany networking is a powerful tool, and it’s much easier to hire someone if you’re already friendly or familiar with them. Having a job doesn’t mean your hunt for your ideal job is over.

Your blog or social media probably won’t help

Unless you’re looking for a position like managing social media, or copywriting – your social media presence probably won’t help you find a job in the industry.

It really doesn’t matter to a company who is looking for a cosmetic chemist whether or not they have a “scientific” blog or not. Applying for the job shows interest. In reality, from chemists that I’ve spoken to, a personal blog is often a detriment – not a positive.

Companies hope to control their own message, they do not want their employees producing content and messaging on their own. They have their own department or employ a company to manage their public messaging. The cosmetic chemist has a specific set of roles – and social media is outside of them.

You need to be realistic about where you spend your efforts. Two years developing a blog or social media presence isn’t going to help you become a cosmetic chemist as much as spending two years in a professional training program, interning, or working in an adjacent industry or lab.

I personally don’t think being enthusiastic or passionate about your job or industry is as valued as it used to be. A person with better skills or education is often more attractive than someone with less skills or experience who is enthusiastic. Companies know that if they raise the offered salary – they’ll attract better talent, who will work just as hard or consistently. An employee whose work ethic is closely tied to their enthusiasm or passion for a project they like can sometimes become a liability. You will not like every aspect of your job, do not let that disillusionment shatter you or stall you.

Companies are looking for employees, not friends. Strong opinions may indicate to a company that you may find it difficult to perform tasks set out for you that you disagree with or don’t think are the best approach. Doesn’t almost every employee think they’re smarter than their boss? Don’t many of us think we’re already more knowledgeable than the Sephora sales people? But at the end of the day, those Sephora sales people have been educated on a company’s material and are doing their job how they’ve been trained to.

A gathering of people in the cosmetic industry doesn’t look like Capitol citizens from the Hunger Games. We just look tired.


How’d you get your job in the cosmetic industry? With M. at MAC Cosmetics

How’d you get your job in the cosmetic industry? With Kaci at Estée Lauder

How’d you get your job in the cosmetic industry? With Dan at Estée Lauder

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#BeautyRecap: May 30th, 2017

Products and Reviews

A look at male weaves for balding men
WYSO.org

PZ Cussons launches Being, aimed at Generation Z
TheDrum.com

Three Nigerian sisters behind Bolden, a sunscreen for women of colour
HuffingtonPost.com

Kylie Jenner previews an upcoming Kylie x KoKo collection featuring lip and face products
Elle.com, Bustle.com, Glamour.com, Allure.com, TeenVogue.com

Swatches of the Kat Von D Shade and Light Glimmer Palette
Allure.com

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