Lucire
The global fashion magazine December 03, 2022 

Beauty

 

 


Adit all up

A beloved indie beauty product trade show scales down, reformulates, and gets focused, writes Elyse Glickman
Photographed by the author

 


You’ll Flip for Koa Life

Koa Life has débuted on the Flip app, with a natural, 100 per cent vegan skin care range free of all harsh chemicals

 


Luminous glow

Lola Cristall reviews this season’s latest luxury beauty indulgences, for healthy skin and hair

 


Inside influence

How to win followers and influence people: marketing executive and podcast host Stephanie O’Quigley gives Jody Miller some no-nonsense advice for aspiring brands and influencers

 


Finding beauty

Jody Miller looks at the good work done by Look Good Feel Better for those with cancer diagnoses, and talks to its executive director, Louanne Roark

 


For hair, subtle is best

Subtle hair makes a bold statement this autumn—Laurent Saint-Cricq explains why to Elyse Glickman

 


Coming clean with Shama Patel

The founder of one of the fastest-growing facial franchises gives the low-down to Jody Miller on a debt-free business model and what every female entrepreneur should know

 


Reimagining professional skin care

Jody Miller talks with Image Skincare CEO Janna Ronert, whose company grew from a home-based beauty business to one of the most respected—after Ronert found professional products too harsh and embarked on creating her own

 


Wild, wild (Expo) West

After a pause due to the pandemic, Expo West returns with new trends in beauty and health, writes Elyse Glickman
Event photographs by the author
From issue 45 of
Lucire and the May 2022 issue of Lucire KSA

 


Studio Sashiko: the fine strokes of restorative tattooing

Elyse Glickman and Jody Miller visit Studio Sashiko as founders Shaughnessy and Kyle Otsuji open a Los Angeles location, bringing their skills in microblading and other restorative techniques Stateside

 


I-N Intelligent Beauty redefines conscious skin and body care

As the successors to the legacy that brought us Aveda, Kiran Stordalen and Nicole Rechelbacher are resolute in their commitment to advance the legacy of plant-powered beauty of which they were so fortunate to be an integral part, reports Jody Miller

 


Beauty trends uncovered

Plastic surgeon Dr Michael Somenek weighs in on 2021’s beauty trends, and gives some straight talk and hard science about each one
Main photograph by Karelys Ruíz/Unsplash

 


Summer glow

Lueur d’été
Yuriko Shiratori and the Lucire team have picked beauty items that’ll give you an outward glow, and make the most of spring and the coming summer
Le printemps est ici, et l’été arrivera prochainement. Yuriko Shiratori et l’équipe Lucire ont choisi les produits de beauté qui vous feront briller
Main photograph by Amanda Dalbjörn/Unsplash
From the October 2021 issue of
Lucire KSA

 


Beauty spots: the expanded autumn equinox edition

Our beauty and wellness choices for the northern autumn 2021—with a bit of pampering thrown in

 


Behind the Xeomin Challenge

Elyse Glickman injects some enlightenment about neurotoxins into the beauty conversation as she talks to Dr Jay Park of UC San Diego about the Xeomin Challenge

 


Seize the day spa

Burke Williams founders Bill and Theresa Armour continue reinventing the modern-day spa, and recently celebrated frontline health care workers, writes Elyse Glickman

 


QMS Medicosmetics: heading off to collagen

QMS Medicosmetics is big on identification and personalization, as it launches its clinically proven skin care in the US

 


Not your average daily grind

UpCircle Beauty has its origins in discarded coffee grinds and food waste—now, this environmentally conscious and socially responsible brand has gone international

 


A clean break from run-of-the-milled

Jennifer Revello decided to leave the corporate life and embark on a new journey with traditional, hand-made soaps from France. Elyse Glickman speaks with her

 


Sweating the big stuff, so you don’t have to

So often the solutions to perspiration are metals and harmful chemicals. Mila Shmurak decided to create her own solutions with Bare Pits

 


The unforgettable first century of Chanel No. 5

The world’s most famous fragrance celebrates 100 years since it was conceived. We look at its history and how it came back with more than a little help from star power

 


Mizani: shifting the shape and perception of curly hair

Mizani recognizes the special care needed for textured hair, and global artistic director Tippi Shorter has developed a cut especially for it. Elyse Glickman checks them out

 


Putting yourself first

Our beauty selection to start off 2021 is all about making you feel your best, from lush lashes to a woody fragrance

 


Beauty’s essential workers

The usual awards’ season suites might not be on this time round, as the US struggles with COVID-19, but the Pro Safety Beauty Summit in January introduces a considered way to look at beauty innovation, reports Elyse Glickman

 


Little luxuries that go a long way: a gift guide for the times

More than ever, we need to tend to wellness and beauty issues we neglected until this year, and we need to encourage those we care about to do the same. Here’s a handy gift guide to the must haves to refresh and revitalize body, mind and soul, reports Elyse Glickman

 


 

 

 

 

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