The new beauty platform called ValentinoBeautyPure.com is launching today, with the aim of launching its first subscription service in April, with an upfront price of $9.99.
In a post on the company’s blog, Valentino’s founders said that they hope the launch of the service will give more customers access to high-quality beauty products at a competitive price.
The company’s founder, Jörg Schmitz, also said that the platform will offer “the most attractive beauty products in the world”.
It will be the first time that the company has launched a subscription service at a time when Beautyworld is struggling.
The new platform will be available for people aged between 18 and 40.
The idea of creating a platform for subscription-only beauty products is a popular one, as it provides a way for customers to access products at lower prices than a traditional retail store.
Beautyworld, which also offers online shopping, was one of the last big online retailers to offer a subscription model in 2017, but the market has been slow to adapt.
“Our goal is to help the beauty industry in this transition to the free market,” the Valentino founders wrote.
The platform will have a handful of products that are exclusive to its membership, including its beauty collection, a range of skincare and hair products and its fragrance.
The founders of Valentino have also hinted that they will be looking to offer more subscription options, and are open to other brands joining the service.
Valentino has a very loyal customer base and is known for offering premium beauty products, with a number of popular brands including L’Oreal, Givenchy, Sephora and L’Oréal among others. “
We want to make sure that this subscription model is not just a niche, but becomes a standard.”
Valentino has a very loyal customer base and is known for offering premium beauty products, with a number of popular brands including L’Oreal, Givenchy, Sephora and L’Oréal among others.
It also offers a number in-store and online promotions, including one-hour haircuts and manicures.
The brand’s subscription service is the latest in a string of online beauty offerings, with more to come, including a range to be launched in April.
Beauty World has been running its online shop for five years, but has struggled in the online beauty market in recent years due to low subscription rates.
In 2017, Beautyworld shut down its online store in the wake of declining sales.
In 2016, BeautyWorld also announced that it would be shutting down its website and closing its social media accounts in the coming months.
A report published by Forbes this week said that online beauty sales have declined from $1.4 billion in 2017 to $1 billion in 2019.