Julep: A Polished Approach to Social Media

Have you heard of the beauty brand Julep? Julep began as a chain of nail salons in Seattle, Washington. In 2011, Julep's CEO Jane Park wanted to take her business online and introduced the monthly Julep Maven subscription service. Customers receive a box of Julep nail polishes, each named after women because "Julep has been … Continue reading Julep: A Polished Approach to Social Media

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Is Lancome Still a Granny Brand?

In the past it seems that Lancome was viewed as a brand for older women. One likely reason for this opinion is that Lancome sells a lot of anti-aging products. Or maybe it was because of the higher cost of the products or the sophisticated image of the brand. One could even say that it … Continue reading Is Lancome Still a Granny Brand?

Urban Decay Contest Hypes Up New Collection on Pinterest

Urban Decay is debuting a new collection called "Electric" on Pinterest, along with a contest that will send two people to Coachella this year. UD's Pinterest board "Get Electric. Festival Style." is a board of pictures of music festival style, the new Electric collection, and brightly-colored people and objects. The Electric collection seems to go … Continue reading Urban Decay Contest Hypes Up New Collection on Pinterest

The Benefit of Birchbox

Birchbox is an e-commerce company that delivers personalized boxes of beauty product samples to subscribers each month at $10/box. Full-sizes of the sample products are available to purchase on the website and there's beauty content to boot! This Birchbox video explains it all: I do not subscribe to Birchbox (even though I'd love to!) but … Continue reading The Benefit of Birchbox