I will admit to hoarding beauty products. I’m a beauty lady.
I’ve learned to duplicate my beauty regimen from drug store products
I’m all about the drugstore beauty products. They’re affordable and get the job done.
Gotta admit, it’s kind of nice being surrounded by amazing beauty products 24/7.
Sunscreen is my number one beauty product that goes on even when I am indoors.
I’ve always been a lot about beauty and products, and skincare and make-up.
A rainbow is the product of physics working for your appreciation of beauty.
This is so cliche and cheesy but so true – seeing how happy people get if you A. give them a beauty product or B. give them a tip that works. There’s such joy in finding a good beauty product.
The beauty one can find in art is one of the pitifully few real and lasting products of human endeavor.
Beauty products always cheer me up and give me hope. If it makes you feel pretty, why not?
I change my beauty routine every six months, but I make sure to use products that are light and gentle.
I was guilty of using beauty products without consulting a dermatologist. So I’ve developed a sensitive skin.
I try out all the latest beauty products and participate in all the shows. It’s pretty magical.
I’ve actually spent a lot of time researching beauty products, how they are produced and how they are sold.
The closest thing I use to beauty products is the grease on the pizza from John’s Pizzeria.
When I first started, there really was no beauty guru community. I didn’t have the right production resources. I had to learn how to edit. I didn’t even have beauty products. I had to go out and buy them myself because beauty brands didn’t even know what a beauty guru was.
When buying beauty products, I always check the ingredients. The product should be sourced from natural ingredients. It should have not been tested on animals, as I am against animal testing, and it should be soft on the skin.
I lend my daughter beauty products, but only as a treat. If she’s going to a party, I’ll let her borrow a mascara or moisturizer.
One thing I love about the beauty industry is that there are so many entrepreneurs, so much creativity, such a fun pipeline of products.
A huge number of women are shopping for beauty products based on recommendations from friends, and we really look to be that friend.
We’ll continue to invest in new technology because we think every woman should have the ability to be connected through her beauty knowledge, opinions, products, and routine.
I have always liked to get my pictures taken, and I like taking care of my looks. But, I am not one to use beauty products and treatments.
I just grew up loving beauty products. Going to the mall, and the Stila counter in the ’90s. I was obsessed with hair dye.
Beauty, to me, is about being healthy and strong, both physically and mentally, and Shiseido products arm me with the protection and style I need.
Every one of my products – my lingerie, my perfume, and everything that I do beauty-related with regard to building my burlesque shows – is just me.
Natural beauty products are a must! I use coconut oil-based RMS makeup, and I slather almond oil on my hands to soak while I watch a movie.
I always carry lip balm and lipstick. Lipstick is a very important beauty product because I find that lips are the most beautiful feature of anyone’s face.
I can’t live without my beauty products. I love to be in my bathroom with my candles lit, morning, noon and night. I like taking hot baths and hot showers, using my body scrubs and lotions.
The more natural or eco-based products you can introduce into your beauty regimen, the more beneficial it is for your skin. It’s similar to introducing organic food into your daily diet.
It’s fun to sniff and slather on beauty products, but the end goal is finding what appeals most to ‘Teen Vogue’ readers and reporting on it in the most compelling way.
If you always feel like an imposter, you work harder, and that makes you better at your job. You’ve got to keep a level of variation; otherwise, you’ll end up talking about nails and beauty products all the time.
I really like Tracie Martyn beauty products for skin care. Take off your makeup before you go to sleep. Sometimes I forget, and it is always horrible when you wake up.
Since we started putting together our makeup collection, Kardashian Beauty, I’ve been extra invested in our list of no-no ingredients. It’s an ingredients black list that we don’t allow into the products – no parabens, no sulfates.
Josie Maran anything! Love her products, especially the argan sun block moisturizer, and RMS beauty anything, always. Her eye polish colors are insane. I also always keep an Eau So Sexy rollerball by Victoria’s Secret in my bag.
You don’t need most beauty products. They’re an emotional purchase. That’s why the conversations are really important. What choice do you have but to ask your customer what they want?
I’ve put on makeup just for fun since I was a really little girl. Now I keep a look book for inspiration – with hair, makeup, beauty tips and products to try.
I like the idea of accessibility, coming from a lower-middle-class background myself, I feel like beauty and products should be accessible to all women over the world.
It’s amazing to know that my work as a Artist can influence women around the world, and my visions for new products can shape the future of beauty for women.
Over the years of running Into The Gloss, I began to see a gap in the way beauty companies were creating products and marketing them to women. There wasn’t one brand that really spoke to girls like me, who created products for real life. So we set out to create that brand with Glossier.
Time Bomb encapsulates everything I have learned over the years and wished I could find in a capsule collection. It’s the absolute best skincare and body products I could envisage – and I am fussy. I am now able to indulge my love of beauty products and call it research.