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The 5 Beauty Apps (And Sites!) That Make Looking Good Easy.

Beautiq is where beauty comes to you. Get everything from color, waxing and extensions in the comfort of your home. With services starting at $30 and up, it’s an accessible luxury for every beauties’ wallet


With Pretty In My Pocket you can scan barcodes on products and see what people are saying about them. You can also review your faves and get connected with other product-lovers in your network:

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Modiface, virtual makeover was made for professionals. Just upload your headshot and the app allows you to precisely apply your makeup. After you’re done, choose what looks you like and the app will direct you to where you can find your favorite products.


Byrdie is THE beauty site that goes perfectly with your cup of coffee in the morning. Excellent for inspiration and information on trends and ancient techniques.


Perfect 365 is your beauty go-to when you want  to fake it till you make it. Upload your photo and use Perfect 355 to get rid of dark circles, lengthen your lashes, and adjust color tones.


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The 3D Printed Makeup Revolution


Last May, 2014 Harvard MBA candidate, Grace Choi shook up both the beauty and 3D printed world with her innovation; 3D Printed Makeup. We’re printing shoes, cameras, swanky espresso cups, but makeup? No one had figured that out. Choi took the stage at the Tech Crunch Disrupt and announced the beauty industry is charging us consumers millions of dollars for what the tech community can provide for free. She proposed an alternative to pricey manufacturing, environmental pollution, and consumer cost by creating her own 3D printer called, ‘Mink’. Retailing at $300, Mink allows us to forever paint our faces by copying the color codes we see online and in person, enabling us to produce our own beauty arsenal. According to Choi, the technology she invented doesn’t only unlock images, it unlocks pixels, so we’re going to live in a world where we can snap a picture of our friend’s lipstick and be able to create the color.

Behold, Grace Choi’s Tech Crunch speech below. The Q&A portion at the end is especially intriguing. Choi handles questions from technology leaders, men twice her age, with poise and intelligence. One asked why Choi would choose to target 13-20 year-old females when she should be marketing to ‘influencers’. Her response, was that if her product is as life changing as she feels it is, it will fast become an integral part of young women’s day-to-day. Hence, the ‘influencers’ will flock.


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Recruiters Reveal

Laura’s back with the newest segment of Recruiters Reveal: Nailing Your Interview!

“Make sure to ask qualified questions to show that you’ve done your background research.”

Laura gives us the important information on everything from preparation to follow-through.

As always, please leave comments and questions for Laura below so she can address them in the next video!

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Skillsets & Cultural Fit

Michael, a marketer in the Beauty world, discusses why he felt more comfortable making his next career move after partnering with 24 Seven.

There are certain skillsets specific to the Beauty industry. Michael was able to work closely with 24 Seven to match those skillsets to companies with talent needs.

For more information on making the RIGHT career move, check out this video – or one of our others!

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Hottest Beauty Jobs

The hottest Beauty Jobs that our expert recruiters are currently seeing are:

  1. Field Sales and Merchandising
  2. Packaging / Design / Visual Merchandising
  3. Store Design
  4. Ecommerce
  5. Digital Marketing

Looking for a new position? Check out Talentline to tune up on your skills.

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