10 Cosmetics brands created by women you have to know


More and more women are choosing to enter the world of business, especially in the field of beauty. Their intelligence has led them to create products so impressive that they make us look even more beautiful. Among women we must support ourselves and what better way to do it than by recognizing the creators of a product that we use every day: cosmetics.

These are just some makeup brands made by women that you need to try. Because in addition to supporting them, you will have the opportunity to acquire quality products that do not harm the environment.

1. Nailberry

Although it started as a nail salon in 2012, a couple of years later its founder, the French Sonia Hully, created her first four enamel shades vegan and free of animal cruelty. In 2015 he launched his line LOxygéné, which presumes to be a healthy product for the nails because, in addition to not including a UV filter or chemical substances such as formaldehyde, the formula has a technology that prevents water and air from passing through the enamel and damaging the nail.

2. Bobbi Brown Cosmetics

In 1990 the makeup artist Bobbi Brown worked with a chemist to achieve 10 natural shades of lipstick. But it was not until a year after their tunes debuted under the name of Bobbi Brown Essentials. Since then the brand has been characterized by its bright colors that enhance the beauty of women.

3. Urban Decay

Wende Zomnir was responsible for creating the famous brand Urban Decay. The pink, red and beige shades determine the most famous palette of shadows created by Zomnir: Naked, which have become a staple of our makeup bag. But the best thing about these cosmetics is that their products are free of animal cruelty and in 2009 the company received the prize Fifth Annual Best Cruelty-Free Cosmetics Line, awarded by PETA.

4. Kylie Cosmetics

Even though the famous socialite Born in the cradle of gold, for a couple of years she has struggled to position her name in the makeup industry. Currently the youngest of the clan Kardashian Jenner has managed to consolidate a cosmetic empire, because every time you launch a new product is sold out in a matter of seconds.

5. The Body Shop

Anita Lucia Roddick was the one who started with this cosmetics company in 1976 because she did not agree with the animal experiments. Since then it has become one of the biggest beauty brands in the world that supports associations such as Greenpeace. Their products are chemical free and make your skin look fabulous.

6. Tarte Cosmetics

From the comfort of his apartment Kelly Maureen created Tarte Cosmetics in 1999. Maureen was a beauty addict but all the products she used were very unattractive so she set out to design a line of cosmetics filled with glamor. Today Tarte is a leading company of ecological beauty that offers natural products made from fruits, plant extracts, vitamins, minerals and oils.

7. Estée Lauder

Josephine Esther Mentzer, was the founder of the famous brand. Estée created the company with the perfect combination of knowing how to make its products, dedication, persistence, passion, commitment and many free samples.

8. Flower

Maybe you did not know but the brand of cosmetics Flower It was created by actress and producer Drew Barrymore. The line consists of 180 low-cost products and what makes them attractive is that they are quality products that do not have advertising, they invest the money in natural formulas that help the face.

9. Kat Von D Beauty

The famous tattoo artist joined forces in 2008 to Sephora to launch a line of vegan makeup with its characteristic stamp, because the designs of the containers look as if they were tattooed.

10. MAC Cosmetics

Founded in 1984 by professional make-up artist and photographer Alicia Margbki, Make Art Cosmetics (MAC) was created as a make-up suitable for photo shoots. But it's not just a company created for beauty, they also have a series of foundations that help people like MAC AIDS Fund, that fights against AIDS.

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