Jeena International to launch Ugly Side

AN ORGANIZATION targeted at assisting vulnerable women and young people is introducing a project to highlight the 'ugly side' of the beauty profession. Jeena International, a Slough-based organization, prepares to release a series of workshops designed to equip the hair and cosmetics, beauty, fashion and wedding markets with tools and guidance in raising awareness and being vigilant to thought victims of domestic violence, required marriages, honor-based violence and sexual exploitation.

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From the names to the colors of its items

When American cosmetics label Urban Decay introduced in 1996, not just did it brighten up the beauty market - awash in a sea of pink, red and beige - with louder and edgier colors, however it likewise surprised with product names such as Peroxide, Bruise and Roach. Who would have thought that an eye shadow called Acid Rain or one named Mildew would sell? They did. And so did the lipsticks Road Stripe and Gash.See this beautyboutiquela.com for more information about eyelash extensions.

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Sophia Bush and Eco Tools Motivate

Sophia Bush and Eco Tools Motivate Women to Share Messages of Empowerment in Celebration of International Women's Day Actress and advocate Sophia Bush has actually teamed up with beauty accessory brand Eco Tools to fire up a social discussion around women's empowerment through the #MyTrueBeauty project. Kicking off today, International Women's Day, the campaign intends to flood social media channels with messages of female positivity and confidence while benefitting ladies' education through Glamour's global philanthropic initiative, The Girl Project.

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