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Alexander McQueen pips Chanel in ‘cool brands’ list of 2015

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London fashion label Alexander McQueen, now under the creative direction of Sarah Burton, is the most wanted fashion label according to CoolBrands, the company devoted to create an annual list of the “hot” brands in Britain.

Alexander McQueen, now under the creative direction of Sarah Burton, was ranked two places higher than Chanel. The brand was the subject of a recent, sold-out exhibition at the Victoria & Albert museum titled Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty.

Fashion labels considered cool enough to make the cut include lingerie company Damaris, luxury sleepwear brand Olivia von Halle, cult sunglasses brand Linda Farrow, jewelry designer Stephen Webster and shoe designer Nicholas Kirkwood. Luxury e-tailer Net-a-Porter also made the list, as did Storm Models, the London-based agency which discovered Kate Moss and represents Poppy Delevingne and Jourdan Dunn.

Revolutionary hairbrush Tangle Teezer was commended for using “disruptive technology” to achieve “global cult status” in the beauty segment.

Big beauty brands Benefit and Aveda were also listed as ‘cool’ alongside Jo Malone’s Jo Loves fragrance venture thanks to its founder’s “undeniable passion for fragrance, pouring undiluted creativity into innovative new products and entertaining experiences.” Hairdressing chain Toni & Guy also made the cut. (SH)

Alexander McQueen pips Chanel in 'cool brands' list of 2015

ALEXANDER MCQUEEN

London fashion label Alexander McQueen, now under the creative direction of Sarah Burton, is the most wanted fashion label according to CoolBrands, the company devoted to create an annual list of the “hot” brands in Britain.

Alexander McQueen, now under the creative direction of Sarah Burton, was ranked two places higher than Chanel. The brand was the subject of a recent, sold-out exhibition at the Victoria & Albert museum titled Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty.

Fashion labels considered cool enough to make the cut include lingerie company Damaris, luxury sleepwear brand Olivia von Halle, cult sunglasses brand Linda Farrow, jewelry designer Stephen Webster and shoe designer Nicholas Kirkwood. Luxury e-tailer Net-a-Porter also made the list, as did Storm Models, the London-based agency which discovered Kate Moss and represents Poppy Delevingne and Jourdan Dunn.

Revolutionary hairbrush Tangle Teezer was commended for using “disruptive technology” to achieve “global cult status” in the beauty segment.

Big beauty brands Benefit and Aveda were also listed as ‘cool’ alongside Jo Malone’s Jo Loves fragrance venture thanks to its founder’s “undeniable passion for fragrance, pouring undiluted creativity into innovative new products and entertaining experiences.” Hairdressing chain Toni & Guy also made the cut. (SH)

Bronx Fashion Week Fall Season Kicks Off

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Bronx Fashion Week Returns with a stronger vision and closer alignment with its mission of bringing high-end fashion events to the beautiful borough of The Bronx.  For this third installment the organizers will transform the Mall at Bay Plaza in Co-Op City into a showcase fashion theatre with designers, models, photographers, fashionistas and buyers from all over the United States.

The first show starts at 4:30 p.m. and will be complemented with a VIP reception in collaboration with Eat NYC The Bronx Food & Wine Festival and pre-fashion cocktail party with partial proceeds from Eat NYC going towards the Food Bank For New York City.

Both shows will feature similar showcases, showcasing designers like Miroslava from Aval & Co., Edward Ortiz (makers of Flee God), and Anita Rivers of Classic Royalty, all of whom are Bronx-bred.

CEO Flora Montes says “Bronx Fashion Week is excited to be able to provide a platform for top designers and models showcasing collections from The Bronx and across the world.”

The event will be hosted by La Bruja, aka Caridad De La Luz.

Tickets are on sale on Eventbrite  and stay tuned to Bronx Fashion Week’s Facebook Page and our event page  or visit http://www.bronxfashionweek.org/ for more information.

About Bronx Fashion Week, LLC

Bronx Fashion Week, LLC was founded in 2013 with a mission to bring high-end fashion events to the borough along with showcasing not only top models and designers but also sponsors and vendors as well. Bronx Fashion Week, LLC also strives to give back to the community by selecting various organizations to make charitable donations from a percentage of proceeds from the events held.

Bronx Fashion Week, LLC encourages sponsors to be a part of this major event as they reach out to businesses and organizations within The Bronx, across the region and internationally.

Sponsors are as follows:

Atlantico Rum

Bay Plaza Mall

Dolphin Gym

Eat NYC

Flaco Coquito

Fashion Avenue News

New York Botanical Garden

Poets & Writers

Stylaga

The Bronx Zoo

Trend Movement

Ulta

Wellcare

Windsor Store

New Season, New Playground, New Vision Atlantic City Fashion Weeks Embarks on its Seventh Season

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ACFW will once again be taking over the shores of Atlantic City, NJ October 1 – 2,   2015 with their high-end, “New York Style’ fashion show. This season will feature 6 events in three days. On   Thursday, October 1, 2015 we pay tribute to industry professionals with the Atlantic City Fashion Week Awards held at Phillips Seafood at One Atlantic. There will be two fashion shows on Friday at 2:00 PM and 7:00 PM and two fashion shows on Saturday, 2:00 PM and 7:00 PM. Each show will open their doors to our vendor showcase and red carpet photo- ops with the fashion show beginning immediately after. The week will end with an industry after party at 39 North at the Playground.

Our event will showcase local, regional and international “Ready to Wear, Children’s, Couture and retailer collections with 40 designers, including 3 designers from the hit television show Project Runway. “We are creating a brand that is synonymous with the vision of the Playground and family friendly events that are coming to Atlantic City. We are excited about our growth and new venue which puts us one step closer to meeting this vision.”

On Thursday, October 1, 2015, Atlantic City Fashion Week will kick-off with the Atlantic City Fashion Week Awards at Phillips Seafood House at One Atlantic. The event honors industry professionals that have made ACFW successful.

Friday, October 2, Ready to Wear and Retail collections will be showcased. Designers featured in the past events have included Michael Kors, Tommy Bahama, Brooks Brothers and Abercrombie & Fitch.

On Saturday, October 3, Couture and Avant Guarde collections will be showcased. Designers at previous Atlantic City Fashion Week events have included Project Runway designers, Lantie Foster, Karen Hulse and Season 12 winner Dom Streater. Additionally, during this evening, ACFW wrap party will be held at 39 North nightclub in The Playground Atlantic City.

For more information about ACFW, visit www.AtlanticCityFashionWeek.net. To inquire about press credentials or VIP seating, email AtlanticCityFashionWeek@yahoo.com

Atlantic City Fashion Week is presented in part by fashionSTYLE Magazine and KingBee Media.   Atlantic City Fashion Week is a multi-day showcase of Ready to Wear and Couture Fashion. It also includes a vendor exhibition, and pre-networking event for VIP guest. ACFW is held twice a year in Atlantic City and is attended by thousands of VIPs, press and fashionable attendees.

Beauty Throughout the Ages

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For me, the most interesting and entertaining trends are the ones influenced by past eras. In the fashion and beauty industry, knowing about the history and culture that these eras left is key to create looks that flatter and inspire others in the future.

Who considers himself an artist, should know that a great deal of our inspiration are trends left behind by our ancestors.

These are some tips to get the looks:

For a 1920s look: Check our Louise Brooks, Ciara Bow and Marion Davies; they where some of the most iconic girls of that time and where the pioneers of the famous bobbed hair with finger waves. With today’s conveniences you don’t have to have short hair to wear a nice finger wave look, now you can achieve this look using hot curling irons. To complete this look, choose a dark lipstick.

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For a 1950s look: Go for a more pale and pastel hues; use delicate foundations using powders to set everything. Use pinks and reds for lipstick. Little eye shadow, concentrate on your lashes with a great mascara.

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For a 1960s look: add some drama to your eyes and go for a paler lip color. Get inspired with personalities like Twiggy and Edie Sedwick, who are known for sporting this look.

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For a 1970s look: Have fun with your hair by doing some braids or go for a sleek hairstyle. As for the make-up, try to keep it very simple, neutral colors and fresh skin. The trend was to draw more attention to the dramatic eyes so they choose lip gloss or frosted lipstick in very muted shades of pink, peach or even nude.

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For a 1980s – 1990s look: go for a big sexy hair. Get inspired and put some hot rollers on. Use some colorful eye shadows and get ready to rumble.

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Remember, the important thing is to get inspired and to give a twist of what is trendy now and what inspires you.

For more information and tips on period trends, feel free to contact me www.mayelavazquez.com and follow me on Instagram and Twitter@mayelavzz ”

By: Mayela Vazquez

Fashion Avenue News August Couture Issue – Paris Fashion Week Haute Couture Autumn-Winter 2015-2016 Julien Fournié

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Inspired by the early twentieth century fantasy films, Julien Fournié has reinvented this season the magic of Paris Couture.

Fascinated by the esotericism and the magnetism of Karl Freund’s or Marcel L’Herbier’s movies (respectively “Mad Love” and  “Fantastic Night“), the French couturier portrays the female characters who favor mystery to enhance their strong personality.

“I also read  Letters between Six Sisters, a selection of the Mitford sisters’ private correspondence “, says Julien Fournié. “I was fascinated by the independent thinking and the great wit of these socialites  who, despite their radically different political views, were keeping stormy but enduring relationships, always ready to shine together with wonderful elegance, even in troubled times. ”

With a contained shoulderline highlighting a long neck, a marked waistline slightly rounding the hips, with backs featuring inlays and favoring sheer fabrics, the silhouettes by Julien Fournié constitute a collection that makes shades of black sing. In some looks, the brightness of grey velvet, several sparkles of emerald, or the deep glitter of ruby confer upon Julien Fournié’s “First Night” a specific glitz.

In this world of semblance, sleeves are often extended like gloves to cover hands to the thumb joint, “illusion“ tulle partly covers the skin in a magnetic strategy of charm.

Moiré silks are often substituting velvet or crinkled vinyl on the back of tuxedos. The opening silhouettes introduce the ready-to-wear collection of the season, which will be  available in stores on the day after the show (particularly at Le Printemps department store, in Paris). These first fifteen numbers conjure up the world of magicians, notably through integrated capes at the back of a raincoat or of a little gray dress, but also in a riding-coat with integrated vest, in jackets with a detachable tail,  in jumpsuits with fabulous inlays of lace or  3D brocades.

A black Art Deco skyline on a fuchsia background is featured in the season’s exclusive print. Julien Fournié proposes with it a tunic a long skirt and a wide blouse with lavallière, which he also declines in a lightweight brocade of sheer black and silver.

The twenty following numbers reveal the specific witchcraft of Paris Couture. Grey or emerald silk velvet pieces  are often embroidered with sequins in the same shades. A “diamond- shaped ” neckline is embellished with Art Deco geometric patterns. The work undertaken in collaboration with Sophie Halette renews the use of lace embellishments and adds depth to vulnerability through three-dimensional  craftsmanship .

Drapé in fuchsia silk jersey with asymmetrical back, glittery bustiers with flaring corollas, chiffon or jersey gowns, a hooded sheath in embroidered velvet, a textile sculpture featuring a bouquet of velenous flowers hypnotize to the spectacular final dress in crinkled black vinyl.

Sustainable Cosmetics Summit Europe 2015 – October, 21-23rd in Paris

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London – Major developments in green materials, sustainability metrics, ethical labels, and digital marketing will be featured in the European edition of the Sustainable Cosmetics Summit (www.sustainablecosmeticssummit.com/Europe). The summit will be hosted at the Paris Marriott Champs-Elysées on 21-23rd October.

With cosmetic and ingredient firms under growing pressure to reduce their environmental impacts, sustainability metrics are gaining popularity. The opening session looks at popular approaches to measure environmental and social footprints. Elizabeth Laville, Founder and Director of Utopies, will present the latest sustainability metrics on cosmetic products. Yves Rocher will show how it is using such metrics in its sustainability strategy, whilst Bruno Garnier from Carrefour will state how the supermarket chain is addressing its packaging impacts. Vicky Murray from Neal’s Yard Remedies will outline the steps it has taken to become the first carbon-neutral retailer in the UK. Featured speakers will also debate the practical use of metrics: do they over-complicate the green agenda, or help focus sustainability efforts?

The green materials session will give an update on the growing array of sustainable ingredients available to product developers and formulators. Henrik Vingaard, Sourcing Director of AAK, will highlight the pitfalls and opportunities when sourcing raw materials from Africa. Active Concepts will show how sustainable extraction methods can help with product innovations. As the cosmetics industry looks to move away from polyethylene beads, J. Rettenmaier & Söhne will outline the green exfoliant alternatives. Other speakers will cover green chemistry in cosmetic formulations, novel marine ingredients, and sustainable alternatives to palm oil.

With concerns about labels proliferation in the cosmetics industry, the ethical labels session will give an update on recent developments and give future projections. Details will be given of new labelling schemes, such as Vegan Society, Nordic Swan and Fairtrade. Farhan Tufail from Halal Certification Schemes will highlight the potential of the Halal labelling scheme for cosmetics. With over 20 standards now for natural & organic cosmetics, leading certification agencies will discuss recent developments.

Carmen Esteban from the ISO Working Group will give an update on the ISO standard for natural and organic cosmetics. Is this the solution to global harmonisation? Tom Hornshøj-Møller, R&D Manager at Urtekram, and Salma Chaudhry of the Halal Cosmetics Company will give the brands perspective on adopting ethical standards.

The digital marketing session will look at the disruptive influence of mobile technology on the marketing of cosmetic products in the context of sustainability. Manuel Fernandes from Friends of the Earth will show how its ToxFox mobile app is being used to screen safe cosmetics. Thorsten Kremser from Faktor 3 will highlight the growing potential of social media marketing: how can cosmetic brands fully utilise Facebook, Pinterest, You Tube, Twitter and Instagram? Sonia White, owner of the UK online retailer Love Lula, will give pointers to brands on how to maximise online retail sales. Other speakers will cover digital consumer behaviour and mobile commerce developments.

The agenda of the European edition of the Sustainable Cosmetics Summit reflects the growing complexity of sustainability in the beauty industry. According to the organiser Organic Monitor: brands not only have to consider green ingredients / formulations and labelling schemes, but also packaging impacts, raw material sourcing, carbon and water footprints, operational efficiency, as well as the pervasive influence of mobile technology on marketing. This 7th European edition aims to help the cosmetics industry resolve many of these sustainability concerns.

About the Sustainable Cosmetics Summit

Since 2009, the Sustainable Cosmetics Summit has been covering sustainability issues in the cosmetic & personal care industry. The international series of summits now takes place in the major geographic regions of the world. The European edition will be hosted at the Paris Marriott Champs-Elysées on 21-23rd October. More information is available from www.sustainablecosmeticssummit.com/Europe

The Sustainable Cleaning Products Summit (20-21 October) will be hosted alongside the summit. See www.sustainablecleaningsummit.com

About Organic Monitor

The Sustainable Cosmetics Summit is organised by Organic Monitor: a London-based specialist research, consulting & training company that focuses on the global organic & related product industries. Since 2001, we have been providing a range of business services to operators in high-growth ethical & sustainable industries. Our services include market research publications, business & technical consulting, seminars & workshops, and sustainability summits. Visit us at www.organicmonitor.com

Kim Kardashian's Signature Smokey – Step by Step

Kim Kardashian Smokey-Eyes – Step by Step

One of a kind, this innovative double-ended Eyebrow Pencil enhances the natural allure of your eyes. Shape, shade and fill-in your eyebrows with ultra-smooth high definition ease while coloring in those hard-to-reach gaps. With BF Eyebrow Pencil you can experience superior blending, perfect precision and natural shading. You can even brush your eyebrows and twist for color release (no sharpener needed). Get stunning, long lasting results without smudging.

Eyebrow Pencil Bassam Fattouh Cosmetics – $27.00

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Eyeliner Kajal

Highlight your powers of seduction with the timeless kohled Oriental look. Kajal creamy pencil eyeliner gives you lavishly deep color and shine and effortlessly glides on to your upper and inner eyelids to create a striking look that lasts all day. Define your eyes with this ultra-soft eyeliner or easily blend for a smoky eye look.

Eyeliner Kajal Bassam Fattouh Cosmetics – $26.00

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Eye Shadow

A riot of colors has begun with Bassam Fattouh’s new innovative Refill Eye Shadow collection. This revolutionary line brings you a dazzling range of formulas as a result of a new transforming technology that deliver ethereal and weightless textures with color intensity like no other. Whether you’re a fan of shimmery pearls,velvety mattes or luminous metallic, BF Eyeshadow is the perfect balance of textures and pigments combined with years of color artistry to bring you one of the most seductive ranges of shades to date.

Eye Shadow Bassam Fattouh Cosmetics – $21.00

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Cream Eyeliner

An innovative long lasting eyeliner with a built-in brush that gives you the precision of an expert. Revel in the ultra-shiny finish, creamy texture, consistent color, and quick dry formula. Draw flawless lines and create a fabulous look with ease. Be glamorous all day without smudging or creasing. Show off the entrancing look of a liquid liner with the effortlessness and suppleness of a creamy base.

Cream Eyeliner Bassam Fattouh Cosmetics – $33.00

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Mascara Orient Lashes

The mystical charm and sensual intensity of the orient is here. Oriental Lashes has a highly versatile, long lasting formula that gives an outstanding lengthening effect and creamy, luxurious feel. The bristle brush adds length, thickness and definition to each lash individually, separating them for that butterfly effect without clumping or smearing. It accentuates your lashes and transforms them with this rich, exotic black mascara. Oriental Lashes is ideal for a look that creates dramatic appeal and theatrical fascination.

Mascara Orient Lashes Bassam Fattouh Cosmetics – $42.00

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Kim Kardashian Smokey-Eyes – Step by Step

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With the BFC Kajal Eyeliner Pencil in Black, trace your upper lash line generously.

Using the BF Smoke Blender Brush, begin smudging directly over the penciled area and blend.

Apply BFC Carbon Black Eye shadow with a BF 22 Banana Brush to the entire area of your eye right above the crease (not the eyelid) in a half-moon motion.

With the BF 24 Fluff Brush, blend the Carbon Black Eye shadow, keep blending so that it spreads towards the area right above the crease and outer edge of your eye, until you cover the entire area right below the brow bone. Blend some more until color spreads evenly.

To add more nuance to your look, using the BF 19 Blending Blush blend some BFC Silver Greige Eye Shadow all over your eyelid from lash line to the crease.

Using the BFC Kajal Eyeliner Pencil in Black trace a thin line on your lower eyelid.

With BF 06 Small Shader Brush blend and shade the eyeliner on your lower lid.

Use the BFC Eyeliner Cream in Leyl to trace the natural shape of your eye all the way from the inner corner of your eye outwards and finish it off with a thick swipe that points in the direction towards end of your eyebrow.

Brush, fill-in and shape your eyebrows with BFC Eye Brow Pencil.

With BFC Orient Lashes Mascara, apply mascara gently to your lashes. Start from the bottom root and work your way up to the top.

Bassam Fattouh Cosmetics

Kim Kardashian’s Signature Smokey – Step by Step

Kim Kardashian Smokey-Eyes – Step by Step

One of a kind, this innovative double-ended Eyebrow Pencil enhances the natural allure of your eyes. Shape, shade and fill-in your eyebrows with ultra-smooth high definition ease while coloring in those hard-to-reach gaps. With BF Eyebrow Pencil you can experience superior blending, perfect precision and natural shading. You can even brush your eyebrows and twist for color release (no sharpener needed). Get stunning, long lasting results without smudging.

Eyebrow Pencil Bassam Fattouh Cosmetics – $27.00

 KIM K bassam-fattouh-eyebrow-pencil

Eyeliner Kajal

Highlight your powers of seduction with the timeless kohled Oriental look. Kajal creamy pencil eyeliner gives you lavishly deep color and shine and effortlessly glides on to your upper and inner eyelids to create a striking look that lasts all day. Define your eyes with this ultra-soft eyeliner or easily blend for a smoky eye look.

Eyeliner Kajal Bassam Fattouh Cosmetics – $26.00

 bassam-fattouh-eyeliner-kajal-black

Eye Shadow

A riot of colors has begun with Bassam Fattouh’s new innovative Refill Eye Shadow collection. This revolutionary line brings you a dazzling range of formulas as a result of a new transforming technology that deliver ethereal and weightless textures with color intensity like no other. Whether you’re a fan of shimmery pearls,velvety mattes or luminous metallic, BF Eyeshadow is the perfect balance of textures and pigments combined with years of color artistry to bring you one of the most seductive ranges of shades to date.

Eye Shadow Bassam Fattouh Cosmetics – $21.00

 bassam-fattouh-eye-shadow

Cream Eyeliner

An innovative long lasting eyeliner with a built-in brush that gives you the precision of an expert. Revel in the ultra-shiny finish, creamy texture, consistent color, and quick dry formula. Draw flawless lines and create a fabulous look with ease. Be glamorous all day without smudging or creasing. Show off the entrancing look of a liquid liner with the effortlessness and suppleness of a creamy base.

Cream Eyeliner Bassam Fattouh Cosmetics – $33.00

 KIM K bassam-fattouh-cream-eyeliner

Mascara Orient Lashes

The mystical charm and sensual intensity of the orient is here. Oriental Lashes has a highly versatile, long lasting formula that gives an outstanding lengthening effect and creamy, luxurious feel. The bristle brush adds length, thickness and definition to each lash individually, separating them for that butterfly effect without clumping or smearing. It accentuates your lashes and transforms them with this rich, exotic black mascara. Oriental Lashes is ideal for a look that creates dramatic appeal and theatrical fascination.

Mascara Orient Lashes Bassam Fattouh Cosmetics – $42.00

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Kim Kardashian Smokey-Eyes – Step by Step

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With the BFC Kajal Eyeliner Pencil in Black, trace your upper lash line generously.

Using the BF Smoke Blender Brush, begin smudging directly over the penciled area and blend.

Apply BFC Carbon Black Eye shadow with a BF 22 Banana Brush to the entire area of your eye right above the crease (not the eyelid) in a half-moon motion.

With the BF 24 Fluff Brush, blend the Carbon Black Eye shadow, keep blending so that it spreads towards the area right above the crease and outer edge of your eye, until you cover the entire area right below the brow bone. Blend some more until color spreads evenly.

To add more nuance to your look, using the BF 19 Blending Blush blend some BFC Silver Greige Eye Shadow all over your eyelid from lash line to the crease.

Using the BFC Kajal Eyeliner Pencil in Black trace a thin line on your lower eyelid.

With BF 06 Small Shader Brush blend and shade the eyeliner on your lower lid.

Use the BFC Eyeliner Cream in Leyl to trace the natural shape of your eye all the way from the inner corner of your eye outwards and finish it off with a thick swipe that points in the direction towards end of your eyebrow.

Brush, fill-in and shape your eyebrows with BFC Eye Brow Pencil.

With BFC Orient Lashes Mascara, apply mascara gently to your lashes. Start from the bottom root and work your way up to the top.

Bassam Fattouh Cosmetics

All Beauty® Water – a skincare drink® formulated to help nourish & hydrate your skin

New brand & new beverage category – Skin & Beauty from Within

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All Beauty, LLC launches a skincare drink formulated for skin health and beauty from within. Available in New York, South Florida, on Amazon, and growing (with more locations coming soon) this beverage brings into focus the fact that what one puts into their bodies has a profound effect on skin (proper hydration and nutrition), vs just thinking about beauty from a topical regimen. We believe in “beauty from within”.

Yet the majority of the population (over ¾) is chronically dehydrated. Many do not like the taste of plain water, and have a hard time getting all the nutrients they need daily, though they know that they should do this to be healthy and have healthy looking skin.

All Beauty Water is a refreshing and delicious tasting drink, which makes it easy and enjoyable to hydrate and nourish skin from within.

All the ingredients in All Beauty Water were selected because research has shown these ingredients to support healthy looking skin. Some of the benefits of water, SkinVitamins® and SkinNutrients® include: helps hydrate, increase elasticity, replenish skin cells, help skin look younger, helps fight premature wrinkles, helps fight oxidation brought on by free radicals, helps stimulate collagen production, helps skin heal and repair.

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What is All Beauty Water?

  • New and unique beverage product that encourages individuals to think about what they put into their bodies as having an effect on skin and not just what you put on your skin- beauty from within.
  • Our skincare drink that combines the skin hydration® benefits of water with vitamins, minerals, electrolytes & antioxidants which research has shown support healthy looking skin.
  • 0 calorie, 0 sug (sugar leads to break-down of collagen in skin)
  • Each bottle has 2 glasses of water + 8 SkinVitamins® +7 SkinNutrients® (including minerals, antioxidants and electrolytes).
  • Water is an important conduit for flushing out toxins and also for ensuring that nutrients get to cells
  • SkinVitamins found in All Beauty Water: Vit A, Vit C, Vit D, Vit E, Vit B12, Vit B6, Vit B3, Biotin
  • Lack of Vitamin D due to sunscreen or reduced sun exposure is a serious concern across the country. Each bottle of All Beauty Water has 100% recommended daily value of Vitamin
  • SkinNutrients found in All Beauty Water: Selenium, Green Tea extract, Magnesium, Manganese, Calcium, Potassium, Zinc
  • Comes in 3 refreshing flavors: Cucumber Aloe, Pomegranate Rose & Strawberry Açaí.
  • All natural and has nothing artificial in it (including no artificial sweetener).
  • Kosher certified, Vegan, Gluten-free, GMO-free.
  • Recommended: drink 1 to 2 bottles per day
  • MSRP $2.99

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Our Mission:

All Beauty is a lifestyle brand that aims to encourage individuals to think of their beauty and skincare from within – what you put into your body will affect your skin – by creating delicious products that both hydrate and nourish skin.

How we got started?

We started All Beauty with the dream of encouraging people to make the connection between what they put into their bodies and their looks. Camille Varlet, the founder, came up with the idea when she noticed her friends all talking about seeing signs of aging and yet they all were drinking diet soda- they thought water was “boring”, had “no flavor” or was “not refreshing”. She found this to be a disconnect between how people think about their looks and what they put into their bodies. Finding a solution is what inspired her to launch All Beauty Water. She wanted to create a healthy, delicious tasting and 0 calorie alternative to sugary drinks or beverages that are artificially formulated, with added skin benefits (all the ingredients in All Beauty Water have research showing they have various skin health benefits).

Camille Varlet, the founder of All Beauty Water, worked in brand management at Dannon & L’Oreal before starting to develop & launch All Beauty Water. She is half French, half Italian, and moved the US when she was 9.

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