Lime Crime is an internet based makeup company that prides itself on creative bold, intense, and quality products. They are based out of Los Angeles, CA and have a very strong social media following with 2.6 million Instagram followers. The company’s mission is to allow their customers to express themselves as they see fit.
Lime Crime just release a new Velvetine lipstick in the color Scandal. This is a very intense plummy matte color that has the same great formula as the original Velvetine Lipsticks. It is long lasting and has a luxe formula. And is as a liquid-to-matte finish. It is also vegan and free from animal testing of any kind. It is a very unique purple/violet hybrid hue. Doe Deere, the CEO and Founder of Lime Crime, created this new launch as she does with all Lime Crime products.
She designed this color specifically for people that a little more punk and edgy. This look would pair great with a bold liner for added drama. This plum color is very trendy for this winter season. It is a very sexy and bold shade that demand attention.
To get the best wear out of this lip color apply lip balm about 15 minutes before applying to color. The wipe off any extra moisture before putting on the color. A lip brush may be handy to achieve a precise application. Scandal is a long wearing lipstick, so it may require waterproof makeup remover to take it off. Scandal can be ordered off the Lime Crime UrbanOutfitters website for $20 USD.
Fabletics active wear is just one brand of JustFab, Inc. It was founded by Adam Goldenberg, Don Ressler and Kate Hudson. It started as an online subscription brand with many shoppers not realizing that the $49 a month fee included one outfit a month. Now, Fabletics has opened six stores with a seventh to open this spring. The first stores appeared in malls in Fall of 2015 in New Jersey, St. Louis, Woodland Hills, Cincinnati and Columbia. Since its launch in October 2013, it expanded to Europe including the United Kingdom, Germany and France, Canada and Australia. It is also expanding its line with the launch of FL2, a men’s line and is now in Spain and the Netherlands. Racked reported that Fabletics plans to open up to 100 stores in the next few years and one may be near you. If you are familiar with the brand and line and wanted a chance to try them on to see how they fit and feel before you buy, the opportunity may be just around the corner.
JustFab Inc fashion company offers personalized shopping to millions through JustFab.com by making shoes, handbags, jewelry and denim available to shoppers in the US, Canada, the UK, France, Spain and Germany. FabKids offers parents a way to shop for growing kids and stylish, ready to wear and affordable outfits. ShoeDazzle has exclusive labels and designer brand styles as well as great deals on shoes. Fabletics active wear was created to motivate and support women to lead a healthy lifestyle also offer inspiration through its blog The Core where readers will find post on fitness, style, nourishment, balance, and discovery with passion to be included soon among the topics. Through JustFab Inc, over 35 million members experience lifestyle fashion and brands personalized and curated with styling advice and outfit recommendation from experts and fashion consultants based on individual workout and lifestyle preferences. Fabletics offers high quality luxury brands at affordable prices for the active wearer, whether for fitness, preparing for competition or chasing after the little ones, with fashion and style in mind and the mantra of Live Your Passion everyday.
In addition to the 20 to 30 new offerings per month, shoppers can also choose from Kate’s picks. Visitors to the website can also read an interview published in Elle where Kate Hudson answers the question about balancing her life with an “I have no idea!” But she adds that mediation is the greatest thing and that she practices Kundalini, an active process that focuses on breath and breathing to push out and shift from anxiety. She also told of her love for the Fabletics website that allows her to take part in building communities of strong women. Branded as active wear, new designs and outfits are available on a monthly bases and even if you don’t want to buy a new outfit every month, you can appreciate being in the know about your options.