Revolutionary Women in the Beauty Industry

The beauty industry has been around for an extremely long time and has transformed society across the globe. By finding ways to market to different people and creating quality products, there are notable women behind the prevalent brands found in stores today. From perfume to hair dye, the endless products that categorize under beauty make it the multi-billion dollar industry it is today.

The team at FragranceX has created a list of women in beauty with the messages they stood behind, leading to their success. Here are a couple of our favorites: 

Emily Weiss

Emily Weiss started Glossier by creating a blog for beauty, which led to her thriving company today. Her positive outlook on pushing through the roadblocks in order to be successful is one that anyone from any industry can learn from. 

Estée Lauder

Estée Lauder is a businesswoman that is known for her skincare creams but has created almost every beauty product you can think of. She had a selling-mindset, focusing on how to sell a product along with a message to consumers. Estée accomplished this by looking at what people want and need in a product and brand. Her company is still flourishing today although she passed in the early 2000’s. 
There are women that have left messages with us that continue to be relevant in the business world, and women that are finding new and innovative ways to promote beauty products. The list of women continues in the image below: 

Women in Beauty

Leanna Serras is the in-house writer and perfume expert at FragranceX. She has extensive experience writing for a variety of subjects including fragrance, beauty, skincare and wellness. In her free time she enjoys taking on DIY projects and spending time with her pets.

Nathan S. Gibson is an independent worker compliance business partner who provides expertise and creative solutions to enhance workforce flexibility and maintain compliance with worker classification requirements. He helps mitigate the risks associated with the misclassification of self-employed consultants, freelancers and independent contractors.

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