By Angelica Smith | 04/16/2018 04:24:53 The beauty salon industry has been in a slump for years, as the trend toward more niche and less traditional beauty services has pushed consumers toward more mainstream and high-end services.
But that trend is turning into a full-blown craze as a growing number of new beauty businesses are turning to the internet for customer service, which is seen as a potential way to increase sales.
“We are a community of people who love the art of makeup,” said Ashley Lee, CEO of Ashley Lee Beauty and Beauty Salon, which operates a boutique in New York City.
“When you are selling makeup, it’s not just about what you have on your face, it is about your style.
We cater to both.”
The growth of beauty salons in the U.S. has been spurred by a new generation of millennials who want to wear makeup, but aren’t always able to find it in a store.
They are turning instead to online services such as Beauty Republic, which allows users to buy makeup online and receive it on-site.
Beauty Republic is a popular choice for millennials looking for affordable and affordable-quality products.
The company’s online store, which opened in 2016, has nearly 3 million customers, according to the company’s website.
The majority of its customers are women ages 18 to 35.
The online store is a great option for young women, said Kelly Kasten, who manages Beauty Republic’s sales, marketing and operations.
They can buy in-person at a low price and have the option to receive products on site, she said.
Beauty Republic’s beauty products range from foundation to concealers and skincare to make-up.
It also sells an array of products on its website for sale at a lower price, including a wide range of foundation, concealers, lipsticks, lip tint, mascara and skintones, among other items.
“They’re going to see us as a gateway to makeup and cosmetics,” said Kastent.
“It’s going to be an easier transition.”
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