That’s Chelsea Masters Social Media With Professionalism, Personal Experience and Achingly Pretty Pictures
The natural beauty community should be super thankful That’s Chelsea‘s Chelsea Williams didn’t pin down a graphic design position after college. Graduating at the height of the Great Recession without job offers in her chosen field, she entered the healthcare industry out of necessity, and found her footing as a ...
Politics Getting You Down? Step Into Take Care For Reenergizing Me-Time
In the political battlefield of Washington, D.C., respite seems called for—and Take Care is offering it. From accomplished clean beauty merchant Becky Waddell, the new 1,200-square-foot wellness and personal care shop on Georgetown’s Wisconsin Avenue spans skincare, ...
31 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Launching A Beauty Brand
Plenty of people have lost their shirts – and shoes, stockings, socks, slacks and much more – emptying money into launching beauty brands that have gone belly up. Beauty Independent doesn’t want that fate for any entrepreneur. We asked a coterie of beauty industry experts, including Jeannie Jarnot of Beauty Heroes, Murphy Bishop II ...
Vow Beauty Delivers Serious Skincare That Doesn’t Take Itself Too Seriously
Tangie Griffin proves serious skincare doesn’t require an AARP card. The 36-year-old sought out advanced remedies long before marionette lines and crow’s feet typically set in, and even formulated her own under the brand Vow Beauty. “In my late 20s and early 30s, I started to visit ...
Will Fragrance Be The First Non-Gendered Beauty Category?
Before she could purchase perfumes herself, Wendi Berger would nick her father’s Eau Sauvage from Christian Dior, a fresh citrus men’s cologne deepened by a woody vetiver base. “I wasn’t attracted to super floral girly scents,” she remembers. “I was attracted to scents that spoke to my mood.” When Berger ...