You’ve Got 24 Hours To Save 25% On Some Of Britain’s Biggest Beauty Brands

The world of skincare and beauty is, well, just that — a whole wide world of brands, products, ingredients, and rituals that span countries and continents. While here at Refinery29 our beauty gurus have their manicured fingers firmly on the pulse of the latest trends and cult obsessions, there’s always something new to learn from our friends overseas. So with tomorrow marking the start of the R29 UK team’s first-ever flash beauty deal event, we’re taking this opportunity to learn about (and, of course, bag) some of the most-loved beauty buys from across the pond.

This blink-of-an-eye promotion means you’ve got just 24 hours to score up to 25% off a selection of popular brands and retailers— but with a fabulously British twist. When we say Ulta or Sephora, for example, a Brit might say Feelunique or Beauty Bay. And the love we stateside shoppers harness for covetable classics like Bliss Body Butter equates to that of an in-the-know English woman with a pension for Elemis’ popular Pro-Collagen Marine Cream. Discover these places and products for yourself as part of this October 23rd flash sale using the code R29 or R29FLASH at checkout* and shop the top-selling stuff the team in our London HQ can’t get enough of.

Not only have we outlined the UK sales you can score from your very own couch (no crossing of the Atlantic required!). We’ve also looked into what the hype’s all about with these brands and shared the exclusive R29 codes you’ll need at checkout. So keep calm and shop on so you can lather/exfoliate/hydrate your way to your best self.

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Jenna Lyons Does the Same Beauty Routine Every. Single. Day.

Photo credit: Mei Tao/Hanna Varady
Photo credit: Mei Tao/Hanna Varady

From Marie Claire

“I didn’t want to make clothes anymore,” says Jenna Lyons, the influential former president and creative director of J.Crew. And so, three years ago, she stopped. “I so appreciate having that moment to check in with myself and think, What do I actually enjoy? Now I’m really happy.” Though she admits to fumbling around before figuring out her next endeavors, Lyons has spent 2020 in hustle mode: She just launched Loveseen, a beauty brand with makeup artist Troi Olivierre, is designing a furniture line and a boutique hotel in the Bahamas, and her eight-episode show, Stylish with Jenna Lyons, debuts on HBO Max on November 26. “I never thought I would do a television show. It was just because I took a meeting,” she insists. “Don’t be shy. I’ve had a lot of insecurity for a really long time. And I’m getting used to being scared.” Here, Lyons shares a snapshot of her day.

Rise & Shine

The time I wake up? As late as humanly possible. Optimal hours of sleep: 14. Typical? Five to six. The first thing I always do is check on my son and walk my pup.

Morning Maintenance

How long it takes me to get ready currently depends on my Zoom schedule, who I’m meeting [with], and how glamorous I know they’re going to look—ultimately, whether they expect to see my face or not. Skincare is Arcona Brightening Gommage and Biologique Recherche Masque Vernix. I top it all with Creed Silver Mountain Water.

Makeup—first and foremost, I apply my LoveSeen lash in Cate in brown. I have barely any eyelashes so this is essential to make me look awake. Then it’s red lips [Nars in Red Square], slicked-back hair. This is a formal PSA for M.O.P. to reinstitute Glisten because I buy it on eBay for, like, $80. Eyeliner is liquid. Always. Nails are bare or red, nothing in between.

Hair situation? A black rubber band.

Power Start

Iced latte.

Zoom Beauty Cheat

My favorite thing is Dior Airflash and a foundation sponge—it takes two seconds and makes you look ten times better.

Favorite Fitness Fix

Favorite is a strong word. Something I do now is Melissa Wood Health [a low-impact, mostly body-weight workout], although I don’t understand how she can do all of the things she does. What I miss the most is OrangeTheory.

Beauty Icon

David Bowie

Best Job/Worst Job

J.Crew/J.Crew

Words of Wisdom

If it feels wrong, it’s wrong.

Hidden Talent

[Making] Pavlova.

Backup Career

Yoga instructor.

Worth It

A Joanna Czech facial.

Cheap-But-Chic

CLE Melting Lip Powder.

Night-Out Look

Always a navy smoky eye. And at night I up my lash to a fuller look with the Romy in black.

Primping Playlist

The Gap Band, Stevie Wonder, The National, Gil Scott-Heron, Curtis Mayfield, Billie Eilish, Florence and the Machine, Amber Mark, Lizzo, Rihanna, Unions, Frank Ocean, Jessie Ware, and Young T & Bugsey.

Evening Wind-Down

Shower at night, always. I

How husband and wife duo are using imagery to celebrate Black beauty : TheGrio

A celebration of Black hair is at the forefront of the conversation for the latest photography book by Atlanta husband and wife duo Reg Bethencourt and Kahran Bethencourt

GLORY is the first project created by the CreativeSoul Photography founders as a part of their new deal with St. Martin’s Press. The six-figure book deal they signed in 2018 came after they received national recognition for their AfroArt series, in which they empower and celebrate Black beauty and natural hair through striking and vibrant images of Black children. 

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Their newest project, GLORY, continues to pay homage to this celebration of Black culture and hair through imagery, and now words. This book features not only a preface from Amanda Seales speaking to the power and necessity of these images, but also features backstories on the children they’re showcasing. Adding another layer to their narrative, Kahran says, makes their stories that much more relatable and accessible to Black and brown children they hope to reach in this series. 

Kahran shared more about their hope for GLORY.

AI: So let’s get right into it. What are we going to see in GLORY that we haven’t seen in your AfroArt series? 

An image from GLORY is seen in a screenshot. (Credit: Reg and Kahran Bethencourt)

KB: “In GLORY, we really dig into the stories behind the pictures. I wanted people to really get to know some of the kids behind the photos. Because some of them are doing really amazing things. We have one girl, who at the time was an 8-year-old neuroscience expert. Then we have Nila, who could read at age 2. Then a kid that has his pilot license at the age of 13. So there’s just a broad range of kids in the book. We address poverty and domestic violence, HBCUs, young boys going to the barbershop for the first time. There’s so many different topics we touch on.”

AI: How do you think these stories enhance your images?

KB: “I wanted a kid in South Africa to be able to see kids here in Atlanta and what they’re doing and vice versa. Growing up, I didn’t have kids I knew from other countries, so it’s really important for them to be able to see and expand their horizons of what is out there in the world.”

AI: How do the themes within your book of past, present and future correlate with how the Black community has responded to natural hair over the years?

An image from GLORY is seen in a screenshot. (Credit: Reg and Kahran Bethencourt)

KB: “I hear a lot from adults. Really, the conversation I think that I hear most is, ‘Wow, I really wish I had this growing up.’ I think a lot of them are just kind of looking at it with pride for the next generation. They say they’ll be gifting it to every Black kid they

Beauty boom: L’Oreal sales rebound after lockdowns ease

PARIS (Reuters) – L’Oreal OREP.PA, the French company behind Maybelline cosmetics and Garnier shampoo, said on Thursday it was back to revenue growth in the third quarter as it performed well with Chinese customers and kept up its product launches.

FILE PHOTO: The logo of French cosmetics group L’Oreal in the western Paris suburb of Levallois-Perret, France, February 7, 2020. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes/File Photo

Like companies in the luxury goods sector, L’Oreal was hit hard by coronavirus lockdowns earlier this year when stores and airport retailers shut down. It was also hurt by hair salons having to close temporarily, as it sells professional products.

But revenues have since recovered in most divisions, including in the mass market unit that produces ranges like Garnier for sale in supermarkets.

Overall sales came in at 7 billion euros ($8.27 billion), for the July to September period, rising 1.6% from a year earlier on a like-for-like basis, which strips out currency effects and acquisitions.

That compared to a 19% year-on-year drop in the previous quarter, and analysts had expected sales to remain in negative territory.

The biggest improvement came not at L’Oreal’s best known make-up brands like Maybelline, but from its active cosmetics division, which caters to dermatological conditions with labels like Vichy, La Roche Posay and CeraVe, which it bought in 2017.

Chairman and Chief Executive Jean-Paul Agon – who is preparing to hand over the CEO reins to company veteran Nicolas Hieronimus in May 2021 – told analysts on a conference call that the group had taken market share in this segment.

Asked about a potential “wellness” boom, as people took care of themselves during coronavirus lockdowns, he added however that this had not been a major factor in the active cosmetics growth.

Agon said that L’Oreal had also outperformed rivals in the key Chinese market, where it has a strong presence, echoing improving demand in Asia noted by luxury goods makers such as Hermes HMRS.PA and Louis Vuitton LVMH.PA.

“The fact that Chinese consumers do not travel anymore is a pity for travel retail but a bonanza for the business we do in China,” Agon said.

LUXURY LAGS

The group, which has launched a perfume campaign for a Valentino fragrance starring Lady Gaga, also said it had kept investing in marketing despite the crisis, and benefited from a further pick-up in its online sales.

But the performance of its luxury products unit, home to Lancome and which makes cosmetics for Armani, lagged that of other divisions, and remained in negative territory. This was partly due to the impact of travel restrictions, the group said.

L’Oreal has remained upbeat about the outlook for beauty products throughout the coronavirus crisis and despite concerns that lockdowns would discourage people from wearing make-up.

Agon said he was cautious about the current rise in COVID-19 cases including in Europe – and ensuing restrictions on movement – but still expected growth in fourth quarter sales, and the group confirmed that it expected like-for-like sales to expand

12 Beauty Subscriptions That You’ll Actually Look Forward To Every Month





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File this under the stuff no one tells you about being a grown-up: Getting mail isn’t fun, it’s just bills and credit card offers and random furniture store flyers. And for that reason, we’ll gladly pay to make the experience a little less dreadful. It’s something oodles of start-ups have banked on with subscription beauty boxes, curated packages of beauty samples and full-size product that arrive on our doorstep like clockwork.

Thankfully, a handful of players have followed suit in the wake of OG power players like Birchbox and created subscription boxes for every budget, personality, and more. There’s even a box for clean beauty devotees and luxury fragrances at a non-luxury price point.

Now, splurging on a subscription for ourselves doesn’t just mean looking forward for the UPS truck every afternoon. They make some of the best holiday gifts that keep on giving, not to mention they’re content fodder for excellent #unboxing videos on Instagram, too. Here, we take a closer look at the top 12 boxes worth your monthly investment.

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A dozen salads that celebrate the flavor and beauty of veggies

Salads … every restaurant has them. They are not all created equal, but if you explore the menu, you can sometimes find a real winner.



a close up of a plate of food: Figlio's Restaurant at 424 E. Stroop Road, offers some pretty tasty salads. Pictured here is a Balsamic Salad with pine nuts and sundried tomatoes, Chicken Piccatta with Linguine and Asparagus, and Creme Brulee with Raspberry Puree. Photo by Jim Witmer


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Figlio’s Restaurant at 424 E. Stroop Road, offers some pretty tasty salads. Pictured here is a Balsamic Salad with pine nuts and sundried tomatoes, Chicken Piccatta with Linguine and Asparagus, and Creme Brulee with Raspberry Puree. Photo by Jim Witmer

Salads are a winning menu option all year long, especially when you are looking for a veggie infusion full of vitamins and minerals.

Here are a dozen of my favorite salads in town that pack a tasty crunch:



a close up of a plate of food and a glass of beer: The beet salad from Coco's Bistro. ALEXIS LARSEN/CONTRIBUTED


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Coco’s Bistro’s Beet Salad

250 Warren St., Dayton

(937) 228-2626 or www.228coco.com

This classy salad made with mixed greens, fresh beets, grapefruit gastrique, goat cheese and beet thousand island ($6/$10) is a flavorful dreamy dream. It’s light, beautiful and puts the spotlight on that beautiful, bright red beetroot. Add chicken ($5), tuna, shrimp, salmon or steak ($8) and you have yourself a meal.

Dublin Pub’s Blackened Chicken Salad

300 Wayne Ave., Dayton

(937) 224-7822 or www.dubpub.com

The blackened chicken salad with mixed greens, pecans, Irish cheddar, cranberries and croutons with blackened chicken ($11.99) is a filling healthy option to get your green on. If you are feeling like negating the health benefits of a salad jump on the very tasty snakedriver salad ($11.990 made with crispy fried chicken, onion, egg, tomatoes and cheese on mixed greens. You can always opt for grilled chicken on that one as well to keep a focus on health at the forefront.

Figlio Wood Fired Pizza’s Peasant Salad

424 E Stroop Road, Kettering

937-534-0494 or http://figliopizza.com

Two words: Peasant salad. This is the same recipe from the former Peasant Stock restaurant that is a classic. Lettuce, spinach, bacon, egg, onion, cheddar, peas, peppers ($7) with a creamy thick dressing. This salad is like a deconstructed seven-layer salad. It’s a favorite of mine. The spinach arugala salad with vinaigrette, pear, honey glazed pecans, chevre and pickled red onions ($8) is another great option. Entree salads are double the price and salmon ($7), shrimp ($6), chicken ($5) or avocado ($3) can all be added.

Linh’s Bistro’s Goi Tom Thit

5532 Airway Rd., Dayton

(937) 252-1857 or www.linhsbistro.com

One of my favorite restaurants in town offers up an extensive selection of Vietnamese dishes. The restaurant’s Goi Tom Thit salad ($15.95) is a traditional fresh vegetable Vietnamese salad with shrimp and pork that will wow you if you’ve never had the pleasure of ordering it. Just ask for No. 14 on the menu and you will be in business before you know it.

Lucky’s Taproom & Eatery’s Grilled Kale and Beet Salad

520 E. 5th St., Dayton

(937) 222-6800 or luckystaproom.com

Grilled Kale is served with a healthy dose of roasted golden beets with some applewood smoked bacon, shaved red onion and savory goat cheese to

Beauty Pill Releases New Single ‘Instant Night’

Washington, D.C.-based band Beauty Pill is pleased to present their new single and video.

Washington, D.C.-based band Beauty Pill is pleased to present their new single and accompaning video for “Instant Night.” It is the band’s third record of 2020 and Beauty Pill’s first song without drums. “Instant Night” is also the band’s most strikingly orchestral release, highlighting the woodwind quartet that fused with the band in 2018 which features Sarah Hughes, a young, respected D.C. jazz luminary.

Watch the official video below!

The official video for the song features an unusual and provocative, time-lapse film showcasing gifted D.C. illustrator and former Beauty Bill member, Ryan Nelson drawing surreal political portraits in real time.

“Instant Night” is out now and the band hopes it will inspire people to vote in the November election. The song uses elliptical lyrics but is certainly Beauty Pill’s most fiercely political work yet.

Fans can stream and download the song on all streaming services. Additionally three limited edition t-shirts (featuring different song lyrics from “Instant Night”) are available to purchase at Bandcamp.

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Exploring the history and raw beauty of Northern Berkshire County

Exploring the history and raw beauty of Northern Berkshire County

Erika Tarantal visits the Blantyre in Lenox, where she chills out in one of the only Dom Perignon tasting rooms in the world


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ERIKA: IN LENO MASSACHUSETTS, A DIFFERENT TAKE ON THE GRAND HOTEL. WHEN BLANTYR WAS BUILT, IT WAS CONSIDERED A COTTAGE. NO LONGER. >> BLANTYR IS A FIVE-STAR PROPERTY, CONSISTING OF 24 GUESTROOMS. ERIKA: SMALL FOR A HOTEL BUT SURELY GRAND FOR A SUMMER HOME. >> ROBERT AND MARIE PATTERSON, THEY MADE THEIR GREAT FORTUNE IN TURPENTINE. THEY DECIDED TO SETTLE IN THE BERKSHIRES IN 19 O.T.. ERIKA: DAVID BOOP OH DIRECTS MEMBERSHIP AND CONCIERGE SERVICES. HE IS ALSO THE DE FACTO HOTEL HISTORIAN. MILE AWAY. IT IS WARMTH AND IT IS CHARACTER HAS ALWAYS RUN IN THAT — RESONATED WITH ME. BLANTYRE ITSELF IS TRANSLATED FROM T GAELIC, MEANING WARMER TREAT. AND THAT WAS INDEED WHAT THE PATTERSON’S INTENDED. ERIK THEY WERE A COUPLE IN GOOD COMPANY, VACATIONING IN T BERKSHIRES, THEN CONSIDERED INLAND NEWPORT. ERIKA: MANY OF THE — ANY OF THE LOCALS INCLUDED IN CARNEGIE, SARAH MORGAN, JP MORGAN’S DAUGHTER. . THEY DID HOST NUMEROUS GARDEN PARTIES ON THE GRAND LAWNS HERE. AND THIS IS PATTERSON WOULD OFTEN WELCOME GUESTS BY PLAYING THE PIPE ORGAN. ERIKA: THAT PIPE ORGAN IS GONE, VICTIMS OF RENEGADE — RENOVATIONS. THERE HAVE BEEN OTHER CHANGES. THIS WAS MISSES PATTERSON’S SOLARIUM. SHE HAD MASSIVE GREEN HOUSES. ERIKA: THAT SOLARIUM IS NOW TH CONSERVATORY DINING ROOM, ADJACENT IS THE BISTRO BAR, AWARDED THE MOSTBEAUTIFULLY DESIGNED BAR IN MASSACHUSETTS BY ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST. THE TASTEFUL UPDATES ARE THE WORK OF A NEW OWNER. SHE SOUGHT TO HAVE A WONDERFUL MIXTURE OF THE OLD AND NEW. ERIK ROBINS EGG BLUE IS A FAVORITE FRESH EDITION TWO ROOMS STEEPED IN HISTORY. EVER AGLOW AND WARMED BY ORIGINAL WOOD-BURNING FIREPLACES, THEY ONLY CHILL YOU WILL FIND IS IN THE SELLER. HOME TO ONE OF THE WORLD’S ONLY DON PERRY KNOWN TASTING ROOMS. >> IT IS A WONDERFUL PLACE TO ENJOY A SIMPLY A GLASS OF CHAMPAGNE, SOME CAVIAR, A LITTLE SHARK ROOT — A LITTLE CHARCUTERIE. ERIKA: STRETCH YOUR LEGS WHI INDULGING. THERE ARE PLENTY OF GROUNDS TO WANDER. >> THERE IS 110 ACRES OF LAWN ON WOODLANDS. WE HAVE PERIMETER TRAILS LET GO THE FULL LENGTH OF THE PROPERTY. ERIK GUESTS CAN ENJOY DOWNTOWN, PACKED WITH SHOPS AND RESTAURANTS. FOR TRAVEL TO BERKSHIRE FAVORITES. TANGLEWOOD, SHAKESPEARE AND COMPANY, THE NORMAN ROCKWELL MUSEUM THE MANY CULTURAL OFFERINGS ENTICED L.A. NATIVE CYNTHIA WICK TO VISI TOO. BUT IT WAS THE ALLURE OF THE LANDSCAPE THAT COMPELLED HER TO STAY. >> IT IS SO BEAUTIFUL. AS A PAINTER, IT IS INSPIRING EVERY DAY. ERIKA: ALWAYS AN ARTIST SHE WORKED, IN THE MOVIE BUSINESS BEFORE MOVING TO LENOX. SHE SET HER SURROUNDINGS HAVE CHANGED HER WORK. >> I SLOWED DOWN. AND THEN I WITNESSED THE LIGHT AND THE SHAPES OF COLOR AND EVERYTHING MOVING AROUND. IT MADE ME

This Mars-Themed Snow Globe Is the Perfect Gift for a Space Lover

Mars Dust Globe

Humango | $35

The night sky is filled with bright constellations and dreamy planets that capture both the hearts and imaginations of space lovers. So, if you’re shopping for an avid stargazer, don’t be afraid to think outside the box—or in this case, outside of Earth. Fortunately, Portland-based toy company Humango specializes in making “fresh toys and objects that no one has ever thought of before.” While their Yoga Joes reimagine the little green army men as athletic yogis, their newest invention merges the classic snow globe with the fascinating “Red Planet.”

The Mars Dust Globe includes two views of the grand celestial object. One side features an adult and child astronaut holding hands and posing against a detailed shot of the bright red landscape. On the other side of the globe is a topographical view of Mars, which includes images of Valles Marineris—one of the largest canyons in the solar system—and Olympus Mons—a massive shield volcano that is two and a half times the height of Mount Everest. Simply shake the glass globe and watch as flakes of red dust swirl around and engulf the space travelers.

Scroll down to see more images of this stellar globe and head on over to My Modern Met Store to shop more gifts for space lovers.

Shopping for an avid stargazer? This space-themed snow globe captures the beauty of Mars!

Mars Dust Globe

Humango | $35

Mars Dust Globe

Humango | $35

Mars Dust Globe

Humango | $35

Mars Dust Globe

Humango | $35

 

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WWP Beauty Welcomes William Jiang as Its Asia Pacific Managing Director

WWP Beauty, a leading provider of cosmetic packaging components, tubes, and full-service turnkey beauty solutions, has hired William Jiang as its Managing Director of Asia Pacific. The Asia market plays a key role in the company’s global expansion, supply chain, and sales strategy. Under William’s leadership, WWP Beauty will be able to strengthen its innovation pipeline as well as provide a more seamless full-service experience to customers worldwide.

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William Jiang, Asia Pacific Managing Director for WWP Beauty (Photo: Business Wire)

With over two decades of experience in the beauty and manufacturing industry, William has a successful track record of growing businesses and working closely with customer to grow their businesses. He deeply understands manufacturing operations and processes, as well as sales strategies and supply chain management. In previous roles, he worked closely with customers of all sizes to understand their needs, and leverage capabilities to offer them valuable solutions and quality service. At WWP Beauty, William will be a key driver in the company’s global strategy bringing customers globalized efficiencies with local market support, working towards the ultimate goal of being the leading supplier of innovative beauty solutions. William will be opening, operating and managing multiple locations in the Asia Pacific region including WWP Beauty’s existing wholly-owned manufacturing facilities which he will continue to expand across the entire Asia region.

“As we continue to grow our team, we could not be happier to welcome William. He has a very successful history in this industry and we are confident in his abilities to create a flexible supply platform for the company that will allow us to truly be the source for everything beauty,” said Robert Tognetti, COO. “With the efficiencies created by William, WWP Beauty will continue to strengthen its capability to provide best in class service to both indie brands and global brands.”

About WWP Beauty

WWP Beauty is committed to developing future-focused, sustainable solutions for the global beauty industry through close collaboration, exceptional agility, and unparalleled scale. The company’s full-service offering of formula, packaging and accessories, paired with their in-house manufacturing capabilities allow them to stand out as the source for everything beauty. Through a worldwide team of beauty experts that span across North America, Europe and Asia, WWP Beauty offers their customers global support at the local level. To learn more visit our website at www.wwpbeauty.com

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Christopher Dale
Turchette Agency
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WWP Beauty
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