Katy Young, Harper’s Bazaar’s beauty director, hosted a panel with three of the industry’s innovative ladies, who explore the highs and lows of founding and growing their own successful cosmetic businesses’ both nationally and internationally. The panel includes the fabulous Jo Malone where she shares with us her personal and professional journey from ‘Jo Malone’ to ‘Jo Loves’ and the story behind the beautiful scents which the world has fallen for.
A huge British icon, who has inspired many women to try out more makeup and new looks is Charlotte Tilbury. Makeup is seen as a secret weapon as it has the power to change people’s opinions. She has experienced the reality role of a makeup artist and used her needs and wants within that job to set up her own makeup brand. Charlotte decided to give away her secrets/tips when applying makeup, so women can make themselves look glamorous without needing a makeup artist.
ere are the main points that we should take from this month’s Pure Beauty Magazine including the biggest news from the industry in the UK and from around the world, a list of 30 of the hottest new launches. Including a brief description of which products caught my eye and the 5 golden rules article.
Here are the main points that we should take from this month’s Pure Beauty Magazine including the best new products in skincare, hair care, body care, make-up and fragrance. Including a brief description of which of the products caught my eye and the theme of this month’s edition.
Septembers edition of Pure Beauty is dedicated to the “Pure Beauty Awards”, This year is the 16th awards show. This year the awards will be presented by BBC Radio 1 presenter, author and fashionista Gemma Cairney on the 26th October at the Savoy Hotel. This year’s categories include best new skincare treatment, best new face mask, best new organic product and many more.