Times are certainly changing. Until recently, the beauty industry’s most significant focus was its female consumers.
Beauty products can make us feel all kinds of beautiful, but are they really worth the torture that animals have to face on a daily?
For many businesses, understanding and embracing the use of social media marketing trends in 2020 has become a necessity.
From the 2001 Britney-Justin AMA all-denim look to the $300 Instagram panties, denim is one of those versatile fabrics that never go out of fashion. A wardrobe essential, the versatility of denim makes it a much-loved article of clothing that looks great on a casual setting or a semi-formal occasion. One of the reasons for…Details
The influencer marketing industry, according to Adweek, is expected to reach $10 billion in worth this 2020.
A statement that both rattled and united the beauty industry is, “Your profits will never be worth promoting hate, bigotry, racism, antisemitism, and violence.”
If you’re a beauty enthusiast like us, chances are Huda Beauty needs no introduction at all.
The world is a melting pot of race and culture. While this has been true for the longest time, multicultural beauty marketing is merely in its budding stage.
Millennials are the generation that has the power to make or break beauty brands in this modern day and age.
Hacks are creative ways of using items to do things they weren’t meant to do. Today, we’re going to show you some inventive ways that’ll allow you to do beauty-related things better and a lot easier. These are the makeup hacks every woman should know: 1. Pencil Liner that Glides On Pencil liners are great…Details