In its infancy, Youngblood cosmetics was one of the hottest brands on the planet.
It was the first to offer a fully vegan product line and even had a “free skin” product line that included an array of makeup.
And now, it is about to make its big debut in TF2: cosmetics.
The brand has officially become Youngblood and will officially be known as “youngblood” cosmetics.
The name was chosen as a nod to the brand’s namesake, Dominiquie, who was the daughter of famed beauty artist Elizabeth Taylor.
She was a well-known beauty icon and the first female to win a beauty beauty contest.
It’s a fitting name for an industry that has struggled to get its act together and has been slow to catch up to the trends.
But Youngblood’s launch is notable for two reasons: One, it comes at a time when other brands like L’Oreal, Julep, and Clinique are pushing their makeup offerings in a way that is appealing to both kids and adults.
And two, it’s a sign that cosmetics can be a way for people who don’t have a lot of money to get their hands on some of the best products available.
“I’ve been in the cosmetics industry for about a decade, and I think the fact that they are opening up to kids and kids who don-t have money is a really good thing,” said Stephanie Gannon, founder of the independent cosmetics blog The Gannon Family.
“We have all of these kids who are getting into the cosmetics business and they’re buying these things from a brand they really like.
It’s not just about getting a free product and a free lip balm, but they’re really getting something.”
Gannon’s blog has been a platform for her to showcase her line of makeup and hair products, which she describes as “funny, sexy, and cool” and have been featured in The New York Times, the BBC, ABC News, and the Huffington Post.
Her beauty products have been the subject of numerous high-profile campaigns including one for a lip balam called “Lipstick for the Eyes” that sold out in a matter of days.
“If you have a little bit of money and you’re really into makeup, you can get it for a lot less than $10,” she said.
“I think it’s really important to make cosmetics a little more affordable for people, especially people who are kids.”
Gandy and her husband were able to afford the makeup and makeup products in the form of coupons and online sales, but their mom had to buy all of the products herself.
The Gannys have been able to buy a few items through the site, including an eye cream that costs $14.99 and a mascara that costs just $14 at the moment.
They’ve also been able with the help of a referral program that has helped her pay for a large number of cosmetics products, as well as a free sample of L’Occitane cosmetics, which is sold by Ulta and other retailers.
But the beauty brands that have been successful in attracting the young, female demographic have also found success with a more mainstream audience.
They include L’Oréal Cosmetics and Cliniques, both of which have a huge presence on television, and now have their own stores in malls.
And they’ve also had a few major endorsements from brands like Urban Decay and NARS.
“They’re doing well with kids, which we’re all aware of, but I think they’re also doing well because the millennial generation, which includes all the kids, is really into it,” Gannon said.
“The more that you can bring that into the realm of a product, the better.”
In fact, Gannon says she’s heard from some of her clients that they have found the products they want to use to be cheaper than their regular makeup.
It is, in fact, the reason why she started The Gankin’s Beauty Shop in 2015, in the hopes that her products would be more accessible to the younger generation.
Gannon says that her hope is that young people will be able to have more choices in their cosmetics and makeup.
She also hopes that their purchase will help bring more people into the cosmetic industry.
“We’re trying to bring in more young people who might not be used to the products that are available to them,” she told ABC News.
“That is the key to us: bringing in people who aren’t used to it.
We’re trying our best to bring them into the industry and hopefully they’ll become more educated about it and become more comfortable with it.”