A British beauty education company, Huda Beauty, is looking to take over beauty and fashion for the world.
The company’s founder, Charlotte Jones, said: “There’s an obsession with beauty and the idea that you’re not supposed to be beautiful.”
Beauty and fashion are now seen as separate and distinct.
I don’t want to see them separate.
“The business model Huda, based in Liverpool, was set up to help women become more attractive to men by giving them a more accessible way to pursue their beauty dreams.
Its beauty school offers a range of courses, including hair and makeup tutorials and an annual beauty pageant, which is a huge success.
A spokesman said: ‘Our business model has been proven to be the most successful in the UK and we have the best quality students, the highest standard of teachers, and a reputation for providing a world-class learning environment for women of all ages.’
The programme will provide an opportunity for women from all walks of life to achieve their beauty goals and gain confidence and confidence to get out there and be beautiful.’
Huda is the latest company to emerge from a closed-door business model, which has also emerged from the internet.
It is believed the online beauty business, which aims to provide ‘unmatched’ beauty advice, was created by the founder of the UK’s most successful internet dating site, Tinder.
Tinder is currently in talks to buy its parent company, Snap Inc, after a year-long bidding war.
Its founder and CEO, Joe Lacroix, told the BBC in May: ‘We are trying to create a platform for people who want to do the best they can in their lives.’
I think what we’re trying to do is create a place for people to come together and have that conversation, not to compete.’
Hudab is a subsidiary of the beauty and body care giant, L’Oreal, which also owns a range