The repositioning of Coty-owned Max Factor has been inspired by research in how women 35+ look and feel about their beauty.
Jennifer Aniston is one of the most timeless beauties around, and as someone who is always on point we are eager to know any of her beauty tips and product recommendations. So, what are the secret beauty products she uses to keep her skin always looking enviably glowing and ageless?
Having been in the industry now for 18 years, (yes I feel old), it made me think back to my days on the retail floor of cosmetic halls around the country and how much retail in general, but especially for beauty, has changed. When I started my career at well known cosmetic houses, Beauty Advisors gave all the information most consumers received when it came to makeup application and skincare products.
Escentials Brands is a refreshingly elegant mover and shaker in the retail beauty industry here in Australia. Seeking out some of the strongest heroes overseas – Trussardi, Atkinsons and Carven – unsung on these shores, along with new, genuine disrupter brands – Goldfield & Banks, Personail and Rock & Ruddle – delivering them to a discerning and appreciative Australian consumer.
Australian beauty brand 1000 Hour introduced new-style lash collections and unveiled a completely new and refreshed look, with a media event hosted by Tegan Martin, 1000 Hour Ambassador.
Here’s a peek behind the scenes at Chanel’s 2018/19 Cruise Show Makeup. Lucia Pica – Makeup and Colour Director, Chanel talks us through the inspiration and looks.
La Prairie makes beauty an absolute art form with its exquisite products. Recently the brand introduced beauty media to new Skin Caviar Essence-in-Foundation with a hands-on experience with Belinda Besant – Regional Training & Events Manager, at La Prairie’s Sydney HQ.
Covergirl is going through a total brand makeover - the biggest reinvention in its 60-year history - starting with a powerful new expression of its purpose: “I am what I make up”. Here Monique Smith - Marketing Director – Coty Consumer Beauty Australia & New Zealand shares the story with esprit readers!
“Let’s not debate how much lead should be used in our lipstick, just get the chemicals out of our products.” This quote is from American Annie Leonard, creator of ‘The Story of Stuff’ and more recently ‘The Story of Cosmetics’. It has been displayed prominently on the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics website.
Wow. Let’s dissect that for a moment. Because not only is Ms Leonard’s statement misleading, it also promotes an incorrect understanding of chemicals and builds upon an already existing chemophobia (fear of chemicals).