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Beautyinthebag is a huge fan of the Cosmetic Executive Women Beauty Awards, and today, 13 winning products can be purchased directly from QVC during a two-hour broadcast starting at 9PM ET. CEW President Carlotta Jacobson will join the QVC host on air to inform viewers about the featured prize winners.
From brands like Clinique, Dior, Fresh, Ojon, and Philosophy—some at special prices—the CEW Beauty Insider’s Choice Awards winners are also available for purchase now on QVC.com for as long as supplies last.
The lineup includes the following (all prices are approximate):
Philosophy Full of Promise AM/PM Serum ($75) – Peptides and a retinoid promote cell turnover to firm and
Question: What do Fresh Rose Cleansing Foam, Diorshow New Look Mascara, Dot Marc Jacobs, and Lancôme Génifique Eye Light Pearl have in common? Answer: They are all 2013 CEW Beauty Awards winners.
Cosmetic Executive Women celebrated this year’s breakthrough products at the 19th Annual CEW Beauty Insiders’ Choice Awards, a gala luncheon held at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City last Friday, May 17. Thirty-six products across 3o categories were named the best in their class and all chosen by people who really know beauty, the 5,500 members of CEW, the beauty industry’s leading professional organization.
“With so many options to choose from, it can be challenging for consume
Sleek, glossy strands were, once again, a hot style at the recent runway shows, and for good reason: they can make anyone look more polished and sophisticated. But for those born with unruly, curly hair getting pin-straight locks is no easy feat. Here we break down the two most common in-salon straightening treatments, and what you can do at home to get gorgeous, shiny, frizz-free hair.
Japanese Straightening, also known as thermal reconditioning, was introduced in the U.S. a little over 10 years ago, and works by using chemicals (typically sodium hydroxide and thioglycolate) to break down the internal bonds of the hair, changing its texture. A stylist applies the solution to hair, whic
TV shopping for a long time was a staple of comedy sketch writers with shaky walls and product offers that could only be described as cut rate.
Not anymore. During the past several years, QVC and HSN, not to mention ShopNBC, have gone from strength to strength. But more specifically, the combination of TV and beauty has become very successful: in the US it is a $1.2 billion business and up 5.3% from 2009. Brands on QVC, for example, include Bobbi Brown, Nicky Kinnaird from SpaceNK—to whom we will return later—Bareminerals, Perricone MD, Clarisonic, Ojon, philosophy, Laura Geller and Smashbox to name a few. HSN offers Lancôme, Benefit and Elizabeth Arden and ShopNBC offers Rodial, T