Tag Archives: Cosmetics

21Jun/21

Game On! Benefit Cosmetics Launches Global Twitch Channel to Connect Beauty & Gaming Communities

Benefit Cosmetics, the leading beauty and no. 1 brow brand worldwide*, announces the launch of its official channel on Twitch (www.twitch.com/benefitcosmetics), the world’s leading live streaming platform for gamers. This launch evolves Benefit Cosmetics’ pilot “Game Face” campaign into a global program to continue supporting and empowering women in gaming with a love and passion for what they do and to engage all beauty lovers across the gaming space. Continue reading

02Jan/21

Meet the Exquisite Perfume Collection by Benigna Parfums – the Extraordinary Luxury Niche Fragrances Captivating the World with Their Fusion of Artistry and Compelling Storytelling – Premiering Soon in a Cinema!

Welcome to the house of Benigna Parfums – an elegant gender-neutral and transformative fragrance brand that has stunned the world with their exquisite perfumes.

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 1, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Benigna Parfums, whose heart and focus has been dedicated to using the rarest and most expensive ingredients combined with superior craftsmanship, recently launched The Floral Trio. And, in a bold, creative move – they are set to premier a film inspired by their exquisite perfumes in Cinema soon. Continue reading

06Jul/17

Chlorine, mildew and semen – the new face of perfume?

LONDON, ENGLAND, UNITED KINGDOM (JULY 6, 2017) (REUTERS) – Essence of Mildew? Eau de log flume? Or how about semen cologne? Perfume is getting quirkier – or so says exhibition ‘Perfume: A Sensory Journey Through Contemporary Scent’, a new show at London’s Somerset House. Continue reading

21Feb/17

Red carpet secrets of the stars

Tricks of the trade: A look at some of the things celebrities do to look their best on the red carpet.

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09Sep/15

New app lets consumers test cosmetics without purchasing products

A new app called Try It On enables users to test cosmetics virtually. Using facial recognition technology and specialized algorithms, consumers can snap a selfie, scan a bar code on their phone and instantly know what they’ll look like.

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